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By Jeffrey Alexander Jeffrey Alexander at 12:00 AM PDT, Mon Jun 29, 2015

Recently, SRI issued its final report of economic recommendations for Monterey County, California. The report captured several months of work by SRI’s Center for Science, Technology and Economic Development in collaboration with the county’s Economic Development Department—to drive sustainable economic in the region.

We are pleased that the county is now looking at how to implement SRI’s findings, and a blue ribbon panel of county leaders is forming working...

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