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Revitalization Committee


2nd Thursday of every month, 6:00 p.m.

Jackson Council Chambers.

The public is welcome (and encouraged) to attend.

 The Jackson Revitalization Committee (JRC) evolved from an economic development workshop the City Council conducted in January 2008 and a group of citizens interested in pursuing the implementation of ideas spawned from this workshop. The JRC’s mission is to organize a group of persons interested in revitalizing the City of Jackson; recruiting and retaining new businesses and industries; sustaining a growing economy; thus enriching the lives and experiences of Jackson property owners, merchants, residents and tourists.

Jackson Business Planner Guide Available (Click Here).The Jackson Revitalization Committee has produced a new information resource to help recruit business into Jackson. The guide includes information about how to start a business in Jackson, key contact information for government and services necessary to get started, as well as a map and demographics for the area. Click on the title link or check out the Revitalization Committee page for more information.

Committee Members:

City Council Members: Connie Gonsalves & Wayne Garibaldi
Merchants: Duane LaMoureaux
Property Owners: Kelle Davenport & Stanley Lukowicz
JBCA Member: Aaron May
Resident: Richard Hoffman
Members-at-Large: Gary Little, Mark HIrschel & Sally Bligh
County Liaison: John Plasse


Looking for commercial property in Jackson? Click here for a listing of available property and contact information. Listings are free, so if you have a vacant building you would like added to this list, please e-mail it to the Revitalization Committee.