EDA board seeks input from Highland’s remote workers


MONTEREY — The Highland County Economic Development Authority is looking for people who are currently or have previously worked remotely from Highland. Their feedback is sought as the EDA begins a pilot program to promote Highland as a remote work location. Representatives from Main Street America are coming to Monterey on May 25, and the EDA would like to have residents engaged in remote work attend a working lunch that day.
“We want to get their feedback on what Highland offers,” said EDA memb...

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