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The Silent Partner: Commercial Development Authority board responsible for Oxford’s growth [LINK/Lead]

Posted on: February 2, 2010

Anniston Star – The Silent Partner Commercial Development Authority board responsible for Oxford s growth

This series is an in-depth look at how the CDA helped grow the O, and how its board has multiple connections to Oxford Mayor Leon Smith.

OXFORD — Five years ago, there was little but an overgrown wooded area south of Interstate 20’s exit 188.

Today the once-empty space is dominated by the city’s new economic engine, the Oxford Exchange, with its rows of name-brand, big-box retailers and parking lots full of cars driven by shoppers whose money fills the city’s swelling coffers.

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