The Southland Development Authority (SDA), a new vehicle designed to grow the economy in the South Suburbs, officially launched on Wednesday, Nov. 13. SDA is a next-generation economic development initiative designed to promote the large scale investments needed to propel the region forward. It is the result of work done by the South Suburban Economic Growth Initiative (SSEGI), a community-based group of leaders who have been supported by Cook County, the South Suburban Mayors and Managers Association (SSMMA) and other civic and philanthropic partners.The SDA is modeled after several new organizations that have emerged across . . .
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