Phoenix economic development director updates on new projects, jobs

By Allison Brown | Foothills Focus

Christine Mackay, Phoenix community and economic development director, presented an economic forecast for 2022 as well as an update about ongoing projects at the Jan. 14 Daisy Mountain town hall meeting.

The recurring theme throughout Mackay’s presentation was that while the pandemic may have stalled things, it certainly did not stop the inevitable growth and development of the city.

Phoenix is starting to return to a pre-pandemic status, but businesses, employers and employees have learned to adapt, creating a much different work environment.

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