Clarion County commissioners on Tuesday executed a lease with Moore-Goble Partnership for new office space at the Applewood Center on Second Avenue in Clarion Borough.
The new home of the Penn State Cooperative Extension service will cost the county $1,669.50 a month. The three-year lease takes effect Jan.1.
“Part of our conversation with them is that we want them to get more involved by doing outreach so people will know what programs they have,” Commissioner Wayne Brosius said. “They could do a monthly press release so people know what they are working on.”
“We want them to become involved with economic development,” said Tharan. “Farming is economic development.”