Mayor Tim Neese discusses the RV industry and the future of the city
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Posted: May 23, 2018 6:02 PM EDT
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It is hard to imagine Elkhart County without the RV industry. More than 80-percent of the world's RVs are made in the county and the industry accounts for one out of every four jobs in the county.
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Elkhart Mayor Tim Neese discusses how the city is working to diversify the economy, the future growth of the River Park area and the biggest challenges the city faces in the next ten years.