Hardin County could have its own economic development director in place as soon as Wednesday, after the county supervisors decided to make an offer to their top choice.

During a short meeting Monday afternoon, the supervisors authorized board chair Renee McClellan to offer the economic development director position to "candidate 1" under terms discussed during that individual's interview.

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