Walton County putting Mossy Head Industrial Park land out for bids

Luna Ruth

DeFUNIAK SPRINGS — With three bids already in hand for tracts at the Mossy Head Industrial Park between Interstate 10 and U.S. Highway 90 west of DeFuniak Springs, Walton County commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to put the acreage back out for new bids.

The decision came after Bill Imfeld, executive director of the Walton County Economic Development Alliance (WCEDA), asked commissioners for direction on handling the three in-hand offers.

The WCEDA, a nonprofit business organization formed in the 1990s, is not part of the county government. It is overseen by a board comprised of representatives of the commission, educational administrators, utility providers, business owners and local mayors.

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