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About The Wilcox County Industrial Development Authority
The Wilcox County Industrial Development Authority was organized in 2003 as a tax-exempt public authority under Section 11-92A-12, Code of Alabama, 1975. The Authority evolved from the Wilcox Development Council which directed both industrial development and tourism activities.
The Authority was formed to concentrate on industrial and economic development in order to create jobs for Wilcox County. The Wilcox County Industrial Development Authority is governed by a board of directors representing the Wilcox County Commission, Camden, Pine Hill, Pine Apple, Oak Hill, and Yellow Bluff (the five incorporated municipalities in Wilcox County), the Chairman of the Wilcox Area Chamber of Commerce and at-large members elected from the business community. In 2006, the Authority employed George Alford, Jr. to manage its operation and lead its economic development efforts.
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Governor Robert Bentley visits the Wilcox Area Chamber of Commerce's office to get feedback from Wilcox County local small businesses.
Gov. Bentley stopped by local restaurant Ms. Kitty's for a meet and greet lunch. He is pictured here with the WCHS Jr. ROTC and small business restaurant owners, Veronica and Larry Wilson.
Wilcox IDA Board Members
Floyd Harris, Chairman
Donny McLeod, Vice Chairman
Hal Huggins, Treasurer
A.L. Johnson, III
107 Broad Street
Camden, AL 36726
We have two industrial parks in Wilcox County. The Camden Industrial Park is an 85 acre park located on Hwy 28 with over 64 acres available for development. Water, gas,sewer,hi-voltage electricity and underground fiber optics cables are already in place. The Thomasville-West Wilcox Industrial Park located at 2285 Leroy Randolph Road in Pine Hill Alabama houses the Golden Dragon Copper Tubing plant. There are small adjacent tracts available for development. Water, sewer, gas and power are all available.