The Bradenton Central Community Redevelopment Agency (CCRA) seeks partnership with local pastors to help them plan economic and social development.
The plan is hoped to boost the community, and Bradenton pastors identify first-hand its communal concerns. The main objective is to be proactive and inform pastors of what the CCRA is doing in the area, and to know what the pastors think are the community's most pressing issues.
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Bradenton CCRA Teams Up with Pastors to Plan Economic and Social Development