Harland Priddle, Haven, is resigning as the first and only executive director of the 10-year-old K-96 Corridor Development Association.
Priddle has Priddle and Associates, and KayLene Haug, Valley Center, was an associate and economic development specialist, assisting Priddle with K-96 work in recent years. She is slated to step into the role Priddle is leaving with the K-96 association.
The association has 54 members – cities, counties, economic development groups, businesses, utilities, banks and other entities….
[association president, Maize City Administrator Richard] LaMunyon said Priddle had said it was time to retire and spend more time with the family, and “a bit more time smelling the roses…”
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