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November 26th, 2003

Task force thinking high tech

Abstract:
Think of the most tech-heavy areas of the country, and what immediately comes to mind? Silicon Valley in northern California would likely top the list, followed by North Carolina's Research Triangle. Maybe Seattle or Austin, Texas. St. Joseph County is not a major player in the realm of technology, but a group of local government representatives, business leaders and educators known as the Technology Taskforce of St. Joseph County is working to change that.

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