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For more information regarding Commercial & Industrial Properties in Jackson, contact our Economic Development Director: Richard T. (Tucson) Roberts, Director for Clarke County Mobile: (334) 333-0964
Tucson Roberts has practiced economic development for over 35-years in Alabama, Mississippi and Florida. His economic development career began when Craig Air Force base closed in 1979. He became the first executive director of newly-formed Craig Field Airport and Industrial Authority near Selma, Alabama that included an operating airport, housing, utility department and industrial park. Since that time, he has managed local-economic development organizations in Scottsboro, Dothan and Andalusia, Alabama as well as Meridian, Mississippi. He has extensive experience in both industry and retail recruiting and workforce development.
He is perhaps best known for his successes in airport and industrial and recruiting. He has recruited numerous aerospace and industrial companies, managed an airport and served for two-years as Dean of the Alabama Aviation Center (AAC) in Ozark, Alabama. The State of Alabama’s aviation school (AAC) specialized in the training of FAA certified aviation airframe and power plant mechanics and technicians. He currently serves as President of Tucson Atlantic Consulting. His recent consulting activities include: Technical assistance to communities, community assessments, aviation assessments, strategic plans as well as industry and retail recruitment. Recent projects since 2013 ,include:
Technical Assistance (Ongoing):
Assessments, Strategies and Marketing Plans:
Professionally, he has served as:
He earned two Masters Degrees and an Urban and Regional Planning Certificate from the University of Alabama. He and his wife, Kathy, currently reside in Point Clear, Alabama.