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The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford, City of Milford Mayor Archie Campbell, City of Milford Manager Eric Norenberg, CCGM President Darel LaPrade, CCGM Secretary Jennifer Jurczak, Board Member Jesse Riggin, Ambassadors Barbara Steele and Robert Ongaco, Owners Dana Wattay and Adam Wattay, employees, friends and family recently celebrated a Ribbon Cutting/Grand Opening Celebration for Wattay Accounting. They are located at 258 S. Walnut Street, in Milford.

 

 

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