Workshop focuses on challenges ahead in lithium development

Imperial County Supervisor Ryan Kelley talks about what next steps need to be taken to make the county the capitol for lithium. PHOTO MICHAEL MARESH

EL CENTRO — “Lithium Valley,” as its supporters envision it, still has a long way to go.

That much was evident during a workshop involving officials, administrators and stakeholders Tuesday afternoon at the County Administration Building. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss resource development, county infrastructure and community interests. A similar meeting was held last month.

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