News and Announcements Archives

Newsletter Archives

Welcome new members; Port Authority launches agricultural loan program; Nation’s infrastructure gets a D+ grade point average; Manufacturing in 3-D…

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Concord fastest growing community in Lake County 1970-2010; U.S. Latino population swells 47% in 11 years; Economic good news; Growing manufacturing…

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Airports on Borrowed Time; Economy Shows Modest Growth; Lake County Population Change 1970-2010; Lake Erie is second-most threatened of Great Lakes…

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Improving economy

Ohio Launches new program for Workforce Development; Greater Cleveland Market; Immigrants make a big impact on the U.S economy; How to Grow the Economy; The Importance of Infrastructure…

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workforce

Elections in Lake County and LCDC trustees; Gilsons establish nursery easement in North Perry Village; Ohio announces new farmland preservation program; Countrywide & Bank of America made bad mortgage loans; RE college degree enthusiam…

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December 2012 Newsletter: Marcellus Shale Reserves Larger Than Expected; Federal Dollars Helped Fuel Natural Gas Boom; The Columbus Comeback; Jobs Go Begging at U.S High-Tech Manufacturers; Posts Going Unfilled Positions, Qualifications not Matching…

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The End of the Suburban Shopping Mall; For middle class, a 20-year setback; VCs see much to like in Buckeye State; Regionalism & Cross-Border Collaboration…

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Follow the Money; The Big Shift; Lake County Population Dynamics; Declining Young Population; Record Low Growth in Outlying Suburbs; Manufacturing Expands Faster than Expected

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  • Lake County Development Council

    LCDCLCDC and its members constitute a significant part of what makes Lake County such a great place to live and do business.

    The Council seeks to enhance the quality of life in Lake County and stands to assist you and receive your input.

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  • UPCOMING

    Please join us for our Friday, November 14 luncheon meeting in at Dino's in Willoughby. Ronald M. Traub, Director of Economic & Community Development, City of Mentor is presenting. Info & registration...