Newsletter Archives

In this issue: Lake County communities receive grant for lakefront connectivity plan; Sustainable development pays; Signs of recovery in 2014 kindle hope; Ohio farm income rises, acres stable…

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In this issue: Update on GDP; Building offshore wind industry in Lake Erie; ATTENTION L.C. AGRI-BUSINESSES; A Degree Isn’t Enough; Eight Domains of Livability…

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Manufacturing in the US Alive and Well; Local Weatherhead 100 Winners; Improving Worker Wellness; Auburn Career Students Build Green Home; More Workers Needed to Fill Jobs; Nonprofits and Taxes; America’s Aging Population…

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Two Year Degrees Can be Lucrative; What’s a Tree Worth; Northeast Ohio Experiencing Burst in High-tech Job Growth; A Pleasant Surprise; Angel Investors Connect Entrepreneurs to Start Businesses

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Study foresees lack of qualified workers; the top 10 most difficult jobs to fill in the U.S.; the maze of regional economic development organizations and more…

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Diagnosing & looking for solutions

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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  • 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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  • May 13 Luncheon Meeting
    Please join us for our monthly luncheon at Hellriegel's Inn in Painesville from 11:30–1pm, "Shaking Up and Shaping Up Lake Counties Economic Future." Guest presenter is Jessica Baginski from Leadership Lake County. Registration is open (as always only $20 for a nice lunch, engaging speaker and dialogue on important economic issues facing our community, and purposeful networking). Registration...
     
    TRUSTEES MEETING
    Thursday, April 21 at 8:00a.m., First Merit Reynolds Road