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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  • UPCOMING MONTHLY MEETING

    Our next regular luncheon meeting is Sept. 11 at Hellriegel's Inn in Painesville. Superintendent Margaret Lynch of Auburn Career Center will present an update on the Center. Registration

    TRUSTEES MEETING

    Sept. 17, 8 a.m., FirstMerit board room.