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By WILLIAM LANEY, Managing Editor, Wapakoneta Daily News - The economic development gun is loaded with potential projects, a Wapakoneta business leader says, but site selection consultants and company executives are cautious to pull the trigger in light of current economic conditions.
By WILLIAM LANEY, Managing Editor, Wapakoneta Daily News
Helping individuals and business executives with economic development strategies is a responsibility of the Wapakoneta Area Economic Development Council (WAEDC), but the private business board also can help financially.
WAEDC Executive Director Greg Myers said he also can assist entrepreneurs and business executives with new and expanding business ventures through the city’s revolving loan fund (RLF) option.
The Wapakoneta Area Economic Development Council (WAEDC) announced today the resignation of Assistant Director Erin Hollenbacher. Hollenbacher has served as assistant director of the local economic development agency since March 2008. She and her family will be relocating to the Columbus area. A search for her replacement will begin immediately.
By William Laney, Managing Editor, Wapakoneta Daily News
Wapakoneta's status as being one of the first state-certified Job Ready Sites and with continued growth in the city's Revolving Loan Fund serving as indications of progress made by the Wapakoneta Area Economic Development Council (WAEDC) this past year, two city-elected officials say they have adequate reasons for the city to continue its level of funding for the organization.
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By William Laney, Managing Editor, Wapakoneta Daily News With a Wapakoneta manufacturing site moving toward Ohio Job Ready Sites certification, members of the Wapakoneta Area Economic Development Council (WAEDC) are considering ways to market the community to potential end-users.