Economic Development and Developers in the News #100
Econ dev news from 45 economic development executives and organizations in 19 states and Canada.
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Governor Kay Ivey announced that Sunbelt Solomon Services, one of the world’s largest providers of commercial and industrial electrical distribution equipment, plans to open a $5 million facility in Coffee County to repair and recycle electrical transformers. (Greg Canfield, Secretary of the Alabama Department of Commerce; Jesse Quillen, Executive Director, Wiregrass Economic Development Corp.)
Dayna Spiring is stepping down as the president and CEO of Economic Development Winnipeg.
The Town of Innisfil is embarking on the development of a new three-year Economic Development Strategic Plan to guide the future direction of economic development programming, services and priorities. (Laura Thompson, Manager of Economic Development, Peterborough & the Kawarthas Economic Development)