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The company behind the project Moraine and Montgomery County officials code-named “Project Crispy” is no longer a secret. Massillon-based Shearer’s Foods, LLC, is “seeking a tax credit to begin operations in Moraine” according to an Ohio Tax Credit Authority meeting agenda, in “what could be a $106 million project,” the Dayton ...

The City of Delaware has appointed Topeka, Kansas native Nic Langford as its new economic development director, replacing Sean Hughes, who left the position in December to become Powell’s first economic development administrator, Columbus Business First reports. Delaware City Manager Tom Homan “said he was impressed with ...

A newly designated economic development region, Lake to River Economic Development, will benefit not only its four member counties, but the state as a whole, Governor Mike DeWine said in an exclusive interview with the The Business Journal Daily. Ashtabula, Columbiana, Mahoning, and Trumbull counties were previously included in the Team NEO ...

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, along with Lt. Governor Jon Husted and Ohio Department of Development Director Lydia Mihalik, recently announced a $152 million investment in projects “to transform communities along Ohio’s Appalachian waterfront,” according to a news release from the governor’s office. The regional nonprofit Ohio ...

The City of Middletown, the Warren County Port Authority, and Woodard Development are working together on a transformational development in Middletown’s East End, the Journal-News reports. The planned $200 million Renaissance Arena project “would attract full-service, high-end hotels, premium and fast-food restaurants, townhomes ...

Many months of hard work, planning, and collaboration among various partners have been rewarded this spring as the DeWine Administration announced the results of the long-anticipated Appalachian Community Grant (ACG) Program.

Cleveland City Council recently approved Mayor Justin Bibb’s “plan to create a special downtown taxing district to pay for an overhaul of the city center and the Lake Erie and Cuyahoga River waterfronts,” Cleveland.com reports. The “Shore-to-Core-to-Shore” tax increment financing (TIF) district is expected to generate an estimated ...

Dublin-based Crawford Hoying and Dayton-based Woodard Development are seeking funding to complete “[o]ne of the largest development projects in downtown Dayton,” the $88 million transformation of the former Mendelson liquidation outlet “into a mixed-use economic driver in the city” called The Delco, the Dayton Business Journal

Site preparation will soon begin for a new multimillion-dollar mixed-use development on Pike Street in Marietta, bringing temporary construction jobs and 50–70 permanent jobs, the Marietta Times reports.

A federal grant “of up to $500 million” was awarded to the Middletown Works steel plant “to replace its coal-burning blast furnace with a hybrid unit that burns hydrogen and natural gas” in a project that “is expected to create 1,200 construction jobs and dramatically reduce carbon emissions,” WCPO.com reports.

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