Land Bank Releases RFP for Redevelopment of Two Historic Skyscrapers in Downtown Toledo

The Lucas County Land Bank is pleased to release Phase 1 of a two-phase Request for Proposals to interested developers for the Four Corners Project.

The Land Bank and its partners, the City of Toledo, the Board of Lucas County Commissioners, the Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority, and ConnecToledo, desire the Four Corners Project to be a signature urban real estate redevelopment project that returns population density to this key junction of downtown Toledo, enhances the street level vibrancy at the corner of Madison Avenue and Huron Street, and catalyzes additional inclusive economic development in the surrounding area. We believe that this vision will only happen through a creative public-private partnership, and in that spirit, we look forward to working with interested developers to identify and support a future for these important buildings.

Economic Development Specialist III – Montgomery County

Advanced professional level in the community & economic development occupation under general supervision of the Economic Development Manager requiring considerable knowledge of the rules, methods and requirements of community/economic development planning and development programs and services in order to create/operate multi-jurisdictional development programs and projects and to provide the planning, analysis and support services needed to promote economic development opportunities in Montgomery County. The CED Specialist III will also manage the paperwork and processes connected with several programs, as well as assist with social media and communications.

Community Development Specialist I/II – Montgomery County

Community Development Specialist I:
Basic professional level in community and economic development occupation under general supervision requiring working knowledge of community planning &/or development in order to oversee projects awarded to political jurisdictions having internal staff and assists in the planning and administration of projects funded by Montgomery County. 

Community Development Specialist II:
Specialized professional level in community & economic development occupation under general supervision of CED Operations Manager and/or the Economic Development and Planning Manager requiring considerable knowledge of advanced federal policies and rules and the methods and requirements of community/economic development planning and development programs and services in order to administer complex assignments and perform coordination, planning and analysis, and administration of projects funded by Montgomery County as outlined in rank 1 job duties 50% of the time and also must perform rank 2 and rank 3 job duties.

RFP by Eastgate Regional Council of Governments for an Engineering Analysis

The Eastgate Region consisting of Ashtabula, Mahoning, and Trumbull Counties (“Eastgate”), along with Columbiana County (collectively the “Counties”) is home to over 620,000 people of which over 112,157 do not have internet access.

Given the importance of digital equity and a commitment to eliminating the digital divide in the region, the Eastgate Regional Council of Governments issued a Request for Proposals in September 2020, seeking the services of a consultant or firm to perform a Regional Broadband Feasibility Study (the “Feasibility Study”) focused on providing enhanced and reliable internet service to rural areas lacking appropriate coverage, as well as urban centers that require increased speed and access.

Economic Development Director – Clinton County Port Authority

Individual serves as an action-oriented project professional who works to proactively identify, initiate and execute economic development opportunities for existing and prospective businesses in Clinton County. The individual shall report to the Executive
Director and work closely with other staff members of the Clinton County Port Authority, as well as other economic development/community development agencies and units of government within Clinton County, the Dayton Region, and the State of Ohio.