Discussions about Affordable Housing Tax Credit (HB3) Begin
While House Bill 3 doesn’t yet contain specific provisions or language, legislators in the Ohio House have already begun debating its intent to authorize an affordable housing tax credit in the state.
The bill has been identified as a priority measure by Speaker Jason Stephens. One of the aims of the legislation is to address a major concern as it comes to economic development and employment in the state: namely, ensuring workers find Ohio to be an attractive, affordable place to live.
Workforce housing is critical to economic development, Ohio’s communities, and their residents. OEDA will continue to closely monitor HB 3 and keep members informed about this important issue.
Register Now for the 2023 Ohio Business Matchmaker
For a more than a decade, the Ohio Business Matchmaker has connected small businesses to government contracting opportunities. As one of the largest business to government matchmaking events in the state, businesses interested in working with the federal, state, or local government have the opportunity to meet with representatives to market and sell their goods and services.read more
Clinton County Port Authority Proud to be an SBDC Ambassador
The Clinton County Port Authority (CCPA) is proud to be one of 50 Ambassadors for the 2023 SBDC Day on March 15, 2023. The day is a national, collective proclamation of the impact America’s Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs) have on the success of our nation’s dreamers, innovators, and doers – America’s small businesses.read more
Now’s the time to Tune up your BRE Program and Take advantage of Early Bird Discounts
OEDI’s Business Retention & Expansion (BRE) Course is taking place May 25 – 26, in Dublin, Ohio. The course is an intensive two-day in person course that focuses on how economic developers work with companies to help them succeed, grow and expand in their community.read more