AG Releases Ohio Economic Development Manual; OEDA Proud Partner in Effort
Ohio Attorney General.
In conjunction with OEDA and economic development professionals from across the state, the Office of the Attorney General has created the Ohio Economic Development Manual to help current and prospective businesses, local governments, and economic development practitioners better understand the legal landscape of economic development in Ohio.
The guide is a unique and valuable resource for questions about the legal framework for economic development in Ohio.
Click HERE for more information and to download the most current version of the manual.
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Maybe it is a silly question since the ink on the IRS regulations are not dry nor are the even written in ink but economic development, elected officials and real estate developers are asking the question—is our region already behind in attracting capital for Opportunity Zones? The answer to four questions determines if your region is behind in this critical economic development opportunity.read more
The Uptown Consortium enlisted Sasaki, a global planning and design firm, to complete the master plan for the Uptown Innovation Corridor in Cincinnati. Bringing a broad, comprehensive vision to the table, the firm is working to articulate a thoughtful implementation framework that balances land use, urban design, placemaking and real estate strategies. The result is an execution roadmap to create a world-class urban district.read more