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September

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Turbo charge your innovation strategies

Time is running out! Register now for the Greater Cleveland Partnership Innovation Forum on Tuesday, October 8 from 2 to 5:30 p.m. at the GCP's offices.

This free event for GCP members is designed for middle-market C-suite executives and high-level managers searching for new skills to incite opportunity, advance new strategies, and lead new initiatives.

Our speakers include Gretchen Goffe, executive director of the Innovation Initiative at the Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University.

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GCP Board votes to endorse Health and Human Services Levy

The Greater Cleveland Partnership Board of Directors voted last week to endorse the Cuyahoga County Health and Human Services Levy (HHS) , which will be on the November ballot, and to provide $15,000 in support.

“This levy supports many critical health and human services activities that are critical to the well-being of our community including MetroHealth and services for seniors, children and families,” said GCP President and CEO Joe Roman. “This levy is important to our ability to take care of increasing needs.”

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Leaders endorse historic agreement promoting inclusion in construction projects

Ten private- and public-sector leaders, representing billions of dollars of current and future construction projects in the City of Cleveland, today endorsed key sections of the historic Community Benefits Agreement Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to make inclusion a priority in planning and developing projects.

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GCP advocacy efforts continue, as Congress returns from recess

Following the traditional August recess, Congress returns to Capitol Hill with a full agenda and a short legislative calendar. In regards to GCP priority items, expect to see the House introduce and move its version of the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA), called the Water Resources Reform and Development Act (WRRDA).

The Senate has already passed its version and awaits the House’s action to conference the likely differences that will emerge between the two bills.