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New legislation supports Ohio's aerospace and aviation assets
In this week’s “GCP Insight” video, Marty McGann, the Greater Cleveland Partnership’s senior vice president of advocacy, discusses two pieces of legislation recently signed by Governor Kasich to support Ohio’s aerospace and aviation assets.
In an interview with Steve Luttner, vice president, Lesic and Camper, McGann provides an overview of the outcomes. Click to watch.
GCP Board Meeting highlights: New appointees, newly elected members recognized
Greater Cleveland Partnership Board Chair Beth Mooney announced at last week's Board meeting that Richard Chiricosta, president and CEO of Medical Mutual, has been appointed to the GCP Executive Committee.
Mooney also announced the appointment of Julie Boland, Cleveland office managing partner of Ernst and Young, as a member of the Class of 2015. Nine board members who were elected in March also were recognized.
Proposed EPA carbon regulations could undermine Ohio’s manufacturing resurgence
Click here to watch the latest segment in our “GCP Insight” video series and learn how proposed EPA carbon regulations could undermine manufacturing’s resurgence in our region and state as higher costs could negatively impact the competitiveness of Ohio manufacturers.
GCP Vice President of Government Advocacy Nick Gattozzi also discusses how GCP will speak out on behalf of the business community.
60 seconds with...Thomas A. Stewart, executive director, National Center for the Middle Market
Thomas A. Stewart, named executive director of the National Center for the Middle Market earlier this year, is an influential thought leader on global management issues and ideas: an internationally recognized editor and publisher, authority on intellectual capital and knowledge management, and a best-selling author.
He shared his thoughts with Every Monday on several topics including middle-market trends, opportunities and what business executives should be reading this summer.
CDA invests in catalytic University Circle/Hough neighborhood project
After years of collaborative efforts, The Finch Group has closed on financing for the first phase of The Preserve at Upper Chester in the Hough neighborhood, including a $3 million loan from Cleveland Development Advisors’ (CDA) Advance Cleveland Development Fund.
The $42 million project at the corner of Chester Avenue and East 97th Street will create 177 units of residential apartments and 23,000 square feet of retail space.