Stay Informed on News and Policy
The Greater Cleveland Partnership Board of Directors has voted unanimously to support the Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) levy (Issue 6) and the Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) levy (Issue 4), which will be on the November ballot.
The resolution, which was passed at the Board’s quarterly meeting last week, also approves a joint GCP/COSE contribution of $25,000 to the CMSD levy campaign and providing staff support to assist with fund raising and shaping campaign messaging.
The Tri-C levy is a renewal with a 0.9 millage increase, which translates into an additional $2.63 per month for a taxpayer with a home valued at $100,000. The CMSD capital levy, if approved, is a renewal levy with no tax increase.
The Greater Cleveland Partnership Business Development Team, in collaboration with the City of Cleveland and OhioMeansJobs Cleveland-Cuyahoga County, assisted Inforce Technologies, LLC, a system integration and technology consulting firm for the insurance industry, with its headquarters expansion and relocation from Garfield Heights to Idea Center in PlayhouseSquare.
The collaborative effort helped Inforce’s leadership identify and secure government incentives to support its expansion project.
Greater Cleveland Partnership Board member Bernie Moreno, president of The Collection Auto Group, is the new chair of GCP’s Middle Market Committee (MMC).
The committee works with GCP staff to provide executive oversight for the organization’s ongoing Middle-Market Initiative. In this role, the MMC serves as a leading and trusted resource for Northeast Ohio middle-market companies by focusing on issues they face and offering solutions to their unmet needs.
Topics discussed in this month’s interview with Bill Wills on WTAM's "Wills and Snyder" include getting ready for the 2016 RNC; development projects continue to fuel downtown Cleveland's renaissance and Cuyahoga Community College and Cleveland Metropolitan School District levies on the November ballot.
Click to listen.
The 2014 Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing, privately held companies includes several Greater Cleveland Partnership members.
Click to find out who they are.