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CEDC Journal2022-02-14T14:29:25-06:00

CEDC Journal

Housing Preservation

Dave Armstrong of Barron County Economic Development (via zoom), Aaron White with the City of Eau Claire Economic Development, and Charles Walker with Chippewa Economic Development hosted a Momentum West panel discussion. The discussion focused on possible community based solutions in housing and their importance to Business Expansion and Retention [...]

January 25th, 2023|

CEDC: A Resource

Throughout the Chippewa Valley there are various services for businesses to utilize that many may not know about. From startups to existing businesses facing challenges, don’t fret, there are resources available to you. The Chippewa Economic Development Corporation (CEDC) is one of those resources that provides business consulting, help with [...]

January 9th, 2023|

…and a Happy New Year!

Although you can reset at any time throughout the year, there is just something ideal about the first of the year to set goals and make plans. It is especially refreshing when the 1st lands in the beginning of the week. With a combination of a positive attitude and a [...]

December 30th, 2022|

Governor Approves Expansion for Stanley

The City of Stanley is on Santa’s nice list as Governor Tony Evers announced the State Building Commission approved a $16.5 million health building addition at the Stanley Correctional Institution. With funding finally approved after 3 years in the making, construction is expected to be completed in May of 2025. [...]

December 28th, 2022|

Happy Christmas!

Maggie will tell you that the first Christmas card ever published had contained the common holiday phrase “A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year”. Being a dog that loves Christmas she would also remind you that since the early 1500’s "Merry Christmas" has been the standard greeting during the [...]

December 22nd, 2022|

Chippewa Communities Benefit from Fiber-optic Broadband

Not everyone agrees with the phrase “build it and they will come,” but most people who work to grow the local economy agreed that health care, emergency services, educational institutions, and housing are all essential to attracting businesses and growing jobs in a community. Just as important as sewer, water, [...]

December 17th, 2022|

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