economic development

Mubea
11:48 am
Fri October 25, 2013

Mubea opens new facility in Northern Kentucky

Governor Beshear and other officials cut the ribbon for Mubea's new facility.
Kentucky Office of Creative Services

Automotive supplier Mubea  cut the ribbon on its new manufacturing facility in Boone County today.  The  $60 million investment will lead to the creation of about 150 jobs. 

Governor Steve Beshear and Northern Kentucky officials joined the company and its employees for the ceremony.

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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Wed October 23, 2013

What Cincinnati can Learn from Detroit

Sean Rhiney
Xavier University

Other than our former police chief, what does Detroit have that we don’t have? A group of Cincinnati leaders traveled to Detroit to get ideas from the city determined to pull itself up and out of bankruptcy. Sean Rhiney, director of The Eigel Center for Community-Engaged Learning at Xavier University, was part of the expedition and wrote about it for Soapbox Cincinnati.

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Economic development
1:54 pm
Tue October 8, 2013

Cincinnati Council to vote on Pure Romance deal

Cincinnati is offering Pure Romance more than $850,000 in tax credits to move its company headquarters from Loveland to Downtown.  

City Council will vote on the deal Wednesday.

In return the city will get nearly $3.4 million in payroll taxes during the 10 year deal.  Pure Romance will bring 88 jobs to the old Delta building at the corner of Plum and Seventh Streets.  That number will likely increase to 126 employees in about three years.

Interim Economic Development Director Jeff McElravy presented the details Tuesday to a Council committee.

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Economic development
12:51 pm
Wed June 26, 2013

Cincinnati losing Econ Devp director

Cincinnati's economic development director is leaving for a job in Detroit.  

Odis Jones' last day will be July 12th.   He’s accepted a position with the Detroit Public Lighting Authority.

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Downtown development
4:52 pm
Mon June 10, 2013

Cincinnati Council to vote on financing for 4th & Race project

Cincinnati Council could vote this week on an alternate financing plan to redevelop the old Pogue’s garage at the corner of Fourth and Race downtown.

Developer David Flaherty, who’s company is planning the project, told city council’s budget and finance committee it would do several things.

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