Grandview Heights creating its first economic development strategic plan

The City of Grandview Heights has “started a process to create its first comprehensive economic-development strategic plan” that will help prepare the city for the post-pandemic landscape as well as long-term development, The Columbus Dispatch reports. Mayor Greta Kearns said while the city “was struggling through financial difficulties” when the Grandview Yard project began 11 years ago, the success of that development “has put the city in a position to be able to think long-term about economic development,” according to the article. The strategic plan will “help guide city leaders in making the right decisions regarding economic development in coming decades,” Ryan Edwards, chair of the city council’s economic development committee, said. For more, read the full article.

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