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  1. #1
    Nov 2008
    Concord, OH 44077

    Ohio township growth initiatives

    Hi. My name is Robin. I own a business in Concord Twp., Lake County in the Grist Mill Village district. I am Chairman of the Board for the Concord Leroy Chamber of Commerce. Growth is happening and we are looking to act as a catylist for change up in the Chamber of Commerce model as well as responsible development for Concord and LeRoy.

    Anyone out there interested or involved? I'd like a fresh view point.

    Thank you. I admit to not understanding what a thread post is!

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    Cyburbian Cardinal's avatar
    Aug 2001
    The Cheese State
    It is good to hear that a Chamber is wanting to play a leadership role in promoting change within a community. There are plenty of precedents for this. Daniel Burnham's famous plan for the City of Chicago was sponsored by a business association. You will find that most of us are directly involved in planning, economic development, and related fields. If you are a little more specific in the kind of information you want to find, I think you will find this a very helpful site.
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    Moderator note:
    Welcome to Cyburbia, Robin. Cyburbia isn't a blog -- it's a forum or message board. You post a message in a thread and then other members respond to your message. I've edited the thread title to be a little less specific -- a broader title is more likely to garner responses. I think Cardinal's response sums it up very well -- what types of information would be helpful?
    Batter up!

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