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GLCEDC Newsletter – November 2020

Dear GLCEDC Members & Friends Recently, Wally’s in Pontiac held their grand opening and a Property Tax Abatement to Technical Metals was approved by the GLCEDC Board of Directors and the City of Fairbury in October. Also, the GLCEDC has been active in the community speaking at Rotary events in Dwight and Fairbury, to students …. […]

Adam Dontz Speaks to Dwight Rotary

Adam Dontz, CEO of Greater Livingston County Economic Development Council (GLCEDC), was the speaker at the October 7 Dwight Rotary Club meeting. [CLICK FOR REST OF DOCUMENT]

Pontiac Daily Leader – Wally’s 9.1.20

Wally’s to provide traveling experience It has been some time since the idea of a new place to stop for gasoline and sundry items was pitched to the City of Pontiac. It’s been a long enough time that a new mayor has taken over. [CLICK FOR REST OF DOCUMENT]

GLCEDC Newsletter – July 2020

Dear GLCEDC Members & Friends I hope this letter finds you as well as possible given the current circumstances due to COVID-19. The GLCEDC understands businesses need more support now than ever and we encourage you to call on us for help at anytime… [CLICK FOR REST OF DOCUMENT]

City of Pontiac Renews GLCEDC Membership 2.18.20

No longer is Bill Alvey to be referred to as “acting mayor” of Pontiac. Instead, he is the actual mayor. Alvey officially resigned his position as city alderman and acting mayor to become the official mayor at Monday’s city council meeting… [CLICK FOR REST OF DOCUMENT]

City of Fairbury Approves GLCEDC Membership 2.5.20

A cruise-in is coming to downtown Fairbury during the big Prairie Dirt Classic Weekend this summer.The Fair bury City Council approved a request from Doug Aaron Wednesday night to close part of east Locust Street on Saturday, Aug. 1 1 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Aaron appeared before the council and said others he […]

GLCEDC Newsletter – November 2019

Dear GLCEDC Members & Friends The GLCEDC has been active in the community, judging at the Pontiac Township High School Innovator’s Competition, and working to retain and attract businesses to the area. See our updates below for further details… [CLICK FOR REST OF DOCUMENT]

GLCEDC Newsletter – June 2019

Dear GLCEDC Members & Friends Summer is off to an eventful start at the GLCEDC. Over the last couple of months, the GLCEDC approved a $45,000 Economic Incentive Grant to Alloy Specialties in Blackstone. Also, the GLCEDC approved an $8,000 Community Enhancement and Economic Stimulus Grant for a joint program between Woodland High School and […]