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Out of concern for the health and safety of our staff and partner organizations, East Central’s office will be temporarily closed to the public until further notice to do our part in helping to minimize the spread of COVID-19. Our staff will be working virtually and will return your calls and emails as soon as possible. Please watch our website and Facebook page for updates. Please stay safe and healthy and thank you for your understanding!
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In working with WEDC, UW Oshkosh Center for Customized Research & Services, the New North, and our organization, we ask you to take this survey by April 6 which will be used to measure the economic loss and to assist in future recovery efforts, as this COVID-19 pandemic plays out across Wisconsin. We thank UW-OshkoshContinue Reading
In response to COVID-19 and its impact on businesses and communities we have started a webpage, https://www.ecwrpc.org/programs/economic-development-housing/covid-19-economic-development-resources/, with links to economic development related funding opportunities and resources. We will update the page as additional information becomes available. Please help us improve this page by sharing information with Tom Baron, Principal Economic Development Planner, email@example.com.
This invite‐only event seeks to improve our region’s ability to accommodate the current and future needs for affordable housing through increased dialogue and information sharing between communities and land development/realty/homebuilding stakeholders within the East Central Region. 2017 Wisconsin Act 243 created two new reporting mandates for villages and cities over 10,000 in population. A HousingContinue Reading
12 communities within the East Central Region elected to contract with the East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission to prepare housing fee reports. As such, a Housing Report Advisory Team was created so that input and feedback from all communities could be considered as the reports were prepared. Communities electing to participate in the regionalContinue Reading