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Date:9/19/2013

Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Council (MOVRC) has been selected to receive development funds from two different government agencies. Sen. Joe Manchin and Sen. Jay Rockefeller announced that the Economic Development Administration will provide $60,000 to the MOVRC to invest in job creation and economic development in the region. In addition, the U.S. Department of Agriculture is providing MOVRC with a $750,000 Intermediary Relending Program (IRP) loan. MOVRC will provide loans to public and nonprofit organizations to re-lend to business and community development projects. The MOVRC development district represents Calhoun, Jackson, Ritchie, Roane, Tyler, Wirt and Wood counties.

New mobile Software Tool Helps Match Properties with Business Needs
West Virginia’s state and local economic developers will soon have a new tool to help match property features with prospects’ requirements. The Economic Development Data Portal (EDDP) mobile tool sorts through a database of properties and identifies the sites that fit the company’s needs. Users can view customized maps on mobile devices such as an iPad. EDDP offers nine map views including aerial, street and imagery, as well as information on demographics, utilities and more than 100 additional Geographic Information Systems (GIS) information layers.

Representatives with the West Virginia Development Office (WVDO) began using the program the second quarter of 2013. The EDDP will be introduced during the West Virginia Economic Development Council on Sept. 24 and is expected to be available to all county economic development authorities by the end of the month. The EDDP was developed as a joint partnership with the Office of Coalfield Community Development, WVDO and the Rahall Transportation Institute.

Education Magazine Names WVSOM as “Great College to Work For” 2013
The West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine (WVSOM) has been selected as a “great college to work for,” according to a survey
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