Seven Signs Of A New Site Selection Reality
2 Mar 2022
As the world enters its third year of COVID-19, site selectors are doubling down on predictions they made a year ago. From reshoring and supply-chain tightening to remote working and worker shortages, site selectors are telling us that the trends exacerbated by the global pandemic will become even more pronounced in 2022.
When we surveyed national site selection consulting firms in November of 2020, the world had just entered its ninth month of the coronavirus pandemic. Site selectors told us then that their clients were already regrouping by redirecting resources to support reshoring efforts, relocation of workplaces to satellite facilities, and remote working.
State of the StatesMar 1 2022
There were a few common threads to all state legislative sessions in 2021: The seated legislators all had to wrangle, wheedle, cajole or otherwise out-maneuver one another as they redrew legislative and congressional districts in accordance with new U.S. Census numbers. Throughout the year, state leaders also had to figure...
CARROLL, Iowa — Jim Knott of Carroll, retired provost at the DMACC Carroll Campus and a current DMACC Board member, was one of the invited guests taking part Monday in an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony for the $4.2 million Carroll Campus expansion. Appropriately, the commons area of...
Calhoun County Board of Supervisors and Opportunity Living Announce grant award of $600,000Feb 14 2022
The Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) has awarded Calhoun County and Sub Recipient Opportunity Living a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) in the amount of $600,000. Midas Council of Governments will assist in the management of the grant. The grant will assist with costs for new windows, exterior doors...