Clarence Hulse, executive director of the Economic Development Corporation Michigan City, Indiana, has received industry honors for his work.
Economic development organizations from the Region and Michiana areas are collecting salary and benefits data from employers in their respective markets.
The pandemic may have put the world on lock down in 2020, but it appeared to have little impact on business activity and economic growth in Michigan City.
Michigan City’s economic development leader now is a board member of a 13-state organization where new ideas to drive business growth emerge.
The Economic Development Corp. Michigan City, Ind. said the Mayfield Place subdivision off Tyron Road, has a new developer, who is planning to invest $7 million in the subdivision and add 30 new homes to the development.
A career filled with achievements in affordable housing, strategic planning, business recruitment and building community partnerships landed professional honors for Region economic development professional Clarence Hulse.
Mikropor a maker of filtration products, is expanding and adding more jobs to its Michigan City operations.
A nearly $500,000 investment will help Michigan City Paper Box remain competitive and retain eight jobs.
Jenilee Haynes Peterson recently was appointed economic development manager at the Economic Development Corp. Michigan City, Ind. Peterson replaces Katie Eaton, who left the post to become president of the Michigan City Chamber of Commerce in November. Peterson will focus on business retention and expansion programs, building community partnerships, and workforce development initiatives. She most […]
Roughly 426 acres of land in northwestern La Porte County now is a part of Michigan City and available for development. The parcels of property within the newly-annexed area – between Menke Road, I-94 and U.S. 20 are owned by Oehmstead Co., Green Acres, Pioneer Lumber, MHP 1, LLC, Illinois Indiana Development Co. and Cemetery […]