The Quincy Area Chamber of Commerce, The District and the Great River Economic Development Foundation will hold the next “Politics and Pancakes” breakfast at 8 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 18, at the Oakley-Lindsay Center. This event is free for members. Liberty village president Stacy Clark, Payson village president Chris Dever and Camp Point village president Daniel […]
Council, Hannibal Regional Port Authority, City of Hannibal Industrial Development Authority and Hannibal Industrial Development Corporation. The e-mails are directed to many business and governmental leaders in Northeast Missouri.
QUINCY — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced last week it will use $732 million in federal infrastructure funding to modernize Lock and Dam 25 at Winfield, Mo., on the Mississippi River to improve the shipment of grain and soybeans. The Corps also announced it will spend $97.1 million on environmental restoration at Lock […]
GREDF’s website says: “Our number one priority is to retain existing businesses and help them grow. We assist prospective businesses, site consultants and entrepreneurs. We also take the lead in a variety of initiatives that contribute to the outstanding quality of life we enjoy here. “Our objective is to address retention issues and expedite the development […]
Kyle Moore wasn’t out of work long. The former two-term Quincy mayor will be the next president of the Great River Economic Development Foundation. Moore, who was introduced at a Thursday afternoon press conference, takes over for Marcel Wagner, who is retiring after 10 years at the agency’s helm. Jim Mentesti had been GREDF’s president […]