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CIC Believes Bowers is Who They Need

GREENVILLE – The fervor the Darke County Economic Development office had the past few years may have been tempered with the loss of its former director earlier this year, but things may start heating up again soon. The Community Improvement Corporation (CIC) recently revealed it has hired Greenville Mayor Mike Bowers as the new director of Darke County Economic Development.

From the July 22, 2016 of The Early Bird

By Ryan Berry, Managing Editor

GREENVILLE – The fervor the Darke County Economic Development office had the past few years may have been tempered with the loss of its former director earlier this year, but things may start heating up again soon. The Community Improvement Corporation (CIC) recently revealed it has hired Greenville Mayor Mike Bowers as the new director of Darke County Economic Development.

Bowers admits he wasn’t sure if he wanted to leave the city and didn’t immediately submit his name for consideration. In fact, he was originally on the search committee. The board was ready to offer the position to a candidate, but that person withdrew his name from consideration. Bowers was then asked again to consider seeking the position. After talking with his wife and family, he decided he would pursue the opportunity.

Mayor Bowers pointed out he is very familiar with the work performed in the Darke County Economic Development office having worked them on a continual basis. “About 75 percent of time as mayor was devoted to economic development,” he said.

CIC President Dave Keiser stressed the board wanted someone who could continue the work Saluk had started. While the CIC wanted a director who was able to attract new business to the community, it was just as important, if not more so, to have someone who could work with local businesses in the area of retention and work with the partnerships that have been developed with schools and colleges for workforce development......

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