Economic Development Commission
- 7:30 am
- first Tuesday of every other month
- Conference Room of the City Building
Agendas & Minutes
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- Melissa Monich (Mayor)
- Chris Harmon (Chair)
- Jon B. Boss (Planning Commission representative)
- Jim Hilb (School Board representative)
- Sara Aschliman
- Bryan Blade
- Ken Edelman
- Tim Kiley
- Jenni McCauley
- Dov Rosenberg
- Grant Hoffman, City Council Representative
- Megan Statt Blake, Community Development Director
The Economic Development Commission (EDC) works with City Council, developers, residents, and the business community with a focus on improving the economic climate of the City. The Economic Development Commission consists of seven citizens and representatives from the Planning Commission, Promote Wyoming Commission, the Wyoming School Board, City Council, and the business community.
EDC North Pike Subcommittee Report
In 2020, there was interest among the Economic Development Commission (EDC) to look at development opportunities in North Pike, as guided by the 2018 Master Plan. In early 2021, North Pike had several properties in transition; and the North Pike Subcommittee was re-engaged by the EDC at the April 6, 2021 meeting. The subcommittee was charged with identifying potential redevelopment opportunities compatible with the strategies listed in the 2018 Master Plan as a Zone of Potential Change. The subcommittee met over the next nine months to study the existing conditions and key issues, and to formulate recommendations with the next steps. Recommendations include targeted code enforcement, streetscape improvements, and strategic acquisition and redevelopment. The EDC met on April 5, 2022, and unanimously voted to approve the report and send it to City Council. View the EDC North Pike Subcommittee Report 2022 (PDF).