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NEWS & EVENTS

APRIL 17, 2023 | MAEDC NEWSLETTER


Join us THIS FRIDAY, April 21st, for the Howard County Public Forums!

The economic development of a community is crucial for its growth and prosperity. It involves various aspects like job creation, attracting new businesses, and retaining existing ones. The public forums for Howard County, organized by the MAEDC, offer an opportunity for community members to voice their opinions and suggestions on the economic development of the county. MAEDC is the economic development provider for Howard County through a partnership with the Howard County Economic Development Council.

Join us for the Howard County Public Forums taking place Friday, April 21st:

New Franklin - 8:30-9:30 am

132 East Broadway, New Franklin, MO

Fayette - 10:30-11:30 am

Keller Building - Large Conference Room.

600 W. Morrison St., Fayette, MO

Glasgow - 1:30-2:30 pm

Glasgow City Council Chambers

102 Market St., Glasgow, MO



 

The area currently has multiple job openings available, presenting a chance for individuals to not only advance their careers but also make a positive contribution to the local economy.

For a list of openings in Howard and Randolph counties, simply visit www.moberly-edc.com/open-positions.

To include your job opportunities in the list, kindly send an email to info@moberly-edc.com, providing details such as the position title and application instructions.

We look forward to hearing from you!


 
 
 

Missouri Chamber Testifies in Favor of Employee Ownership Tax Deduction Missouri Chamber | April 14, 2023 The Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry recently offered testimony to renew legislation that would help companies become employee owned. Earlier this year, the Missouri Senate voted out SB 247, sponsored by Sen. Justin Brown (R-Rolla), and sent it to the Missouri House. The House has passed HB 356, sponsored by Rep. Mike McGirl (R-Potosi), which includes Rep. Don Mayhew’s (R-Crocker) Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) language. In 2016, Missouri lawmakers created a new 50 percent income tax deduction on the proceeds business owners receive when they sell their companies to their employees. The incentive was intended to encourage businesses to go the ESOP route versus selling to a competitor or passing the business to out-of-state ownership. The current law sunset at the end of 2022. Both Sen. Brown’s bill and Rep. Mayhew’s bill would repeal that sunset and extend the successful incentive program. Continue Reading...


 

Fayette, Mo: The Fayette Main Street Board of Directors are excited to announce the hiring of Cana Conrow as Executive Director of the organization. The transition of leadership will take place May 1st. Cara Owings, who was the Vice-President of the Board, has been filling in as the Interim Director for the past three months.





 

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