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TIFFIN, OH (Toledo News Now) -
the past few years, officials in Tiffin have focused on economic development.
Now it's that focus that has spurred the need to change how business is done
within city council itself.
council members met Wednesday to discuss the possibility of restructuring
whenever economic development talks are brought before council, it takes place
in the law and community planning committee, which acts as a catch-all for most
new business. Councilman Rich Cline would like to change that.
we continue to put more of an emphasis on economic development, [I suggest]
that we take that out of law and community planning and establish it as its own
committee," he said.
the city spending $70,000 a year through their contract with Seneca Industrial
and Economic Development Corporation (SIDEC), which acts as project lead on new
developments, Cline wants to make sure the city is getting its money's worth.
want the city to do a better job of clearly communicating our goals and
expectations to SIDEC, so that they have an understanding about what our
priorities are and so they can be more closely aligned," he said.
is set to vote on the committee restructuring on Monday.