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    Posted: Apr 07 2013 at 8:09am
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Building projects indicate economic rebound

Hamilton and Middletown have both seen rebounds in construction valuations as well. Middletown’s valuations were $10.4 million in 2009, but jumped back up to $42.9 million, with the SunCoke plant, which has added more than 100 jobs to the city.
Middletown’s residential permit valuations have been around $3 million or $4 million over the past four years, while commercial building has had a much greater dollar value attached to it. That is an indicator of a recovering economy, said Les Landen, the city’s law director.
“From an economic development standpoint, it’s very positive that (the numbers) seem to be climbing at a steady rate,” Landen said. “That suggests there’s a lot of positive economic energy here … What that tells me is that people in the business realm are viewing Middletown as a positive place to be.”

JUST WONDERING WHY LES LANDEN, THE LAW DIRECTOR, IS ANSWERING QUESTIONS AND GIVING OPINIONS CONCERNING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. THOUGHT THOSE COMMENTS WOULD HAVE COME FROM HAMET/ECON. DEVEL.

LES TELLS US.......

“From an economic development standpoint, it’s very positive that (the numbers) seem to be climbing at a steady rate,” Landen said. “That suggests there’s a lot of positive economic energy here

DYNAMIC LES. NONE OF US WOULD HAVE SURMISED THAT. THANK YOU MR. OBVIOUS.

AND A SMALL DOSE OF COMEDY FOR THE DAY......

What that tells me is that people in the business realm are viewing Middletown as a positive place to be.”

YOU BET, EXTREMELY POSITIVE PLACE TO BE. THANKS LES! MERCY
I'm so proud of my hometown and what it has become. Recall 'em all. Let's start over.
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