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To the JEDCO Membership: It has been a year of transitions. Emerging from the pandemic, our organization went through a change in staff, a change in our strategic plan, and an evolution in the way our organization will serve you best. Our executive committee and I...
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Take an aerial tour of Johnston’s most sought-after sites, recent development projects, and newest residences. From growth in resident numbers to new annexed land, there are so many new and exciting opportunities to get involved in for small and large businesses alike.
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Look through JEDCO’s 2022 Economic Development Guide for information about the different development areas of Johnston and the various projects and opportunities available to get involved in.
Heirs' Property puts many Black families at risk of losing their farmsThe LEAP Coalition, which includes John Deere, Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) and National Black Growers Council, is helping Black farming families keep their lands. The creation of LEAP is a result of John Deere's...
Corteva Agriscience and Symborg, an expert in microbiological technologies, announced on April 19, 2021 that they would enter into a multi-year agreement around a microbe-based nitrogen fixation product in the United States, Canada, Brazil and Argentina. This agreement will give Corteva an...
MidAmerican Energy has launched a project to replace automated meter reading (AMR) devices on customer gas meters throughout the service territory in 2021. Installed nearly a decade ago, the lifespan of these early AMR is shorter than current models, thus the need to replace to a more current...
UPDATE Commentary - It's a fair question to ask: "Is it settled?" The short answer seems to be "no". The high court did answer some questions about what the law says about the respective rights of Xenia and the City of Johnston, but a difference of opinion between the parties seems to remain...