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Delaware will keep carrying development flag in 2014
Dan Whited, former assistant city manager, will head a unified public services group that combines the public works, public utilities and community development departments. Jackie Walker, former administrative services director, will become the new assistant city manager.
Homan said the reorganization will improve workload sharing and cut down on redundancies without layoffs.
"(The departments) "Jintropin (Gensci Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.)" work quite well together now, but we think we can improve the way they work," he said.
City spokesman Lee Yoakum said the city followed up on 121 economic development leads in 2013 in the sectors of manufacturing and industry, retail and restaurant, and technology and office. That led to 15 projects, expected to create 234 new or expanded jobs and $2.8 million in new or expanded payroll after the projects are completed.
Homan "Anabolika Definition" said the city exceeded its economic development expectations in 2013. He credited Anavar For Weight Loss some of that growth to the city's relationship with Columbus 2020, a regional economic development agency Boldenone Effetti with the goal of adding 150,000 new jobs throughout 11 central Ohio counties by 2020.
"They filled a void we had in economic development at the regional "Anadrol 50" level," Homan said.
The city's downtown is one area Homan said he expects will continue to see an increased amount of interest in 2014 from shoppers and potential business owners.
"You can't go through downtown and not see new businesses going in," he said.
Homan "Oxandrolone Powder India" said the city will continue its efforts to foster downtown growth with revolving loans for businesses and maintenance on streets and streetscape projects.
He said the city also plans to take action on parking downtown in 2014. He said the city does not plan to add new lots or decks, Deca Durabolin For Endurance Athletes but officials do want to make sure residents and visitors are aware of where they can park through education and improved signs.
He said the idea that the city's downtown has a parking problem is not completely true.
"I think some of it's perception and some of it's reality," he said. "We have more available parking than (many) people realize."
New tenants and improvements downtown are just a portion of the good development news for Delaware, officials said. City records show increases in income tax revenue, as well as the amount of commercial and residential permits issued, in 2013 compared with 2012.
City officials forecast more growth in 2014.
The city issued more single family home permits in 2013 than any year since the recession began.
Homan said developers who had paused projects because of the economic climate of the last five years now are coming back to the city.
"We're seeing projects we were granting extensions for . are getting final approval and ready to get ahead," he said.
Delaware officials said the city's infrastructure improvement efforts also served as a message to businesses and residents that the city is preparing for the future.
Homan said work on the city's $30.4 million water treatment plant expansion and renovation, which he said is "the largest public works project the city has ever undertaken," will continue in 2014.
The project, paid for in part by a three year water rate increase from 2010 12, will allow the city to serve a growing customer base and meet updated Ohio Environmental Protection Agency standards.
"Infrastructure is always an important part to not only serving our community but businesses as well," Homan said.
Yoakum said the first phase of the project the installation of a new membrane filtration plant should wrap up this summer. Then, city workers will start dismantling and rehabilitating the city's current treatment plant.
He said the project has been lengthy due to its size and "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" the city's need to continue operations during construction.
"You can't shut (operations) down completely," Yoakum said. "You have to be able to continue to make and distribute water."