Recent News Articles
|Friday, November 6, 2015||
Chatham Economic Development Corporation is hosting a joint elected boards meeting Thursday, November 12 at 7 p.m. in the mulitpurpose room of building 42 at Central Carolina Community College (764 West St., Pittsboro).
Lee Worsley, Executive Director of Triangle J Council of Govenrments, will attend and give a brief overview of current COG activities.
The meeting will be a facilitated discussion around the issue of affordable housing, led by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Government staff.Continue Reading »
|Monday, October 19, 2015||
The presentation from Chatham Economic Development Corporation's 2015 Opportunity Chatham breakfast meeting is online.
The slides have addtional and specific data not shown at the breakfast, including average weekly wages, Chatham County students eligible for free and reduced lunch, and various socioeconomic indicators by Census tract.Continue Reading »
|Wednesday, September 30, 2015||
Chatham Chamber of Commerce named Chatham Economic Development Corporation President Dianne Reid the Distinguished Business Person of the Year at its annual meeting on September 30, 2015.
Criteria for the award includes a person who is a respected business leader, is innovative and motivated to make progress, and has made significant contributions to the community.Continue Reading »
|Tuesday, September 29, 2015||
The North Carolina Rural Economic Development Center named Siler City the Small Town of the Year at its annual N.C. Rural Assembly on September 28, 2015.Continue Reading »
|Thursday, September 24, 2015||
Chatham Economic Development Corporation’s annual Opportunity Chatham breakfast meeting is October 16, 2015 from 7:30 – 10 a.m. at the Barn at Fearrington.Continue Reading »
|Friday, July 31, 2015||
Chatham EDC seeks a high-energy leader to manage and direct the public-private economic development organization as its president. Chatham County is a largely rural county neighboring North Carolina’s Research Triangle, one of the fastest growing regions in the United States.
With several transformative projects underway – including a state-certified megasite, a 7,100 acre mixed-use development and another large industrial assemblage – the county is poised for tremendous growth.Continue Reading »
|Friday, July 17, 2015||
Chatham Economic Development Corporation announced that its President Dianne Reid will retire at the end of February 2016 after more than eight years with the organization.
“It has been an honor and a privilege to serve the EDC and the people of Chatham County,” Reid said. “I truly believe the county is poised for greatness and I look forward to helping ensure a seamless transition and continued successes for the County.”Continue Reading »
|Thursday, July 9, 2015||
Chatham County ranks No. 5 on a list of North Carolina counties with the most economic investments, according to a recent report by Triangle Business Journal.Continue Reading »
|Friday, May 1, 2015||
The Chatham Economic Development Corporation (EDC) released its 2015-2010 Strategic Action Agenda at its April 23 joint elected officials meeting. The plan, which the EDC board of directors adopted at its March 2015 meeting, received positive feedback from elected officials.
The EDC contracted with Ted Abernathy of Economic Leadership in July 2014 to updates its strategic plan. Abernathy, an experienced economic development professional, has provided strategic planning for cities, counties, regions and states throughout the southeast.Continue Reading »
|Monday, April 6, 2015||
On Thursday, April 23, the Chatham Economic Development Corporation (EDC) will host a joint meeting with the Chatham County Board of Commissioners, the town boards of Goldston, Pittsboro and Siler City, and the Board of Education to discuss the EDC’s five-year strategic action agenda.Continue Reading »