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NVision the future

Staff report

The final report in a 10-month long expansive economic development study of seven counties in Northern Nevada will be released Friday.

What is it: Northern NVision is a joint study launched to determine and market the economic development assets of the seven rural Northern Nevada counties, which includes Carson City. The report culled information from focus groups, an online survey and statistics.

What’s new: Angelos Angelou, principal of the consulting firm, will present the economic development ideas, major findings and regional economic development strategy initiative recommendations.

When: 9-11 a.m. Friday

Where: Genoa Lakes Golf Club, 1 Genoa Lakes Drive, off Jacks Valley Road

Cost: Free; refreshments will be served

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Call: 883-4413, or e-mail sharon@nnda.org.

For the reports visit: Visit http://www.northernNVision.org

Why attend?

“This is going to help shape the businesses we are going to attract to Northern Nevada. I think for Northern Nevada’s economy to really boom and become strong they need to have a plan or vision and people need to be involved in it. This is important to business leaders and the community at large because they have a stake in this.”

– Donal Hummer Jr., Harley-Davidson Financial Services community and government affairs vice president

“This is the culmination of the Northern NVision product. We’ll reveal our final recommendations for how the region can improve itself to attract the targeted industries (which includes business and financial services, software, clean energy and advanced manufacturing, which was part of a previous report).”

– Ben Loftsgaarden, project manager, of AngelouEconomics

“We’re looking forward to the NVision reports because we know it’ll allow our communities to make a cohesive plan for the future.”

– Anne Hansen, director of information and marketing services for Western Nevada Community College

• Contact reporter Becky Bosshart at bbosshart@nevadaappeal.com or 881-1212.