Jefferson County Development Council Named Partner of the Year


BROOKVILLE, Pa. (EYT) — The Jefferson County Development Council was recently honored for its work at the Pa. Economic Development Association fall conference in Allentown.

JCDC was named the Partner of the Year.

(Pictured above, from left, are Jefferson County Commissioner Herb Bullers, Jennifer Hibbard and Kristi Wendel, both of the North Central Regional Planning, and Development Commission, one of JCDC’s partners in the Jefferson County Resource Partnership, JCDC Director Brad Lashinsky and John Shimko, JCDC Board Member.)

The state association recognized JCDC for its work in working to bring Cresco Yeltrah and Legacy Trucking to the county.

It was also credited for the formation of the Jefferson County Resource Partnership.

The partnership is a collection of professionals who comprise the economic development delivery system in the county. It focuses on providing assistance to the businesses in all stages of development and growth.

“We have a good group in the JCDC,” Commissioner Jack Matson said. It’s a great collaborative effort between Brad (Lashinsky), Bill (Setree) and Sue (Bowlby).”

Lashinsky said it had been 20 years since a central Pa. development council had been named Partner of the Year.


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