ESCC - Blueprint: Public Sector 2005 Thru 2010 Accomplishments

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ESCC - Blueprint: Public Sector 2005 Thru 2010 Accomplishments

  1. 1. Economic Impact ofBlueprint for Tomorrow(FYE 2005 – 2010) Transportation / Infrastructure Study Transportation Study for the Eastern Shore Partnership of county, Cities of Fairhope, Spanish Fort and Daphne working towards three hubs along the Eastern Shore Partnered with BRATS and Envision and helped promote BayLinc, which has expanded to two buses into Mobile and back again. Kicked off the ShoreLinc, a new bus route for Eastern Shore Employers, in partnership with BRATSSlide 4
  2. 2. Economic Impact ofBlueprint for Tomorrow(FYE 2005 – 2010) Tourism Tourism Council Opened the Scenic Overlook 7 days a week promoting the Eastern Shore in Baldwin County ~ 74,611 tourists assisted 2007 through October 2010. In addition, Fairhope Office assisted ~15,429 tourists during the same period. Brought in two main conferences: The Southern Economic Development Council Annual Meeting and The Governors Conference on Tourism and Travel with over 125 top tourism officials of the state.Slide 511/9/2010
  3. 3. Economic Impact ofBlueprint for Tomorrow(FYE 2005 – 2010) Economic Development Feasibility Study for Research/Tech Park on the Eastern Shore. Educated 400 small business owners based on Improving Service during 3 years in workshop sessions.Slide 611/1/2010
  4. 4. Economic Impact ofBlueprint for Tomorrow(FYE 2005 – 2010) Education / Workforce Development Student Training & Exploration Program (STEP) summer of 2010 ~ going into its second year. Choices for 3,972 students in 132 classes.Slide 711/1/2010
  5. 5. Economic Impact ofBlueprint for Tomorrow(FYE 2005 – 2010) Government Affairs Spirit of Cooperation forum bringing together our three cities to work on like projects. Trips to Montgomery. More Informational Forums ~ including Insurance.Slide 811/1/2010

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