Gregory Moon

Greg is the Executive Director of the Wyandot County Office of Economic Development and also serves as the Executive Director of the Wyandot County Regional Planning Commission.

Industrial Park Receives AT&T Fiber Ready Designation

The Columbus-Toledo Midway Industrial Park on the north side of Upper Sandusky officially received the AT&T Fiber Ready designation on February 17th.  The designation certifies the ability for current and future businesses located in the park to access high-speed, fiber-based internet and associated services from AT&T.  The provider states that business’s networks can …

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Diamond Roll-Up Door Expansion Nears Completion

Diamond Roll-Up Door, Inc., who is headquartered at 295 Commerce Way in the Columbus-Toledo Midway Industrial Park in Upper Sandusky, is currently undertaking a physical expansion project that will bring an additional 11,600 square feet of warehousing space to its facility.  The expansion will feature 2 new dock doors primarily for …

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Creative Plastic Concepts Expanding in Sycamore

A relatively new Wyandot County manufacturer is already undertaking expansion plans that will bring new jobs and investment to the the Village of Sycamore, Wyandot County, and NW Ohio community.  Creative Plastic Concepts (CPC) will add 25 new jobs to support its growing operations and invest roughly $3.7 million for …

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DaVita Prepares for New Wyandot County Operation

Wyandot County will soon welcome a new entrant among its pool of healthcare providers.  DaVita Inc., a Fortune 500® company with over 2,000 locations nationwide, is set to open up a new location on the north side of Upper Sandusky this year.  DaVita is a leading provider of kidney care in the United …

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WCOED Seeks Input for 2017 BR&E Program

The Wyandot County Office of Economic Development is seeking local business input for its annual Business Retention & Expansion (BR&E) Program.  BR&E informs the directives of the local economic development organization in a number of ways, and is in large part one of the WCOED’s most important efforts. Click here …

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Wyandot Co. to Receive Detailed Tech Assessment and Broadband Plan

Wyandot County Businesses & Residents, take part in this effort by completing the applicable survey(s) here: http://www.connectmycommunity.org/wyandot-county/ After a 2016 application was submitted by the Wyandot County Office of Economic Development, Wyandot County was selected as one of five Ohio communities to participate in the Connected℠ Community Engagement Program. Each …

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Wyandot County Hosts Regional JobsOhio Network Meeting

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The Wyandot County Office of Economic Development (WCOED) hosted a gathering of economic development leaders from Northwest Ohio last Wednesday.  The quarterly Regional JobsOhio Network meetings are facilitated by the Regional Growth Partnership (RGP), an organization that serves as Northwest Ohio’s network partner for JobsOhio.  The RGP offers a fullrange …

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Wyandot County, Creating Endless Business Opportunities

The Columbus-Toledo Midway Industrial Park, in Wyandot County, is an economic development project focused on business expansion. Located midway between Columbus and Toledo, the Columbus-Toledo Midway Industrial Park project in Wyandot County has secured multiple businesses and plans to expand in the forthcoming years. The Columbus-Toledo Midway Industrial Park is a …

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