Article featured on Lancaster Online. Lancaster, PA comes in as #2 in the nation for 2018 Best Places to Retire according to U.S. News.
Article featured on Lancaster Online. Places 2040 was adopted by the Lancaster County commissioner on Wednesday, October 24, 2018. Lisa Riggs, President of the Economic Development Company of Lancaster County, was quoted in the below LNP article regarding the Places 2040 plan, “The core values this community has makes Lancaster County a very attractive place [...]
Article featured on Lancaster Online. Congratulations to ReBath of Lancaster! EDC Finance administered an SBA 504 loan to assist in their relocation. We were proud to join them in September during their Grand Opening celebration.
Article featured on Lancaster Online. CNH Industrial is a global powerhouse. It is also a Lancaster powerhouse thanks to the New Holland Agriculture brand, its significant local workforce and its sizable, diverse campus in the northeast part of Lancaster County that houses manufacturing, research and development and broad administrative functions. A few weeks ago, CNH [...]
Pennsylvania’s Commonwealth Finance Authority met on September 19th. They approved several loans including Epsucheolige and Curtis Hoffman. EDC Finance Corporation assisted the Hoffman’s in acquiring a $400,000, 15-year agriculture loan through PIDA at a 2.75% rate. Also at the meeting, new funding was announced to aid Pennsylvania’s dairy industry. The $5 million is the first [...]
EDC's President, Lisa Riggs, participated on WITF's Smart Talk on the morning of Friday, September 7th with Scott LaMar. The topic was "When Interests Collide: Municipalities, Communities and Development". Pictured left to right are: Kirk Stoner - Director of Planning, Cumberland County, Scott LaMar - Smart Talk host, and Lisa Riggs - President, EDC. Article [...]
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EDC would like to congratulate Eurofins Lancaster Laboratories Inc. on their recently approved state funding. The funding will assist with enhancing traffic flow around their evolving campus. Plans for expansion were announced last year. The recent funding was received through the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED). Read the Central Penn Business Journal [...]