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    1. Lawrence Mayor Dan Rivera to Serve as President and CEO of MassDevelopment

      Lawrence Mayor Dan Rivera to Serve as President and CEO of MassDevelopment

      Today, the MassDevelopment Board of Directors voted unanimously to empower Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development Secretary Mike Kennealy, the board chair, to extend a contract offer to Lawrence Mayor Daniel Rivera for the position of President and Chief Executive Officer. In October, MassDevelopment, the Commonwealth’s finance and economic development agency, announced that after three years as President and CEO, Lauren A. Liss would be stepping down from the position at the end of the calendar year.

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    2. MassDevelopment » AMP it up! Matching Grants Total Nearly $110,000 For 11 Innovative Massachusetts Programs

      MassDevelopment » AMP it up! Matching Grants Total Nearly $110,000 For 11 Innovative Massachusetts Programs

      Through the AMP it up! campaign that promotes advanced manufacturing as an attractive career path, MassDevelopment will for a second straight year issue matching grants to partnerships across the Commonwealth. In this second grant round, MassDevelopment will provide $108,950 in matching grants to 11 partnerships that consist of workforce investment boards, community colleges, and industry associations who will use funds to develop community-based programs and activities that educate students and the adults in their lives about career options in advanced manufacturing.

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    3. MassDevelopment.com: Press Room: MassDevelopment Names New Brownfields Priority Project Communities: Boston, Chelmsford, New Bedford, Springfield Eligible for $2 Million Each to Remediate, Market Key Sites

      MassDevelopment today announced that four municipally-owned properties have been selected for low-cost loans of up to $2 million under the agency's Brownfields Priority Project Program (P-cubed). The sites are located in Boston, Chelmsford, New Bedford and Springfield.
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