How do you think East Moline should grow its economy?
City leaders are working on a vision for economic development, and tonight you can weigh in.
"Well one of the things we want to do is create an identity or a marketing strategy for the entire community so that we can do a coordinated effort to bring people in," said East Moline City Administrator Cole O'Donnell.
East Moline city leaders are working with Bi–State Regional Commission to come up with a development plan. That includes creating a clear brand for the city and highlighting strengths like cultural diversity.
City leaders tell us the goal is to attract new businesses, more jobs and improve the economy.
You can voice your opinions at a public meeting tonight at 6:15PM at East Pointe Station on 15th avenue.
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