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Recession, technology challenge middle-class; Valley’s outlook a bit more upbeat

January 23, 2013

Despite national and even global trends that suggest the availability of middle-class jobs is diminishing, many area officials believe the Mid-Ohio Valley has and will continue to be a viable place......

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Jan-26-13 8:55 AM

I never see the mid Ohio valley with economic promise. There's not enough supported infrastructure and its not suited to become a hub for transportation being that only one major interstate runs through it. I believe if lots of minds got together to benefit economic development as a whole more could happen but there's to much of a good old boy network that just wants to put in their time and retire with their pension.

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Jan-23-13 9:06 AM

obama has now unleashed the EPA and there will be two factories shutting down soon

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Jan-23-13 7:00 AM

"We have one of the lowest unemployment rates in the state," said Terry Tamburini Looks like Terry must have missed a few math classes. With Washington County being 7.1 and the State average 6.8, Washington county is one of the highest rates Terry, not one of the lowest.

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