We’re coming down to the home stretch in the local approvals process. We’ve got momentum and support, but don’t remain silent on the sidelines. Come out and show your backing at the next three meetings:
Tuesday, Oct.16, Fort Wayne Common Council Finance Committee — 5:30 p.m., Citizens Square, Room 30
Tuesday, Oct. 23, Fort Wayne Common Council Regular Meeting — 5:30 p.m., Citizens Square, Room 35
Tuesday, Nov. 6, Capital Improvement Board — 8 a.m., Grand Wayne Center
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Plans for the $440 million Electric Works project in Fort Wayne have taken a significant step forward. Mayor Tom Henry and RTM Ventures have announced the city and development team have agreed on an economic development agreement that includes $62 million in local public funding.
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“We’ve been working in Bilbao, Spain, and Bilbao has a Guggenheim. It’s a statement to the world that they are passionate about the arts, and it puts them on the map for that…I see something like Electric Works as being Fort Wayne’s Guggenheim. It’s a cultural asset that is relevant to the world.”
Read more of Input Fort Wayne’s interview with Travis Sheridan.
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“Why wouldn’t you want people of your community that you want to focus on to be the thought leaders that are offering advice, guidance and feedback to young entrepreneurs, innovators and hustlers? … The only way to break down (elitism) is through authenticity and authentic engagement, and providing access.”
Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly covered the August 6 presentation by Travis Sheridan, president of the Venture Café Global Institute.
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