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2018 Economic Year in Review

From the Director’s Desk

At the end of every year, I always like to reflect on the past year’s economic activity. It’s my way to take a mental ‘deep breath’ before recharging the brain and entering the new year full steam ahead. Here’s my list of happenings over the past year:

*At least six new businesses opened in the county. Four of those businesses are in Lincoln, including Lincoln Avenue Antiques & Collectibles, Rack-N-Fur Taxidermy, Lazy A Collectibles & Antiques, and Main Street Coffee & Things. The other two are the Sub Station in Beverly and Replenishing Hope (family counseling) in Sylvan Grove.

*At least two businesses have transitioned to new ownership, including Home Town Café & Convenience and Replenishing Hope Guest Lodge (formerly The Loft at 101).

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