Press Release:  PPE Shipping Out to all OVRDC Counties
Vinton County Commissioners William Wellman, Mark Fout, and Tim Eberts, with Vinton Prosecutor Jim Payne and EMA Director William Faught oversee delivery of PPE shipments to be distributed to their first responders, schools and others.

Press Release: PPE Shipping Out to all OVRDC Counties

Vinton County Commissioners William Wellman, Mark Fout, and Tim Eberts, with Vinton Prosecutor Jim Payne and EMA Director William Faught oversee the delivery of PPE shipments to be distributed to their first responders, schools, and others. PPE Shipping Out to…

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PRESS RELEASE: ARC Announces Appalachian Leadership Institute Fellows

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Appalachian Regional Commission Names Three Southern Ohio Leaders as Appalachian Leadership Institute Fellows  October 1, 2020, Waverly OH – The Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) has named three leaders from the Ohio Valley Regional Development Commission region as…

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ARC County Status
ARC County Status

ARC County Status

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The Appalachian Regional Commission has just released the FY2018 County Economic Status rankings. There are a few notable changes, one being that Pike County has moved from "Distressed" to "At-Risk" and Clermont County has moved up to "Competitive" from "Transitional". In…

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OVRDC is now on GitHub

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Over the past year, OVRDC has focused on web-based maps as a new means of data distribution. This format creates an interactive environment where users can get simple questions answered and access data in a new and refreshing way. We…

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OVRDC is Now Accepting FY 2017 ARC Grant Pre-Applications
OVRDC provided technical assistance to multiple public and private non-profit organizations in FY 2016, resulting in the following outcomes: 300 jobs created, 276 jobs retained, 1,940 households and 96 businesses served with water and/or sewer, approximately 1,200 people served with up-to-date medical care, 1,516 people trained for employability and $14593000 in private investment leveraged. For a list of all OVRDC ARC projects for 2016 see the 2016 Annual Report.

OVRDC is Now Accepting FY 2017 ARC Grant Pre-Applications

The time to get your Appalachian Regional Commission pre-applications in to OVRDC is now! As some of you are aware, there is an increased allocation of funding through the State of Ohio for ARC projects beginning in FY’16, so now…

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