Friday, February 16, 2024
The Goshen Forestry Division will begin young tree pruning the week of February 19. Our initial focus will be on Oak trees in neighborhoods between Lincoln and Plymouth Avenues. Specifically, we will plan to work on street trees which the City planted in or near the right-of-way over the past 12... more
Thursday, February 15, 2024
The City of Goshen Community Relations Commission is hosting a luncheon on International Women’s Day, Friday, March 8, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Goshen Theater to celebrate and honor women in the Goshen community. “I’m looking forward to celebrating the women of Goshen and am grateful... more
Tuesday, February 13, 2024
The City of Goshen and Goshen Community Schools announced a new Fire and EMS Pathway Program during Monday’s joint City Council and Goshen School Board meeting to enable students from Goshen High School to complete fire and EMS training. “This exciting new partnership between the City of Goshen... more
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Thursday, February 29, 2024, 4:00pm
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Monday, March 4, 2024, 4:00pm
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Ball State University Professors Michael Hicks and David Terrell gave a presentation at Goshen Theater that focused on how economic development policies are increasingly shifting emphasis from recruiting industry to recruiting talent.
Michael Hicks, PhD, is professor of economics and the director of the Center for Business and Economic Research at Ball State University. His research interest is in state and local public finance and the effect of public policy on the location, composition, and size of economic activity. He has authored three books and more than 50 scholarly papers and is best known for his work on tax incentives and the impact of Walmart.
David Terrell is the Executive Director of the Indiana Communities Institute (ICI) at Ball State University and of the RUPRI Center for Local and State Policy. The ICI works with communities to transition from economic development strategies based on physical capital investment to strategies based more heavily on human capital. The ICI conducts research that informs state and local policy and engages communities through training.