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Presidential Post - Augusts 6, 2015

One of the great things about this business of economic development is the opportunity to meet and interact with newbies. For some, a job in economic and community development is the first full-time gig out of college, and for others, it could be a career-change after decades of service in another industry....

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Written by Jason Hutcheson
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Nominate Your Future PDI Board Leaders

This year's annual meeteing will be held on Thursday, September 24, 2015 during the PDI Fall Conference at the Historic Park Inn, Mason City, Iowa. A nomination committee has been appointed, with current Vice President Wayne Pantini chairing the group. ...

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PDI Presidential Post - June 16, 2015

The survey results are in! The revamped PDI Spring Event held at the Iowa Farm Bureau offices in early May was a hit. By an overwhelming majority, you indicated that sessions on Wednesday afternoon in conjunction with the SMART Conference was a preferred option over sessions on Friday morning. ...

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The Presidential Post - April 7, 2015

Spring has finally arrived, and that means PDI's spring event (in conjunction with the SMART Conference) is just around the corner. The education committee led by Stacie LoVan, Greg Theis, and Sandy Ehrig has done a terrific job preparing the content for Wednesday afternoon. If you have not registered yet, there is still time (http://www.pdiowa.com/wcm/Members/EventDetail?EventKey=SPR15....

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The Presidential Post - February 27, 2015

Isn't it great when something gets accomplished? After years of expressing concern over funding for Iowa's roads and bridges, the Iowa Legislature and Governor Branstad finally took action and passed a 10 cent fuel tax increase in February. ...

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