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Two New Great Places Added

Great Places 2020 partners have selected two additional places to support four years of implementation. Twin Aire (intersection of English/Parker) 25th and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street Both will receive planning assistance to create a detailed redevelopment plan and funding for early implementation efforts in their target area. Click here to read the full press release. 

LISC Indy Hiring Two Positions

Economic Development Program Officer The Economic Development Program Officer will be responsible for leading LISC’s efforts to drive reinvestment in targeted urban commercial & industrial districts through day-to-day management of the Fostering Commercial Urban Strategies (FOCUS) program, supported by the creation of an Anchor Institution procurement program linked to businesses in the FOCUS districts. Click here to read the full job description. Great Places 2020 Program Officer LISC Indianapolis invites applications for a Program Officer who will work with neighborhood groups to help achieve community transformation. The Program Officer will have a leadership role in implementing the Great Places 2020 … Continued

Executive Director Bill Taft named IBJ Michael A. Carroll Award recipient

Congratulations to Indy LISC Executive Director, our fearless leader, Bill Taft who recently was named the recipient of this year’s IBJ’s Michael A. Carroll Award for his decades of work in Indianapolis’ neighborhoods. Taft’s lifelong commitment to urban neighborhoods has earned him the distinction of being the 23rd recipient of IBJ’s Michael A. Carroll Award, given annually to a man or woman who has demonstrated the former deputy mayor’s qualities of determination, humility and service. Carroll was among six people killed when two small planes collided over southern Marion County on Sept. 11, 1992. “If we are going to thrive … Continued

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