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Saturday, August 31, 2013

Celebrating Pennsylvania’s North Central Region's Vibrant Businesses and Communities

Celebrating Pennsylvania’s North Central Region's Vibrant Businesses and Communities

DCED is On the Road Again!

September 17 - 20Northeast Map

The Corbett Administration is Coming to North Central PA — September 2013

Coordinating with our PREP (Partnerships for Regional Economic Performance) partners, the PA Department of Community & Economic Development (DCED), led by Secretary C. Alan Walker and his executive team, will hit the road to meet our partners, attend educational workshops, visit businesses and tour communities to celebrate and see firsthand the exciting things happening in North Central PA!
  • When: September 17 - 20, 2013
  • Where: North Central PA PREP Region and Communities (Cameron, Clearfield, Elk, Jefferson, McKean and Potter counties)
  • Contact: For participation information, please contact Mary Bethea at: or 717-720-1440 (office)
“The purpose of our three-day visit to the troops on the ground is to get the pulse of our partners in the field, to celebrate your successes and to learn how we can work together with you to be even more successful.”
Secretary C. Alan Walker
DCED On the Road is sponsored by the Team Pennsylvania Foundation


Anonymous said...

In other words, he's doing a long campaign trip on taxpayer money.

Anonymous said...

At least he isn't as bad as obuma!

Anonymous said...

We had a great economy until the Game Commission hired Gary Alt and eradicated the deer(with the help of short sighted hunters).

This ongoing deer eradication program has cost our area Millions of $$$$ and our hunting heritage.

Campers used to come up here not only in hunting and fishing season, but also summers and holidays. Once they couldn't see deer, they and their children abandoned our area.

There are more deer south of Interstate 80 than in our beautiful mountains.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, our dwindling deer population is the reason why tourism fell on its face. It has nothing to do with the economy, natural disasters, the fact that most of our businesses fell apart when Adelphia collapsed, or the plain and simple fact that we really have little to offer here in comparison to some of the rather low cost travel packages that are available. We still have a very rural and beautiful area, but that is not where today's vacations wants to go unless they own a camp in the area.

Anonymous said...

Ya,ya 6:51pm. Go and blame the PGC. Let me ask you a question... Outside of a few dining and liquor establishments what really is there to do after 5pm in any of our small towns? That's right. Nothing! The sidewalks roll up and everything shuts down. Many proposals have been made to revitalize the area but they were all shut down by LOCAL interests because if they weren't making money than no one was making money. Even when the big cable company was operating the owner was buying up liqour licenses and shutting places down. So I don't want to hear it was the PGC or the short sighted hunters. This has been a long time coming and the local economy has done itself in. Sure the area is beautiful. But so are most of the other rural areas in PA. Take a look at some of them and see what they are doing. Our natural resources have been marketed to death. Nothing changed. If you think a few hemlock stands and a few ferns are going to bring people in by the droves you are all sadly mistaken. This isn't yosemite national park. Time to do something different!

Anonymous said...

"Celebrating Pennsylvania’s North Central Region's Vibrant Businesses and Communities"


These guys must walk around in a permanent state of hallucination.

They should share whatever they are smoking with the rest of us.

They gave away the goose that lays the golden eggs to their rich OUT OF STATE campaign contributors and expect us to believe otherwise.