Recent comments from visitors and economic development consultants are very encouraging about the current and future economy of our region.
We’ve heard repeatedly from sources outside our area that the dollar amount of current and future industrial projects is unprecedented and not something to take for granted, compared to other areas of our state and nation.
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With the re-zoning of 12,000 acres of private property in West Calcasieu, our region is now in the process of planning for another potential gamechanger, a huge megasite. By definition and practice, a megasite is a large contiguous tract of land for big industrial operations. To remain competitive among industrial sites around the world, Southwest Louisiana needs these large properties.
Two recent developments have given encouragement to solving some of the infrastructure issues in Southwest Louisiana.
The city of Lake Charles is positioning itself for new economic development with a strategic targeted array of incentives for the Interstate 10 Corridor, Enterprise Boulevard, and the Lakefront.
Chamber SWLA officials have announced the creation of a task force as part of its effort to facilitate the replacement of the Interstate 10/Calcasieu River Bridge.
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Education has always been the key to mobility. As technological advances change the workforce landscape, getting an education is the one task that will keep a person viable.
The widespread and constantly growing use of computer-based technology in our daily lives is creating new industries with new opportunities for careers.
Excellent infrastructure is imperative to our region, state and country. What we ask is for government to respect the people and businesses who pay the taxes in order for the public structures to be built.
The word infrastructure is getting a lot of attention these days.
With a strong local economy forecast, there is great potential for our region to prosper.
Earlier this month Site Selection magazine released its Governor’s Cup rankings and Louisiana ranked eighth on a per capita basis for states with the most new and expanded facilities during 2017.