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On April 28th we received word that our grant application for the CDC’s countywide litter cleanup and tire amnesty program was awarded funding of $38,000 by the Ohio EPA. We will be holding the countywide litter cleanup on September 22nd & 23rd and it will involve nearly all townships and municipalities in Guernsey, with drop off points located in 10 different areas around the county. R...

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Greetings from the offices of the CDC! We are busy pushing forward with several projects this year and working on ways to improve both our services and our community. First up for the year is the Great Guernsey Trail Winter Banquet which will be held on March 5th at the Cambridge Eagles, with doors opening at 5:30. Tickets are $25.00 and available by calling the CDC office at 740.439.0020 or by ca...

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I hope everyone had a fantastic Easter? After a three day weekend, the staff at the CDC is hard at work on a variety of projects. First up is our Township Outreach Program which was created to align the needs of local townships with the support services offered by the CDC. One of the ways we do this is by providing free stop signs to the townships. In the state of Ohio all stop signs are required ...

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Greetings folks, I hope all is well in your world? Things here at the CDC have been progressing at a quickening pace. First and foremost, we are finally moved into our new office, 905 Wheeling Ave Cambridge. We are very excited to be a part of the downtown community and looking forward to participating in a variety of events scheduled for this summer. In other news our crews have been very busy co...

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The Guernsey County Community Development Corporation (CDC), a 501(c)3 is launching a fundraiser to help pay for fuel for our Disabled Veterans Transportation Program. This program provides FREE transportation for disabled veterans to and from medical appointments anywhere in Ohio, PA and WV. This program is open to veterans residing in Guernsey County, Ohio and is available 6 days a week, 8 am un...

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Click the below link to download and complete a registration form. You have two options, you can download the PDF form and hand write your registration or you can click on the Microsoft Word and type in your information. Both can be mailed to Trail Fest c/o CDC PO Box 1175 Cambridge, Ohio (make checks payable to CDC, memo line Trail Fest). 7th Annual Great Guernsey Trail Registration Form  (PDF)...

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Getting into the holiday spirit here in the offices of the Guernsey County CDC. This live Christmas tree was donated by Schoenbrunn Landscaping and after the festive celebrating has been completed, the tree will find a permanent home along the Great Guernsey Trail.

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Cambridge, Ohio March 9, 2017 – The Guernsey County Community Development Corporation (CDC) recently partnered with Jackson Township to complete a USDA Community Facilities Grant, which the township received and will use to purchase a new dump truck. The USDA program is a combination of grants and loans and is designed to help rural municipalities purchase equipment and improve facilities. Jacks...

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Jeanette Hannon has recently transitioned into the role of CDC office manager from her position on the Board of Directors as well as Branch Manager for Woodforest Bank. In her new position she is responsible for maintaining and overseeing the financial accounts and the stability of the organization. Jeanette has 18 years of banking and financial background. Her experience includes profit and loss...

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We recently teamed up with the Department of Jobs and Family Services to promote a cleaner Guernsey County through the use of litter cleanup crews. These crews will be under the direct management of a CDC supervisor and the crews will be sent out into the county to cleanup targeted roadsides, illegal dumpsites, parks and walking trails. The workers will be staffed by community service workers and ...

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