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S.D. Kotak Law College, Amreli Recruitment 2021

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Elkton is working toward becoming a Redevelopment Ready Community and eligible for grant funds through the Michigan Economic Development Corporation.

Elkton is working toward a potential first in Huron County.

The village has been in the process of qualifying for funds through a Michigan Economic Development Corporation program called Redevelopment Ready Communities for more than a year. Phyllis Baranski, the village’s clerk and treasurer, has been spearheading the effort that involves several steps and a lengthy commitment in order to qualify. While the program is open to all Michigan communities, Elkton could be the first Upper Thumb location to qualify — a mark that fewer than 60 communities statewide have reached to this point.

“The MEDC has done this program for several years and we’ve been engaged in it for almost two years,” Baranski said. “It’s a lengthy process, but as long as you’re maintaining progress, it’s something that can be done at your own pace.”

Of the locations already deemed Redevelopment Ready Sites, North Branch in Lapeer County is the closest to the Upper Thumb area and one of just five in Region 6, which stretches from Huron County to Shiawassee County. Other communities in Huron County have at least started the RRC process, with Elkton being the first to have their evaluation completed.

This state-offered no-cost program is aimed at funding communities to attract new businesses and residents. It also requires a lot of legwork, starting with a training session and an approval from the community’s governing body, then the effort moves to meeting several goals.

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