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County Executive's Forum Airs Wed. Aug 1st

Guests share positive outlook for economic development/job creation in County

 

Michael DiTullo, President and CEO of Rockland Economic Development Corporation (REDC), Steven Porath, Executive Director of the Industrial Development Agency (IDA) and Richard Struck, Director of Economic Development for Orange and Rockland Utilities and Chairman of the Workforce Investment Board (WIB), are guests on the next edition of County Executive’s Forum, which will begin airing Wednesday, August 1st on Cablevision channel 78.

During the show, DiTullo and Porath speak about the services and opportunities their organizations provide to entice businesses to relocate and/or expand in Rockland County. Hunter Douglas and Raymour and Flanigan are recent examples of companies that are establishing headquarters in our area.  Struck shares with viewers the role of the WIB and the training programs and job placement services it offers to those seeking employment.  All three guests share a positive outlook for economic development and job creation in Rockland County.

The half-hour show will air at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, August 1, 2012 on Cablevision channel 78, Rockland’s government access channel.  The program featuring DiTullo, Porath and Struck will be rebroadcast every Wednesday through the months of August and September at 7 p.m. on channel 78.  Alternatively, the video can also be accessed on www.rocklandgov.com.

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