Field Notes: January 2020

Field Notes: January 2020

Food Safety Chesapeake Harvest and Future Harvest are working together to help farmers demystify the food safety processes, employ best practices, and get closer to food safety certification. Through the Food Safety Outreach Program, funded by USDA, farmers in the Chesapeake Bay region have access to free services for food safety education and technical assistance. […]

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Easton Planning and Zoning Commission to Hold Work Sessions

The Easton Planning and Zoning Commission is continuing its exercise of comprehensively updating the Town’s Zoning Regulations.  In October, they conducted a Public Hearing on two chapters they are proposing to extensively revise: The Planned Unit Development and Sign Regulations. A primary concern and focus of the Commission throughout this endeavor are producing the best […]

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Project Update: Easton Point and Port Street

A question we often hear is: What is happening with Easton Point and Port Street?  So here is an update on the project. The EEDC continues to work closely with the Town of Easton on redeveloping Port Street and Easton Point.  Throughout 2020, you can expect to see additional land from Easton Point annexed into […]

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The American Job Center Upper Shore Network

The American Job Center Upper Shore Network provides an array of employment and training services at its location in Easton. All services are free and we are happy to help job seekers and employers. Take a look at their website here.  

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Economic News: Easton’s Economic and Demographic Data

Every year, I do a deep dive into Easton’s economic and demographic data to prepare for the new year.  And while we all eagerly await the Census of 2020, some excellent data was made available to me, thanks to the Upper Shore Workforce Investment Board through Chmura Economics & Analysis. A few of the highlights: […]

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