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    EDC Warren County Names Edward Bartholomew New President


    Bartholomew lauded as ideal leader for emerging collaborative strategy among region’s economic development entities


    The Economic Development Corporation in Warren County has named Edward Bartholomew, current economic/community development director for the City of Glens Falls and the city’s former mayor, as its new President, effective August 19, 2013. The search process over the past five months has run in parallel with a multi-organizational effort to create a “one-stop shop” for businesses seeking economic development assistance.

    “It is always exciting to welcome a new leader to an organization, especially someone with Ed Bartholomew’s talents. Yet, this announcement is particularly meaningful for EDC, for Ed himself, and for many other entities in Warren County, because it reflects the new collaborative focus we all have adopted to simplify the process of serving existing and incoming businesses,” noted Chuck Barton, EDC Board Chairman.

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