Posted Monday, July 27, 2009
What's the best way to make local governments in NE Ohio more efficient and collaborative? Why by holding a contest with a cash prize, of course. Nothing like a little incentive to bring out the best ideas. At least that's the thinking of the regional grantmaking organization. The Fund for our Economic Future is about to give away some $300,000 to the three best proposals as determined by popular vote. Hear from the finalists and hear our a panel of judges pick them apart. Monday at nine on the Sound of Ideas.
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Thank you for the opportunity to present our proposal. (Ashland County Combined Dispatch Upgrade) As you could probably tell, I do not do a lot of public speaking. So I hope I didn’t um you to death. Still, I appreciate your efforts to get the word out on this very worthwile service that the folks at www.EfficientGovNow.org are providing and we are glad to be a part of it.
Bill--you did great and did not “um” us to death. Thanks so much to you and the other finalists for your time and for going along with our three-minute rule. It was great to have you on the program!
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