by Kris Dubé , The Welland Tribune
Welland’s economic outlook is on its way up after it hit “rock bottom” many years ago, Mayor Frank Campion told a crowd of about 100 people at city hall Thursday morning.
His annual mayor’s breakfast, held at the civic square library, was an opportunity for Campion to share a list of recent accomplishments and struggles the municipality has on its plate.
More than $9 million in surplus properties being sold last year, conversations with potential developers from places such as the United Arab Emirates and China, the need for a second industrial park as a result of new companies coming to the city — these are some of the highlights Campion celebrated in his presentation.
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