Mayor Elkins stated, “This is a great first step in providing our partners in the real estate community with the tools needed to grow Newburgh Heights and help us transition from a residential population based around manufacturing to the modern knowledge based economy.”
It's a move city leaders hope will give people an incentive to call Newburgh Heights home. They say already they are surprised and excited by the volume of calls and interested people wanting to move from other states like Georgia and New York.
This is one of those sensible ideas that nevertheless may be perceived as radical strategy because it proposes to give to individuals — a generous financial incentive — what is ordinarily reserved for businesses.
Paid for by the Elkins Committee. Bernadette DeWeaver, Treasurer. 3996 E. 42nd Street. Newburgh Hts. OH 44105