|Who We Are?
The Presque IsleCounty Development Commission (CDC) was formed in 1999 to promote community and economic development and improve the quality of life in Presque Isle County. The 13-member CDC Board is appointed by the Presque Isle County Board of Commissioners and represents all areas of the County.
The Economic Development Corporation of Presque Isle County (EDC) was incorporated in November, 2000 to provide a local source of tax-free bonding capacity, development project planning, and economic policy leadership.
What do we do?
The function of the CDC is to advise, guide and promote business growth and retention in Presque Isle County. CDC Director Dr. Mary Ann Heidemann works with the Board to accomplish Commission goals and adopt strategies for growth.
The function of the EDC is to help implement development projects including arrangement for tax-free bonds, assuring adequate infrastructure and providing on-the-ground project management.
When do we meet?
The CDC and EDC Board meets monthly on the third Thursday at 6:00p.m.in the Commissioners' Room of the Presque Isle County Courthouse, 151 E. Huron Avenue, Rogers City.
The public is welcome. You are invited to share ideas or concerns with the CDC Board of Directors.