Category Archives: Grow

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Baker-Polito Administration Announces Economic Development Incentive Awards to 12 Companies

The Baker-Polito Administration and the Commonwealth’s Economic Assistance Coordinating Council (EACC) approved twelve projects for participation in the Economic Development Incentive Program (EDIP). These projects are expected to create 414 new jobs and retain 1,241 jobs throughout Massachusetts, while leveraging approximately $140 million in private investment. Of the applicants this […]

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Plymouth Opens New Harbormaster Facility

This week, Lt. Governor Karyn Polito joined Plymouth Town Manager Melissa Arrighi and local leaders to celebrate the groundbreaking of the town’s new harbormaster facility. The construction of the new facility marks a major step in Plymouth’s multi-phase effort to expand and secure the harbor’s economic capacity for years to […]

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EOHED Listening Sessions to Discuss Massachusetts Economic Plan

Please join Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, Secretary of Housing and Economic Development Mike Kennealy as well as municipal officials, legislators, and community and business leaders for a regional engagement session to inform the Baker-Polito Administration’s economic development strategy for the next four years. These engagement sessions offer an opportunity to […]

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Mass Life Sciences to receive $30 million in capital grant funding in Massachusetts

The Baker-Polito Administration and the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center (MLSC) announced $30.95 million in capital grant funding to support the state’s global leadership in the life sciences sector. In total, 11 projects across Massachusetts are receiving funding through the MLSC’s Competitive Capital Program to support advances in human health, accelerate […]

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Massachusetts Greening the Gateway Cities Program Plants 200,000th Tree in Quincy

This week the Baker-Polito Administration joined City of Quincy officials to celebrate the 20,000th tree planted under the Commonwealth’s Greening the Gateway Cities Program and to highlight the importance of trees within local communities. The administration also announced $140,270 in 2019 Urban and Community Forestry Challenge Grants to fourteen municipalities. […]

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