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Tuesday, June 23, 2009

New Web site for Office of Economic Development

NEW HAVEN — The city New Haven Office of Economic Development has launched a new Web site.
The intent of the site is "to assist in communication between the city, residents, business leaders, and those interested in relocating to New Haven," officials said in a statement.
"Despite a slumping national economy, New Haven continues moving forward with development projects and assisting businesses to grow or move to our city," Kelly Murphy, director of economic development said in a statement. "It’s great that we now have a user-friendly tool to share this information with our residents, the business community and people who are interested in finding our what and who we are as a city and why they should think about locating in New Haven."
The site is intended to provide information on key development projects as well as other useful resources for business, including links, the statement said.
The Office of Economic Development welcomes any suggestions, and encourages visitors to fill out an online feedback form, the statement said, at or to contact the department at 946-2366.
This new site is accessed through, by either clicking on the Business button, then the Economic Development button or by clicking on the Government button, then the City Departments button, then Economic Development. The direct link is:


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