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Message from Arthur Vigeant, Mayor of Marlborough “Welcome to the homepage of the Marlborough Economic Development Corporation (MEDC). Since its inception, the MEDC has been a driving force in establishing our city as one of the premier communities to open and grow your business. Our mission continues to focus on working with our existing commercial tenants and supporting them as their businesses expand, whilst bringing new companies into our city…” read more
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|Marlborough to host Job Fair
September 24, 2014 – Close to 30 job seekers attended a free Résumé Development Workshop at the Embassy Suites Sept. 23, kicking off this year’s Marlborough Works! program. This was the first of three Marlborough Works! events organized by the MEDC as part of Mayor Arthur Vigeant’s initiative to increase local employment. For the first time in the initiative’s three-year run, the MEDC will hold not one, but two free workshops for job seekers, ahead of the flagship Marlborough Works! Job Fair to be held Oct. 7...read more
|Officials welcome Boston Biomedical Associates to Marlborough
September 22, 2014 – Boston Biomedical Associates (BBA) held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Sept. 18 to celebrate its recent move to its new headquarters in Marlborough. The company, which had been located in Northborough, moved its operations to a 20,000-square-foot office at 100 Crowley Drive, located across from Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School.…read more
|MEDC workshop helps businesses access financing
September 14, 2014 – The Marlborough Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) and the Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce (MRCC) have teamed up to help local business owners secure financing for their new or existing ventures. MEDC and MRCC will be hosting a free “Access to Financing” workshop Friday, Sept. 25, from 7:30-9:15 a.m., at The Campus at Marlborough, 110 Campus Drive, UCLA Room.…read more
|The future of downtown? Council to review proposed zoning changes
September 13, 2014 – Mixed-use developments, redesigned buildings, and a parking permit program are among the major proposed changes reflected in a Downtown Village zoning proposal that is now before the City Council. The aim is to reduce development deterrents and increase development incentives in Marlborough’s central district. The zoning proposal reflects months of work by Marlborough Economic Development Corporation, in collaboration with the Metropolitan Area Planning Council.…read more
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