Group Establishes Plan to Address Bias and Racism, while also Increasing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Rutland, Vt. – Disturbed by recent national and local events related to racism, Rutland County’s leading economic development organization took a stand on Tuesday on behalf of diversity, inclusion, and its broader community. The Board of Chamber and Economic Development of the Rutland Region (CEDRR) approved a resolution Tuesday denouncing bias and discrimination and creating a new committee to
The newly-merged Rutland Economic Development Corporation and Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce have a new name and a renewed focus on serving its membership and the communities within the greater Rutland Region. The organizations will begin operating under the name Chamber and Economic Development of the Rutland Region. This name change reflects the unification of the two organizations following a unanimous vote by their board of directors on July 30 to pursue the merger, which was finalized on Sept.
For Immediate Release: July 30, 2020Contact: Lyle Jepson 802-345-3590 John Casella II 802-236-3442 Laurie Mecier-Brochu 802-770-2249 Chamber, REDC to Merge to Improve Community Development, ServicesMore Efficient Organization Will Better Serve Region, Businesses RUTLAND, Vt. – Two of Rutland County’s key community and economic development organizations have decided to merge. The boards of Rutland Economic Development Corporation and Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce voted unanimously Thursday
Lakes & Home Real Estate recently opened bringing together real estate professionals offering years of expertise. They strive to deliver the perfect buying and selling experience. Whether you are looking for waterfront property on Lake Bomoseen, Lake St. Cather or Lake Beebe or any smaller lake in the region or any home in the Rutland Region their agents are ready to assist and help you achieve your real estate goals. For a list of their Realtors, listing or more information be sure to check out
Rutland Economic Development Corporation (REDC) announced Tuesday that it has received authorization to offer an Emergency Loan Program through its Revolving Loan Fund to assist businesses that are impacted by COVID-19. USDA Rural Development has authorized REDC to use $150,000 from its Revolving Loan Fund for the COVID-19 Emergency Loan Program. Businesses and organizations can apply for these loans to cover expenses and operating costs during this time. Highlights of the Emergency Loan Program include