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Job Posting

01/15/2019

We are Hiring an Administrative Assistant! About the Joint Economic & Community Development Board (JECDB) of Wilson County The Joint Economic & Community Development Board of Wilson County is a governmental economic development agency. The communities of Mt. Juliet, Lebanon, Watertown and Wilson County comprise the JECDB and participate in funding of the organization. The JECDB is focused on industrial, office, retail and business recruiting. The recruiting efforts are part of a strategic plan to increase and diversify the overall tax base of Wilson County. In addition, the JECDB serves the existing business base for Wilson County

Meeting Notice

01/04/2019

The Joint Economic & Community Development Board of Directors will meet at 7:30 AM on Tuesday, January 22, 2019 at 200 Aviation Way, Suite 207, Lebanon.

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Tennessee College of Applied Technology in Lebanon

10/09/2014

A Wilson County technical training center to be operated by the Tennessee Board of Regents at the old Lebanon High School vocational building which has been vacant along with the entire old Lebanon High building on Harding Drive since the school opened a new campus in 2012 could be open for students in January.

Under Armour, Inc. to Create 1,500 New Jobs in Mt. Juliet

10/09/2014

Governor Haslam, Commissioner Hagerty Announce Under Armour, Inc. to Create 1,500 New Jobs in Mt. Juliet New Distribution Center Brings More Than $100 Million Investment in Wilson County.

Executive Director's Message

01/07/2014

Each year the Nashville Business Journal publishes the results of The Beacon Centers most and least business friendly cities in Tennessee.

Amazon Grand Opening

10/08/2013

Amazon Fulfillment Center held a grand opening event at its new 1.2 million square foot facility in Lebanon on August 22nd. More...

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October 2014

10/09/2014

"Are we There Yet?"


Many of us either as a child or parent has spoken and/or heard this immortal question. While it is always comforting to know ones beginning and ending in many areas of our lives and work it is not possible. Such is the case in the field of economic development. More...

July 2014

07/17/2014

"Tear Down This Wall"


This month it has been twenty-seven years since then President Ronald Reagan told Soviet President Gorbachev to "tear down this wall"! The event was in reference of course to the wall which separated East and West Germany. While not as historic, the same words are applicable in the field of economic development. Todays walls can and are identified not only by physical structures but by city limits, growth boundaries and service areas. Successful communities work to tear down those walls of separation and not to validate or strengthen. More...

January 2014

01/15/2014

Starting Out the New Year


Each year the Nashville Business Journal publishes the results of The Beacon Centers most and least business friendly cities in Tennessee. In its most recent ranking, Ms. Jamie McGee of the Journal discussed the findings which listed Lebanon (6th) and Mt. Juliet (4th) among the largest fifty cities in Tennessee. I thought it important to discuss these rankings and why we should take this as a call for further thought and action. More...

October 2013

10/08/2013

Successful Communities Contribute to States Top Ranking


Tennessee’s “Fall Season” is confirmed in many different ways. It is exhibited through our numerous fall festivals, great weather and the heightened interest and support of our favorite football programs. In the world of economic development, fall is confirmed when national trade magazines publish their rankings of best states to do business. In Area Development’s third quarter publication, Tennessee received a sixth place ranking among the nation’s top ten states. More...