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    The Monroe County Business Development Corp. has been helping industries and business capitalize on the opportunities to locate in this dynamic area of Southeast Michigan.

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    When you want a community that offers a small town feel with big city advantages, then Monroe County is your one stop shop.

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    Grow Your Business

    It is the mission of the Monroe County Business Development Corporation (BDC) to create job growth and capital investment in our community.

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    Local Resources

    his business membership organization focuses on providing value for its members, enhancing the business climate in the Monroe County area.

News & Events

SBA to Hold Roundtable for Small Business Owners

SBA to Hold Roundtable for Small Business Owners

Looking to take your small business to it’s highest potential?  Attend the upcoming roundtable for small business owners at the Monroe Community College La-Z-Boy Center on July 11th.

SBA District Director Gerald Moore will host a small business roundtable as part of an ongoing tour of every county in our state.  We want to listen and find out your needs …

Mercy Memorial Hospital System Launches Medical Center

Mercy Memorial Hospital System Launches Medical Center

It’s a blend of healing and learning that might provide better access to basic health care for thousands of Monroe County resi­dents.

Mercy Memorial Hospital System inaugu­rated its Family Medical Residency Center at 650 Stewart Rd. Wednesday, offering medical care to a range of patients, “from grandbabies to grandmas,” said Dr. Susan Hulsemann, di­rector of the new MMHS residency program.…

Monroe City Councilman Christopher Bica Resigns

Monroe City Councilman Christopher Bica Resigns

Monroe City Council will now be looking to fill a vacancy after councilman Christopher Bica announced his resignation.

The news came about on Monday night (June 17) when Bica submitted a letter regarding his immediate departure after over 3 years on staff for the 3rd Precinct.

Read by the city’s clerk-treasurer Charles Evans, Bica explained in the letter it had …