Driving economic development and business success in Johnson County and the southside of Indianapolis.
Development to Begin on new 19-Acre Bargersville Park

The Town of Bargersville will begin to make a long-term vision reality next year. Kephart Park on County Road 144 and Saddle Club Road will eventually feature nature trails, a playground, a community center and an amphitheater. 

Preparing to Apply for Payroll Protection Loan Forgiveness? Start Here.

Under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), loans may be forgiven if borrowers use the proceeds to maintain their payrolls and pay other specified expenses. PPP borrowers must apply for loan forgiveness with the lender that processed the loan. The US Treasury Department and Small Business Administration have provided information on forgiveness, including FAQs and the new EZ form for qualified borrowers. 

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This Week's Aspire Member Highlights!
Renewed Members

A Piece of Cake - Slice of Pie LLC
Avison Young
BioLife Plasma Services
Jackson County Bank
Mark's Vacuum & Janitorial Supply
Morse Moving & Storage
Red Roof Inn
Smythe & Co. Real Estate
New Members

Indiana Wesleyan University Greenwood
JLW Turf Group and Supply LLC
South Park Investors, LLC
Handel's Homemade Ice Cream Greenwood
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Aspire Community Matters

Wednesday, October 28th
3:30pm - 5:00pm
Greenwood Amphitheater

Aspire Membership 101

Thursday, October 29th
8:30am - 9:30am
Aspire Greenwood Office

Community Engagement Team

Monday, November 16th
10:00am - 11:30am
Virtual Meeting

Community Engagement Team is excited to host a Zoom panel discussion on Building Welcoming Communities.  The panel will feature Maria Pimentel-Gannon, a Board Member and Natural Helper with the Immigrant Welcome Center in Indianapolis, Rondell Treviño, Founder/Director at the Immigration Coalition in Austin, Texas, Wendy Preilis, the Adult Learning Center Coordinator at Johnson County Public Library, Christie Popp, Immigration Attorney from Popp & Bullman in Bloomington, Molly Hilligoss from Welcoming America and Hilary Kahn, Associate Vice Chancellor for International Affairs at IUPUI.

Member Expert Article: See Tracks, Think Train
By: Jeremy Kramer, Vice President, Louisville & Indiana Railroad
March 2020 was poised to be another month of positive carload growth for railroads across the country. The collective railroad industry was able to maintain solid rail traffic weeks into the pandemic, but April saw an over 20% decrease of total carloads (including intermodal) and numbers lower than 2008 downturn. Throughout it all though American railroads, and our professional employees, have continued to move the goods needed for Americans with surprising efficiency.

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