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  • December Port Authority

    The Medina County Port Authority December meeting will be held virtually on December 1, 2021 at 8:00am. To access the Zoom meeting, go to:
    Meeting ID: 825 9713 2517
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Medina County Fiber Network
The Medina County Port Authority’s (MCPA) fiber optic cable network consists of 151 miles of dark fiber throughout Medina County, connecting all major metropolitan areas in the County with 144 strands of dark fiber and providing connectivity to the existing fiber network in the City of Wadsworth.

Digestive Disease Consultants of Medina, Inc.
Acquisition, construction, installation and equipping of a new 40,000 square foot medical office facility. Project allowed Digestive Disease Consultants to expand their practice by adding exam rooms, additional beds and procedure rooms.

Superior Roll Forming
Superior Roll Forming is a family-owned metal forming company in Medina County, Ohio. They have been supplying parts for the automotive, construction, environmental, furniture, and retail fixture industries for over 50 years.

The Village of Seville
The Village of Seville, Ohio is a relatively small municipality in southern Medina County. The village planned to renovate an existing building to house an expanded Town Hall. The municipality’s water filtration facility, serving over 1100 customers, also needed to be upgraded.

Innovation Park
“The 21st Century Premier Business Location”
Innovation Park is planned as the 21st Century premier business location designed to retain and provide employment for a technologically trained workforce.

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