In this story from the Akron Legal News, Davey is recognized as one of two corporate anchor tenants in Downtown Kent.
Published Sept. 26, 2013
When the economic downturn began in the United States over five years ago, many local governments began cutting back, but that wasn’t the case in the city of Kent. Instead of watching their pennies, officials in Portage County’s largest city embarked on a massive downtown revitalization project.
“At the start of the downturn our city was in a state of disrepair,” said Daniel D. Smith, economic development director in Kent. “We had many blighted blocks in the downtown, which had accumulated over a few decades.”
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