MAYVILLE – The Jamestown Renaissance Corporation will soon have a new staff member.
During Wednesday night’s Chautauqua County Legislature meeting it was announced that county deputy planning director Mark Geise would be leaving county government to work with JRC starting in January as it’s new Senior Planning Director. County executive Vince Horrigan made the announcement while recognizing Geise for his numerous accomplishments while working for the county.
JRC has been seeking a new number two since deputy director Peter Lombardi left the organization for a position in the private sector. However, Lombardi will still be assisting JRC as a contracted consultant.
The executive director of JRC is Greg Lindquist, who tells WRFA more details about Geise’s new role with JRC will be announced in the near future.
The Jamestown Renaissance Corporation is a public-private partnership founded in 2006 to support the development and implementation of revitalization strategies and projects in downtown Jamestown.