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Use this template to describe the economic impact of your proposal. For example will your plan create or preserve jobs. Will it encourage population growth or attract businesses to your town. Will it attract tourists to your area. Will it bring more income to your organization or to others. Or will there negative impact if your plan is not implemented. Discuss all these aspects here. Introduce the topic of economic impact here and explain how it figures into your proposal. You may need to describe the history of your area or business the assumptions you are making about the future or the projections made by experts. Then go on to describe the economic impact point by point below. You can also word the points below to compare and contrast projected positive outcomes vs. projected negative outcomes. For example some metropolitan areas could gain or lose sports or entertainment venues or even corporate facilities depending on changes in regulations or in funding. You could use Point below to discuss the benefits of gaining or retaining venue or business entity and then use Point to discuss what is likely to happen in the loss of that venue or entity. Economic Impact Point #1 e. g. " Job Preservation " " Creating Tourist Attraction " or " Increased Revenues for XYZ Company" Describe the details of this impact here. For example you might list the new opportunities or amounts of revenue that will be created or lost depending on whether your proposal is accepted. Economic Impact Point #2 Describe the details of this impact here. Economic Impact Point #3
Describe the details of this impact here.