Contact: Kristiana Sullivan, 860-571-6213
Courtney Hendricson, vice president of municipal services for the Connecticut Economic Resource Center, Inc. (CERC), was interviewed on the Bolton public access television program [Town Administrator’s Report], discussing local municipal economic development challenges and opportunities. The program, hosted by Joyce Stille, Administrative Officer for the Town of Bolton, airs on Tuesdays in September on local access Channel 5.
Hendricson specializes in designing and implementing economic development strategies. As part of CERC’s strategic direction to improve economic development performance in Connecticut, she drives CERC services to municipalities, such as improving the town’s regulatory process, analyzing commercial real estate mix, and providing targeted networking and communication among the local business community.
Prior to joining CERC, Hendricson served as Assistant Town Manager for Enfield, Economic Development Director for Farmington, and Director of Community Development for Connecticut Main Street Center.
The Community Voice Channel (CVC) operates three separate cable channels: Public Access, Educational Access, and Government Access. The mission of Public Access Television is to provide the residents of cities, towns, and municipalities with the ability to produce program content that is of relevance to them and to their communities, at no cost. The Community Voice Channel (CVC) is the non-profit cable access television facility serving the Connecticut towns of Andover, Bolton, Ellington, Hebron, Marlborough, Tolland, and Vernon.