It starts with this:
"Given the discordant discourse surrounding the LCIC, objectively measuring its impact on the local economy is necessary. Measuring economic development outcomes is a challenging endeavor. Oftentimes, officials resort to simply counting jobs created and/or retained because of the difficulties surrounding appropriate outcome measurements."
And ends with this conclusion:
"An objective examination of the total economic impact of only these two LCIC deals: 327 new jobs, $58 million in increased output, and $15.9 million in new labor income within Lucas County provides validation to Commissioners Gerken and Wozniak for their bold action in support of the LCIC."
But read the entire article yourself and remember - Sattler is a, now, former LCIC employee driven away by the actions of Ben Konop.