In an effort to help secure jobs and bring in additional revenue for the city of Geneva, State Representative Casey Kozlowski (R-Pierpont) has continued to work to secure funding for Pairings, the proposed Geneva Wine and Culinary Center, which is estimated to raise as much as $4.5 million in annual revenue and employ 20 full-time employees and 30 part-time or seasonal employees.

The facility, which would feature a restaurant, winery, offices, and retail stores, would enhance tourism in the 99th District and foster economic development and investment. To help secure funds for the project, Rep. Kozlowski has been working with the Ohio Department of Development to obtain additional funds in order to create jobs for the region.

“My office has been working hand in hand with numerous businesses within the district to help revitalize Ashtabula County,” Kozlowski said. “We had excellent dialogue with the Department of Development and the Governor’s Office while exploring every avenue to help expand business in the county. Pairings is an excellent idea that brings a lot of excitement to the area, and most importantly, it will bring jobs.”

The culinary center is anticipated to draw tourists to Ashtabula County and ensure the vitality of the downtown area.


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