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Economic Development

County Jailer Randall Lowman

221 Stanley Reed Court St.
Maysville, KY 41056

Phone: (606) 564-6706
Fax: (606) 564-7315


Randall Olmstead Lowman was named as the new Executive Director of the Maysville-Mason County Industrial Authority. In 1993 Mr. Lowman graduated from the Economic Development Institute at the University of Oklahoma. At the Institute he authored his thesis titled: The impact the Clean Air Act on Surface Coal Mining in Illinois. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from Illinois State University and a Master of Science degree from Western Illinois University, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude and Phi Kappa Phi. Mr. Lowman has worked in economic and industrial development for over 25 years in Kansas, Illinois, and Kentucky. During his tenure in the 1990's as Industrial Development Director in London-Laurel County, Kentucky, he administered projects that created 2,017 jobs and increased the local Equalized Assessed Valuation by $250 million. His professional experiences include work force development, job retention and expansion work, industrial park development, revolving loan fund administration, utility, road, and industrial spec building construction, retail and commercial project oversight, grant writing, and Tax Increment Financing Program administration.

Mr. Lowman notes several areas of work and future projects emphasis in Maysville and Mason County.
1. Build the local workforce.
2. Increase our utilization of CSX Railroad and the Port Authority.
3. Work to retain the DPL power plant facility and their employees.
4. Establish strong ties in Frankfort with the Cabinet for Economic Development, Work Force development, and Career Centers.
5. Focus on job expansion and retention with our local industries.
6. Promote Regionalism for future development efforts.
7. Realize our potential in the mining industry and with expanded river and shipping activity.
8. Initiate a Strong Coalition with local city and county officials and agencies, along with their staff: We all work together as a Team.
9. Understand the importance of agriculture and the food industry in the overall economy.

I consider it a great honor to serve as the Executive Director of the Maysville-Mason County Industrial Development Authority. Together as a team we will accomplish great results in Maysville and mason County, Kentucky.

The Story on Randall Lowman

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