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#YeahTHATAgenda: Reedy River's Cleveland Park Makeover, Southern Connector, SC Volvos, GSP Traffic Record, Ghost Kitchens, Space Force

Feb 20, 2019 10:18AM ● By Chris Haire

How 250 acres off the Southern Connector could unlock Greenville’s economic future (Greenville News)

Breastfeeding could become easier for working moms with this SC proposal. Here’s how. (The State)

Travelers Rest Farmers Market Accepting 2019 Vendor Applications (TR Tribune)

A Taste of Home serves soul food classics in Woodruff (Herald-Journal)

New SC rules could keep your rented golf cart, moped off the road (The State)

Honda to Shut Plant in Brexit-Shaken Britain (Manufacturing.Net)

The race to 5G wireless tech is on. A report finds Americans may have an early lead. (Washington Post)

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50 Most Influential
Dean Hybl
Ten at the Top
Executive Director

Since becoming the first full-time executive director of Ten at the Top in 2010, Dean Hybl has coordinated the organization’s efforts to convene and connect stakeholders from across the Upstate around issues that impact economic vitality and quality of life. In 2018, Hybl led TATT’s efforts to build collective capacity around key issues such as transportation and mobility, 
education and workforce, community vibrancy, sustainable growth, and supporting the Upstate’s entrepreneurial ecosystem. The Connecting Our Future Mobility & Connectivity Initiative completed phase one in 2018 with the unveiling of a regional mobility vision. In 2018, TATT and Public Education Partners co-hosted the first-ever meeting of Upstate K-12 Public School Superintendents, College/University Presidents & Provosts, and Business/Economic Development leaders. That meeting led to the formation of a regional task force looking at how to collectively address the growing K-12 teacher shortage. Overall, TATT engaged nearly 5,000 participants in more than 100 regional events in 2018.