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September 6th, 2010
As Dave Wood becomes the city's mayor this week, he also ties up his job at 1st Source Bank. He leaves behind complex projects where you don't just hand over a box of files and say bye-bye.
A busy transition lies ahead. He gave 1st Source his two-week notice Friday. And he expects to keep answering questions.
He'd also like to expand partnerships with the University of Notre Dame and its nanotechnology efforts. He's heard that nanotechnology could be one of the biggest drivers of economic development.
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