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Edinburgh, INInside Indiana Business

Edinburgh Looks for Economic Development Support

EDINBURGH - The Bartholomew County town of Edinburgh does not want to miss out on opportunities for economic growth, so it is taking steps to join the Greater Columbus Economic Development Corp. Our partners at the Daily Journal report the town of 4,400 people is looking for support to recruit businesses to the area, expand and support current businesses and advise local governments.
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Knoxville, IAkniakrls.com

East Elementary Demolition Underway

Demolition has begun at East Elementary School in Knoxville. When the contractor completes demolition, construction will soon begin on a new housing development this fall through the Knoxville Economic Development Commission.
Lynn, MADaily Item

Mayoral candidate Cyr states his case for new development in Lynn

LYNN — City Council President and mayoral candidate Darren Cyr voiced his opinions for two new developments on Blossom Street and Essex Street during last week’s Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) meeting. The meeting drew a crowd of people opposed to the construction of condominiums at 150 Blossom St., which...
Great Barrington, MAiBerkshires.com

Two Berkshire Residents Join CDCSB Board of Directors

GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — Community Development Corporation of South Berkshire (CDCSB) welcomed two new members to its Board of Directors. Don Eaton, of Stockbridge, and Joe Grachmal, of Great Barrington, were elected to serve a three-year term this week on the nonprofit's Board of Directors. Don Eaton is an account...
Madison, SDamazingmadison.com

East River Electric hires Fosheim as Economic Development Manager

East River Electric Power Cooperative in Madison has named a new Economic Development Manager. Eric Fosheim, who most recently served as the executive director of the Lake Area Improvement Corporation, will take over the position at East River at the end of August. Fosheim will lead East River’s economic development...
Dayton, OHDayton Daily News

Dayton NACCP hosts town hall on economic opportunities Monday night

The Dayton unit of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is scheduled to host a town hall Monday night addressing economic development and employment opportunities. The town hall, titled “Economic Development Strategy 2022 and Beyond”, will be available on Zoom and on the Dayton NAACP Facebook page...
Alpharetta, GAPosted by
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Alpharetta approves next round in jobs creation grant program

The Alpharetta City Council recently approved a third contract for the Alpharetta Jobs Creation Grant Program for the period July 01, 2021 through June 30, 2022. For each job created in Alpharetta by a new or expanding business that qualifies for the Georgia Job Tax Credit Program and for which a current resident of Alpharetta is hired, the city will pay the business a direct grant of $250 to $500 per new employee up to a maximum cumulative amount of $80,000. The grant may be claimed for eligible new full-time, permanent jobs at the Alpharetta facility and may be claimed in years two and three if the Alpharetta resident continues to be employed.
Charlottesville, VANBC 29 News

BRACE grant deadline extended

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - The deadline for Charlottesville businesses to grab some extra, necessary funds has been extended. The new deadline for applications for the Building Resiliency Among Charlottesville Entrepreneurs (BRACE) grant is Thursday, July 29 at 5. This is the second wave of these grants and the requirements are...
Moultrie, GAMoultrie Observer

Lowe's grant to help develop downtown breezeway

MOULTRIE, Ga – A Downtown Moultrie project is moving forward with the help of a national home-improvement chain. The City of Moultrie revealed on July 20 that it had been chosen to participate in Lowe's 100 Hometowns Grant, an initiative that seeks to aid 100 community projects nationwide. One of...
Indianola, IAkniakrls.com

Let’s Talk Indianola – Rental Inspection Program Meetings

The City of Indianola is holding a pair of public meetings regarding the upcoming rental inspection program. Today’s Let’s Talk Indianola features Community and Economic Development Director Charlie Dissell and Intern Emily Rizvic about those meetings and the program. Podcast: Play in new window | Download. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts |...
Sturgis, MIabc57.com

Governor Whitmer announces economic development grants supporting jobs in Sturgis

ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, Mich. – New economic development grants aimed at the RV industry will bring 450 new jobs to Sturgis, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced Monday. The grants support two new RV manufacturing campuses, Cruiser RV and Heartland Recreational Vehicles, in Sturgis. “Michigan’s business climate and highly skilled manufacturing...
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