Federal Grants for Small Business in Benson Arizona
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Coc E CER Home Sponsor the CER Press Releases The Indicator Economic Outlook Publications Contact Us Spo SIERRA VISTA ECONOMIC OUTLOOK LUNCHEON JUST AROUND THE CORNER! REGISTER NOW AND JOIN US APRIL 15TH Mark your calendars for April 15, 2009 and click here to register online, or contact us directly. Kay CER Director Robert Carreira, Ph.D. will give an overview of the local, state and national th Registered economy at the 15 Annual Sierra Vista Economic Outlook Luncheon. Chuck Potucek, Sierra Vista City Manager, will speak on current and planned projects within the city. Acco We hope to see you there! Presi DID YOU KNOW SPONSORING THE CER IS TAX-DEDUCTIBLE? Bran 4341 The Cochise College Center for Economic Research offers several opportunities to Sierra V become a sponsor, including sponsoring this biweekly newsletter. Become a sponsor kaylee@no of the Cochise County Economic Update and we’ll proudly display your logo, hyperlinked to your website so our readers can find out more about you! Cell Office Fax To find out other ways you can become a sponsor of the CER with a tax-deductible donation, please click here! Sponsorships are being sought for the Sierra Vista Economic Outlook Luncheon and Publication. Please click here to check out the different sponsorship levels and The Coc associated benefits. We appreciate your support and look forward to hearing from you! Econo reache 1,200 em as well a Below is a compilation of articles from newspapers across Cochise County. Articles are selected for on the inclusion based on their relevancy to the local economy. The Cochise County Economic Update is brought to you biweekly by the Cochise College Center for Economic Research. Get i Be part of everyday Sierra Vista-oply By Susan Tegmeyer AC Special to the Herald/Review Chamber membership can open a new world of opportunities in marketing, advertising and Ad promotions for your business. In addition to the Shop....For more, click here Registration under way for the Sierra Vista economic luncheon LO Herald/Review The registration deadline is April 6 for the 15th annual Sierra Vista Economic Outlook Luncheon, presented by the Cochise College Center for Economic....For more, click here Click to Colonel sees master plan as his legacy at the Intelligence Center By Bill Hess Herald/Review WHAT Operation Facelift has nothing to do with plastic surgery. The operation is the 2020 Master Plan to modernize the training facilities at the Intelligence Center....For more, click here SIGN UP TO FOR THE C Sierra Vista gets stimulus funds for airport. City officials hopeful they can get more money BUSINESS for other projects CONFIDENC By Laura Ory The BLCI m Herald/Review expectations At least $6 million in federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds are headed to Sierra leaders with Vista, and city officials are eyeing possible funding for water....For more, click here future direct and state ec Local leaders push for attention to rural housing obstacles as economic By Derek Jordan trends impac Herald/Review industries. A state think tank sought the input of local leaders on their ideas regarding Arizona’s housing issues on Thursday. Members of the Arizona Town Hall....For more, click here By bringing Cochise Cou develop a se Canadians flocking to Sierra Vista for spring break the county, g By Laura Ory information o Herald/Review expectations It’s “high season” for local tourism, and there’s a noticeable increase of visits from our neighbors to and industry the north. “We’re having many more Canadians,” said....For more, click here help us gain picture from Turquoise Hills to be sold by April; Turquoise Valley sale may follow future econo By Matt Hickman If you’re a bu Herald/Review community l Would you like to own the Turquoise Hills Family Golf Center in Benson? If the answer is yes, log County, plea on to ramlrealty.com after Friday morning and make your....For more, click here become a B sign up, or to County forced to cover Indigent Defense Office budget deficit the BLCI, cl By Shar Porier Herald/Review The Indigent Defense Office of the county has run over budget by $572,000 so far in the fiscal 2008-09 year. The county Board of Supervisors had....For more, click here County hiring freeze ‘working’. But more financial issues lie ahead for supervisors By Shar Porier Herald/Review “The policies that have been enacted are working.” County Administrator Mike Ortega told the county supervisors in the bimonthly budget session that....For more, click here Did You Kn The CER de Unmanned systems corporation might move deductible By Bill Hess keep our do Herald/Review For nearly a quarter of a century AAI has been involved in unmanned aircraft systems with Pioneer BECOME A and Shadow pilotless planes in the local area. Steve Reid, vice....For more, click here The Center New Chamber director Research is By Thelma Grimes department San Pedro Valley News-Sun College. As There's a new face manning the desk for the Benson/San Pedro Valley Chamber of Commerce charged with operating bu since Bob Mucci has taken over as the executive director….For more, click here sponsorship and other so City responds to lawsuit independent By Thelma Grimes annual budg San Pedro Valley News-Sun With the city's response to the $4.7 million lawsuit filed against the City of Benson by the owner of The CER off the Butterfield Shopping Plaza, the process will now enter the….For more, click here of sponsorsh which come sponsorship Now is the time to give By Thelma Grimes If you find th San Pedro Valley News-Sun and services please cons The slowing economy in Benson has caused many senior citizens to say that without help they will CER sponso have to choose between buying medication and buying food….For more, click here CER are tax Council has plenty of work ahead To find out m By Thelma Grimes becoming a San Pedro Valley News-Sun click here. Benson voters decided last week that they would keep the seven City Council members currently seated for the next two years. Mayor Mark Fenn….For more, click here ADOT to spend $16.5 million of stimulus in county By Laura Ory Herald/Review Four Cochise County highway projects were chosen by the State Transportation Board for federal stimulus funding Friday. Three pavement preservation projects....For more, click here Did You Kn Bisbeeites proud of recycling program The CER we By Shar Porier over 7,100 Herald/Review In a freshly painted van, city recycle coordinator Andy Haratyk and his prison work detail have been ADD YOUR bouncing around Bisbee gathering up newspapers....For more, click here SPONSORIN COCHISE C No horse races this year due to lack of funds ECONOMIC By Bruce Whetten Douglas Dispatch The CER is For only the second time in 50 plus years of horse racing there will be no racing this year in sponsors to Douglas. Karen Strongin, manager at the Cochise County Fairgrounds….For more, click here producing an the Cochise Update. City looks at jump starting construction By Larry Blaskey The Update The Douglas Dispatch biweekly via Would reducing or waiving development impact fees act as an impetus for new development or 1,200 busine simply put more financial strain on existing residents?....For more, click here leaders and Cochise Cou Retails sales down; other sectors see gains Arizona. The By Robert Carreira recipients is Special to the Herald/Review growing. In December, Cochise County’s retail sales fell 6.1 percent compared to December a year prior, Sponsors ar after adjusting for inflation. This was the 10 consecutive....For more, click here placement o company/ag Small businesses can benefit from stimulus. SBA workshop coming April 2 sponsor nam Herald/Review the Update. The Arizona District Office of the Small Business Administration is hosting a workshop in Sierra to the spons Vista to discuss both the small-business provisions of the....For more, click here readers can our sponsor Local/state marketplace: business news in brief Sponsorship Herald/Review a single issu Sierra Vista Area Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Installation Reception and Awards Ceremony County Econ will be held on April 1, 5:30 p.m. at Windemere Hotel and Conference....For more, click here on a continu to the CER o A bright spot in the economy, automotive repair shops doing well single issue By Derek Jordan deductible d CER as a C Herald/Review Economic U It’s no secret many people are trying to make their money go farther these days, and some help us in ed businesses are benefiting from this trend. For one local auto....For more, click here and commun residents on affecting Co Bisbee group offers funds for school, cultural projects Herald/Review To become Money is available for scholarships and community grants to support the arts in this city. The Cochise Cou Bisbee Foundation has started its 2009 grant cycle and is....For more, click here Update, or to information a Saving with the sun. For Dave Grieshop, a solar-power system at his Sierra Vista home sponsor, con made sense economically ceroffice@c For more than 300 days a year, the sun brightly shines on Arizona. And Dave Grieshop sees the sun’s energy streaming down to us just going to waste....For more, click here Contact U Rotary gets briefing on SV park projects www.cochis By Ken Brown ceroffice@c Rotary Club Reporter (520) 515-54 John Startt, director of the Sierra Vista Parks and Leisure Services told the Sierra Vista Rotary Club on Monday about the Strategic Plan for the Sierra Vista....For more, click here Court: Tax diversion law constitutional Learn m By Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services sp Herald/Review A 3-year-old law allowing corporations to divert some of their state income taxes to help students attend private and parochial schools is constitutional, the Arizona....For more, click here HC council weighs how to spend grant funds By Derek Jordan Herald/Review The Town Council on Thursday organized top suggestions from the public on how the town shall spend $325,000 in government grants. The money comes from....For more, click here Kay Tombstone district freezes pay hikes Registered By Dana Cole Herald/Review Acco Presi Teachers, administrators and all of Tombstone Unified School District’s support staff will not be seeing a pay increase for the 2009-2010 school year....For more, click here SV council OKs permit for charter school's new facility By Laura Ory Herald/Review Bran The City Council on Thursday approved Berean Academy’s request conditional-use permit for a 4341 new campus the school plans to build this year next to....For more, click here Sierra V kaylee@no Fort celebrates new homes. Project creates civilian-like family housing By Bill Hess Cell Office Herald/Review Fax The first group of homes fitting a new concept for family housing on post was dedicated Thursday morning. “I’ve got a lot of people who can’t wait to move in,”....For more, click here Palominas school district discusses how to deal with tight funding By Ted Morris Herald/Review Tight funds were a key topic of Wednesday’s meeting of Palominas Public School District’s Click h governing board. Much of the discussion focused on....For more, click here out ho Cochise College scholarships available to local students Douglas Dispatch be a sp Nearly $200,000 in scholarships to attend Cochise College in the fall is up for grabs, and almost $20,000 is available only to Douglas High School….For more, click here Stimulus to fund 32 projects on fort By Bill Hess Herald/Review Once the equivalent of an electronic transfer of $18,458,358 is made to the post’s account, action will start on awarding 32 contracts that are funded by the....For more, click here Solar projects being sought in county. Economic development officials discuss ideas By Jonathon Shacat, Wick Communications Arizona Range News Efforts are under way to develop solar power projects in Cochise County, according to discussions that took place at a regional economic….For more, click here Transportation funds distributed to hospital, CCS and schools By Carol Broeder Arizona Range News The Willcox City Council unanimously approved distributing LTAF II grant monies to the Northern Cochise Health Systems Nursing Home, Willcox Unified….For more, click here City financial audit "contains a very good statement," McCourt says By Carol Broeder Arizona Range News Overall, the City of Willcox is in better financial condition than many cities in Arizona, according to a recent financial audit. The city has a financial audit….For more, click here Cochise man proposes large dairy in Sunizona. Despite good intentions, vocal crowd at meeting fights plan By Ainslee S. Wittig Arizona Range News Ratliff Ag Enterprises, L.L.C., of Cochise, is in the process of submitting a request to the Cochise County Planning and Zoning Commission to rezone….For more, click here Groups make case for city's grant funding By Laura Ory Herald/Review An expanded homeless shelter, affordable housing and a mobile home replacement for a family in need were among the projects local groups are hoping....For more, click here Cochise College ups tuition by $3 per credit hour By Ted Morris Herald/Review Cochise College has increased its in-state tuition from $49 to $52 per credit hour. The college’s governing board voted 4-0 on Tuesday to accept the changes....For more, click here Bisbee preparing for charter school programs By Shar Porier Herald/Review Bisbee Unified School District is awaiting word from the state to engage a charter school. During the governing board meeting last Thursday, members voted....For more, click here Bisbee school district explains savings from shorter school week By Shar Porier Herald/Review Bisbee Unified School District could save around $500,000 by going to a four-day school week, according to district officials. Ken Garland, the district’s....For more, click here Business news in brief Herald/Review The Small Business Development Center at Cochise College is hosting the following events: “Developing a Business Plan” — A six-week course, beginning....For more, click here Even in a recession, some companies are hiring By Christopher S. Rugaber, Associated Press Herald/Review Help wanted: pharmacists, engineers and nurses. Believe it or not, even some banks are hiring, at least for their technology teams. While the recession has....For more, click here Workers sought for upcoming Census By Thelma Grimes San Pedro Valley News-Sun The information in the U.S. Census is used for research, predictions of trends and planning, but the data must be gathered every 10 years. The last….For more, click here Note: The Cochise College Center for Economic Research compiles the news stories in the Cochise County Economic Update as a public service, without making any warranty, express or implied, or assuming any legal liability or responsibility for the timeliness, accuracy, completeness, or usefulness, or representing that its distribution or use would not infringe on privately owned rights. The reader assumes the entire risk as to the accuracy and the use of this document and any related or linked documents. If you’d prefer not to receive the Economic Update, please reply to this email and type REMOVE in the email subject block. 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