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Harlingen's commercial building permits increased two hundred and twenty-nine percent in the value through the first four months of 2013 versus the same time period a year ago.
Alamo Economic Development Corporation (Alamo EDC) has made a proactive effort to help small business owners within the City of Alamo obtain the capital they need which has created jobs in the community.
MISSION, TX - April 15, 2013 – Jim Vander Kolk, President, Royal Technologies Corporation, announced that after much consideration between Mission and other sites, the company has chosen to expand its operations in Mission, Texas.
On March 26, 2013, the Port of Brownsville Board of Commissioners unanimously approved the TIGER IV Grant Agreement from the U.S. Department of Transportation. The Grant will be administered by the Maritime Administration and is in the amount of $12,000,000.
Rio South Texas Economic Development Council (RSTEC), which is a regional economic development group consisting of 22 diffent economic development entities, chambers of commerce, education institutions and workforce boards, is designed to bring outside investment and job creation to the region.