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Bob Vackar and Robert Lucio provided leaders with the Edinburg EDC and the Edinburg Chamber of Commerce with highlights of the economic impact generated by the homegrown company, and explained how that data is used to benefit the entire city.
The City of McAllen is hosting the event in conjunction with the McAllen Chamber of Commerce and the McAllen Economic Development Corporation.
Edinburg City Council to participate in local share-costing of a planned $4.2 million roadway improvement – primarily funded by the state – that will help promote economic development and public safety in southwest Edinburg and northwest Pharr.
Edinburg residents will have the opportunity to review exhibits, documents, and other materials relating to the city’s planned $1,954,046 transformation of West McIntyre Street, from South 4th Street to South 10th Street, into a pedestrian-friendly, environmentally-appealing corridor that will help promote business development, cultural activities, transportation, and tourism for the city’s downtown.
Outgoing Harlingen EDC President gave a report on RSTEC activities to his Board of Directors...
Duke Energy is building a large-scale wind farm in Willacy County that will generate 200 megawatts of electricity, enough to power roughly 60,000 homes.
The Harlingen Economic Development Corporation will sponsor a new training program for entrepreneurs.
Regal Beloit Corp. was the proud recipient of the Employer Award of Excellence for the Workforce Solutions Lower Rio area, which honors companies that are actively involved with their local workforce board and make a positive impact on employers, workers, and the community.
In the Hidalgo County Commissioners’ Court meeting which was held Tuesday morning on March 20, 2012, Hidalgo County approved renewal of their membership with Rio South Texas Economic Council (RSTEC)