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We’re looking for nominations for Howell Citizen of the Year, other community awards

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The Howell Area Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for its Citizen of the Year award, presented annually to a person who has made a significant contribution to the quality of life in the Howell area over a period of years. Nominees should be persons of high character who have…

MIOSHA Training: Effective Safety & Health Training set for Oct. 29

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Could you use some suggestions and ideas for creating and conducting effective workplace health and safety training? If so, this program is for you. Strategies that work best for adult learners will be discussed including the use of activities to make training both fun and effective. This class is designed…

Want to broaden your customer base? Advertise in the annual guide

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One of the best, most cost-effective and easiest marketing decisions you can make this year is to advertise in the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce’s 2015 Community Guide & Membership Directory. The guide is the definitive source for information on the Howell chamber’s membership, area economic development, and the Livingston…

What are you tolerating and how does it affect productivity?

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October’s Lunch & Learn program, presented by Jill Haas from Infinite Happyness, will focus on supporting your productivity. The program is set for 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 15, at the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce, 123 E. Washington St. in downtown Howell. Ask yourself these questions: Are…

Economic indicators pointing up in Livingston County

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A seller’s market in Livingston County real estate, a record number of building permits, increased equity in homes, major decrease in foreclosures, major manufacturing investments, development around the Latson Road interchange, and a jail expansion are all signs that the economy is heading up in Livingston County. That was the…