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New rec director is a familiar face

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Former Howell mayor, Howell Citizen of the Year, and former chamber board chair Paul Rogers is the new director of the Howell Area Recreation Authority. His appointment comes after a nation-wide search to replace Deborah Mikula, who resigned in May. Rogers’ community experience is extensive. In addition to being a…

$10 million in training funds available through State of Michigan

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Funds to increase the skills of workers are available through the State of Michigan’s Skilled Trades Training Fund for occupations in which there is a documented talent need. This is a competitive grant program, and it is anticipated that demand for funding will be significant, so interested companies should apply…

Shine the Light campaign remembers victims of domestic violence

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LACASA Center of Livingston County launches a new Shine the Light campaign this October in remembrance of domestic violence victims and in honor of survivors’ courage. Area businesses and residents are invited to shine purple lights in store windows and porch lights. Purple string lights and individual bulbs are available…

Guide for working with government, corporate buyers available at no charge

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The American Chamber of Commerce Executives released the 2014 edition of “Braddocks’s The Winning Edge: How Government and Corporate Buyers Select a Small Business Supplier.” This is a practical guide for small-to-medium-sized businesses that provides important insights into the decision-making process within the government and large corporations, with emphasis on…

County permit guidebook now available

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As an initiative of Advantage Livingston’s strategic growth plan, a guidebook to navigate through the regulatory processes of Livingston County’s governmental departments is now available. Most often the initial contact any resident, developer or builder has with the regulatory process occurs when a development is still an idea. At this…