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Governor’s Council gives nod to Fantasy 5K

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The Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness, Health and Sports has recognized the Fantasy 5K  as a quality physical activity event. As a result, the Fantasy 5K will be included in the Pure Michigan FITness Series endorsement program. The Fantasy 5K is part of the Fantasy of Lights celebration in downtown…

ChamberConnect set for Oct. 2 at Harry and David

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The October ChamberConnect is set for 3:45-5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct.. 2, at Harry and David, 1475 N. Burkhart Rd., Ste. 240G at the Tanger Outlet Center in Howell. There will be light refreshments and door prizes. Cost is $10 for members and $25 for non-members. Reservations are binding. You can…

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…

Detroit bankruptcy focus of Oct. 8 Good Morning Livingston

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The October Good Morning Livingston program, “An Insider’s Look at Detroit’s Bankruptcy,” will feature Bill Nowling, the Brighton resident who is communications director for Kevyn Orr, Detroit’s emergency financial manager. Nowling will provide an up-close look at how Detroit’s restructuring is going, and he will be taking questions from the…

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…