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MIchael Bloomberg Announces 'American Cities Initiative' to the Amount of $200 Million
Article by James Brasuell, Planetizen.com
Michael R. Bloomberg will throw his financial might into helping beleaguered American mayors, creating a $200 million philanthropic program aimed at backing inventive policies at the city level and giving mayors a stronger hand in national politics."
Energy loans paid off Through a Long-term Assessment Added to Property Taxes
Cleveland.com article by John Funk of the The Plain Dealer discusses Greenworks Lending who are looking for owners of medium and small buildings to cut their energy bills through loans that will be paid off through a long-term assessment added to property taxes.
A Connecticut-based private finance company has expanded...
Tri-C Trustees Vote to put 0.5-mill Bond Issue on November Ballot
By Rachel Abbey McCafferty of Crain's Cleveland Business
The issue, if passed, would support a number of construction and renovation projects at Tri-C's campuses around the region."
IRS News for Business July 2017
IRS NEWS FOR BUSINESS July 2017
The IRS will be hosting three web-conferences this summer for small business owners, or people who work with small business owners. The 45 minute web-conferences are live and the speakers will take questions from the attendees. Time: 11am Eastern, 10am...
Commercial Construction Index
2nd Quarter USG + U.S. Chamber of Commerce Commercial Construction Index
The business leaders and dedicated workers that comprise America’s commercial construction industry play a vital role in steering the U.S. economy. More than 3 million Americans work in commercial and nonresidential construction, and the...
Mayor Frank Jackson Concerned About Senate Approved Budget
In the Cleveland.com article by Robert Higgs, Mayor Jackson outlines the several other areas of concern.
There are a number of changes in the budget that may have a positive impact on the city of Cleveland, but there are also a handful of items that would negatively impact our city."
OSHA Issues Proposal to Extend July 1 Deadline for Submitting Electronic Injury and Illness Records
According to the Department of Government and Public Affairs OSHA has issued a proposal to extend July 1 deadline for submitting electronic injury and illness records. They also announced intent to review controversial record-keeping rule covering drug testing. On June 28, 2017, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration...
Construction to Begin in July on the new East 34th Street Rapid Station
By James Ewinger, The Plain Dealer
The $7.5 million project will make the new Campus Station accessible to persons with disabilities and will be a major boost to the Opportunity Corridor and the Campus District."
Minimum Wage Raise is Back on the Table in Cleveland
By Peter Krouse, Cleveland.com
A recent court ruling means a referendum that aims to raise the minimum wage in Cleveland well above the statewide minimum could be back in play."
Small Business Support Program Expanded in Cuyahoga County
Article by Jay Miller of Crain's Cleveland Business
The expansion will open up the program to three more inner-ring suburbs. The county said it will solicit applications from all of the 22 cities around the core city and pick three to work with in this round of funding."