Columbia Real Estate Update 10-3-2011
TODAY'S HEADLINES / OCT. 3, 2011
The Hartsville-based packaging company is opening of an on-campus health and wellness center to serve the 1,600 employees working at its Hartsville plant.
The $52.8 million, 2.4% increase in electric rates will go into effect Oct. 30. Increased revenues will help build the two new nuclear generating units near Jenkinsville.
The supplier to the automotive, aerospace, and lawn and garden industries will add at least 20 new jobs at its Darlington County facility.
Robert W. Price Jr. has been named chairman of the Richland-Lexington Airport Commission.
The merger combines two practices that have traditionally focused on civil litigation, with a team of six litigators.
Andrea Lavorn Jackson, 30, was sentenced last week in U.S. District Court for conspiracy to possess, pass, buy and sell counterfeit money.
Dale Carnegie Training of S.C. is seeking a sales consultant in Columbia, S.C. The successful candidate will create new business with companies and manage existing client relationships. Learn more or apply here.
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