Columbia Real Estate Update 8-29-2011
TODAY'S HEADLINES / AUG. 29, 2011
The Federal Aviation Administration gave the Boeing Co. the go-ahead to begin manufacturing its 787 Dreamliner planes. The approval is the result of an eight-year application process.
U.S. Rep. James Clyburn, D-S.C., will host a public forum Tuesday at Voorhees College to discuss priorities in his role as a member of the 12-member Congressional super-committee that has been tasked with deciding on more than $1 trillion in cuts to federal spending.
The events begin tonight at John’s Island and will be held in the Midlands and Upstate. Events offer small business owners chance to learn about new law and share ideas about how to implement it in South Carolina. Information also will be offered on small business health plan.
About $16.3 million in Community Development Block Grant funds have been awarded to 37 communities across South Carolina, and will benefit more than 23,000 residents, the state Department of Commerce announced.
The former HealthSouth facility at 134 East Rebound Road in Lancaster, a 33,000 square foot health care office facility will be redeveloped for health care use, said Grubb & Ellis| Wilson Kibler said.
Hawkes Learning Systems is seeking a full-time sales professional in educational courseware based in Charleston. A successful candidate should have one to three years' experience. A bachelor's degree, 3.5 GPA, and strong math skills are required. Duties include nationwide travel to sales presentations, trade shows, and implementation meetings; heavy phone work; market research; and maintenance of contact database. Learn more or apply here.
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