Columbia SC Real Estate Update 3-14-11
TODAY'S HEADLINES / MARCH 14, 2011
A group of chamber of commerce executives from 19 chambers and 11 counties will jointly announce the formation of the Midstate Chambers Coalition on Tuesday.
Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport and Southwest Airlines concluded a weekend-long celebration Monday of the low-cost airline’s arrival in the Upstate. GSP Executive Director Dave Edwards said that he has his sights on another low-fare carrier.
The Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research will host the 2011 International Conference on Sustainable Automotive Technologies in Greenville.
Gov. Nikki Haley used her executive authority to create a new post in her administration, that of State Inspector General. She named veteran government watchdog George Schroeder to the post.
The S.C. Department of Health and Human Services has reorganized the Medicaid program’s Bureau of Long Term Care and Behavioral Health Services and named Sam Waldrep deputy director.
The Carolina Agri-Solutions Growers Association’s seventh annual Research, Agriculture, Industry and Nature conference will bring together parties interested in growing local crops and distributing local crops and products throughout the Southeast.
The University of South Carolina is seeking a full-tome senior applications analyst at its campus in Columbia. The analyst will organize, plan, test, install and work in the development of complex batch, interactive computer systems in client-servicer environments. Starting salary is $53,790-$65,000. Bachelor’s degree in computer science and seven years’ experience are required, as is knowledge of relations databases, SQL, JAVA database design and applications. Learn more or apply here.