Tickets purchased at the Barnstorm Theater or home accent items bought at the Rustic Rose at Brownwood, meals consumed at the Lighthouse Point Bar & Grill at Lake Sumter Landing or even golf equipment bought at the Sarasota Driving Range all add up to something impressive. Consumer expenditures at each of these businesses and many others in the community contributed to phenomenal economic growth last year in The Villages metropolitan statistical area, according to the federal release Thursday of the 2016 real gross domestic product for all MSAs.
Brite Leaf Citrus Nursery is currently seeking to fill the following positions: Propagation Manager, Nursery Workers and Receptionist in the Lake Panasoffkee, FL area. Face-to-face interviews will be held Tuesday Sept 26th from 10am until 1pm at the CareerSource Leesburg office at 1415 S 14th Street, Leesburg, FL 34748. Bring an updated resume, photo ID and Social Security or other form of ID when attending the hiring event. Interviews will be held on a first come, first serve basis.
Business owners in additional Florida counties are now eligible to apply for federal disaster assistance through the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Physical and Economic Injury Disaster Loan Programs as a result of Hurricane Irma that began on September 4, 2017.
Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) is available to Florida businesses and residents whose employment or self-employment was lost or interrupted as a result of Hurricane Irma.
Florida businesses impacted by Hurricane Irma may now apply for various state and federal disaster loan programs. As a principal responder in the state’s Emergency Support Function for Business and Industry, the Florida SBDC Network stands ready to assist businesses with disaster loan applications and with other post-disaster challenges.
On Sep 13, 2017, Governor Rick Scott activated the Florida Small Business Emergency Bridge Loan Program to support small businesses impacted by Hurricane Irma. The bridge loan program, managed by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO), will provide short-term, interest-free loans to small businesses that experienced physical or economic damage during the storm. The application period is from today through Oct. 31, 2017.
Following the landfall of Hurricane Irma, many Floridians are now assessing their homes and property for damage and taking steps to make temporary repairs to prevent additional damage before filing insurance claims. CFO Jimmy Patronis and Insurance Commissioner David Altmaier encourage Floridians to be prompt in notifying their insurance companies and cautious of repair deals that sound too good to be true.
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At a time when workforce demands for technical skills and industry certification are at an all-time high, the schools in Sumter County have increased the number of students earning industry-relevant credentials by 31 percent with 266 industry certifications awarded this school year.
Bayer and the Citrus Research and Development Foundation team up to find solutions against Citrus Greening