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Mostly assuredly Gov. Rick Scott will talk about his success in promoting job growth during a senatorial campaign stop Tuesday at Eisenhower Recreation Center.
During his administration, Florida businesses have created millions of new private-sector jobs, with unemployment at the lowest level since April 2007.
Opportunities for residential tax diversification crossed a new threshold last week in Sumter County.
The Sumter County Commission unanimously approved a 30-year development agreement that permits The Villages to develop a 431-acre industrial-commercial property within the Florida Crossroads Industrial Activity Center south of Wildwood and east of Interstate 75.
Middlesex is partnering with the Florida Department of Transportation’s (FDOT) OnBoard4Jobs Construction Careers initiative for Construction Jobs Hiring Fairs in your area.
4:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Interview Workshop hosted by FDOT’s Roads to Jobs Life Skills Program
Local job growth and tax diversification got a boost last week thanks to The Villages.
The Sumter County Commission approved a rezoning application that would allow up to 1.75 million square feet of industrial-commercial space on a 431-acre site within the county’s Florida Crossroads Industrial Activity Center south of Wildwood and east of Interstate 75.