The Press Release on the Kerr Tar Regional Broadband Project was published this morning . For more information click here.
For information on the broadband project and RFP’s click here.
On May 21, David Knight, Director of the new NC Outdoor Industry Office with the Department of Commerce, held a listening session in the Kerr-Tar region at the Granville County Expo Center. Over 35 industry representatives from across the region were present to discuss assets and opportunities for supporting and growing the outdoor recreation sector.
To read more, click HERE for an article from the Henderson Daily Dispatch.
The Kerr Tar Workforce Development Board announces the opportunity to receive public comment on the Proposed Program year July 2018-June 2019 Development Area Plan. Comments may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org stating questions or comments on or before May 30, 2018. To review the proposed plan click here.
Mr. David Knight of the Outdoor Recreation Industry Office located in the North Carolina Department of Commerce, will be conducting a listening session in the Kerr-Tar COG region on Monday May 21, 2018 from 10:00 am until noon at the Granville County Expo Center located at 4185 US-15 South, Oxford. Please feel free to share this information with area industries, educational institutions, chambers, tourism officials, elected officials, city and county managers that may have an interest in learning more about the functions of this office. This is a rapidly growing market for North Carolina and offers the Kerr-Tar region unique opportunities. This event is coordinated in conjunction with the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina. (EDPNC)
An agenda can be viewed here for more information.
Date: Friday, April 27, 2018
Time: 9:00 AM—2:00 PM
Bring: Friends, Family & Neighbors
Where: First Baptist Church 205 W. Winder Street
Henderson, NC 27536
Click here for more information.
Interested in starting a business in Warren County? Curious about some of the vacant spaces in the historic, downtown district of Warrenton, North Carolina? Want to be a part of the dialogue about the future of this small town main street? Join in on Saturday, April 28th, for The Jacob Holt House Foundation’s “Building Warrenton: A Vacant Properties Tour” in Warrenton’s downtown business district.
“Building Warrenton: A Vacant Properties Tour” is free of charge to visitors. Properties on the tour will be shown for a limited amount of time on April 28th. Visitors are welcome to go through the whole tour, or pick and choose which buildings they would like to see. Pick up tour information at the Jacob Holt House (located at 122 South Bragg Street, Warrenton) from 10-10:30 am, or join the tour later and pick up information at any of the tour sites.
Follow along with our event page on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/events/174179920049077/