Monthly Archives: November 2011

Enseva, partners to build Hiawatha data colocation center

$12 million, 17-square-foot facility will house Iowa Health System data.

Samuelson works with businesses to reduce waste

UI grad’s business, Bright Green Strategy, helps businesses, communities with sustainability projects.

Backyard Abundance uses sustainable practices in landscape design

The company helps clients improve the environmental health of local landscapes through presentations, workshops and classes and one-on-one design consultation.

Community foundation releases flood report

The Greater Cedar Rapids Community Foundation’s new flood fund report outlines the $5.7 million in grants the foundation dispersed following the 2008 flood.

IC to consider selling three city-owned properties for redevelopment

Iowa City’s property tax base could increase if three city-owned properties are sold for redevelopment.

Popcorn president discusses business successes, challenges

Smith spoke to a group of more than 200 people as part of the University of Iowa Tippie College of Business’ annual John Hughes Lecture Series in partnership with Hills Bank & Trust.

Marion awaits shovel-ready approval for industrial park

Officials in Marion are moving along in the process to establish shovel-ready certification for an industrial park with more than 170 acres of available land for businesses.

Three Cedar Rapids economic organizations become one

Chamber, Downtown District and Priority One become the Cedar Rapids Metro Economic Alliance

Commemorating 30 years
of Strategic Financial Solutions

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