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Full Report - http://www.iowaworkforce.org/lmi/labsur/2014statewideonlinereport.pdf
Executive Summary - http://www.iowaworkforce.org/lmi/labsur/2014statewideonlinesummary.pdf
Trend Analysis - http://www.iowaworkforce.org/lmi/labsur/statewidelaborshedtrendsanalysisonline.pdf
Iowa College Student Analysis - http://www.iowaworkforce.org/lmi/labsur/college_student_survey_2013.pdf
Contact the City Clerk's Office (394-5906) if you are letting your water run during the winter months.
Steve provides free, one-on-one business counseling services to start up and existing businesses in almost every area imaginable (i.e. business planning, marketing, financing, personnel management, import/export assistance, and succession planning).
For an appointment with Steve on November 18, contact Tammy or Megan at the Economic Development office at 394-2437 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
CALMAR— Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC) Business and Community
Solutions is offering the class, "Cozy Christmas Crafts" (#31600) on Monday, December
1 from 5:30 P.M. to 8:00 p.m. at the New Hampton City Hall, Community Room, located
at 112 East Spring Street in New Hampton.
Kick off the holiday season with a fun night of crafting Christmas decor. Make
cute Santa-themed baskets out of simple bushel baskets and pretty, lit trees using
tomato cages. Enjoy the chance to be creative, have a 'night out' with friends or make
new friends, all while knocking a couple of gifts off your list.
To register and pay online for "Cozy Christmas Crafts" (#31600), or for more
information, visit www.nicc.edu/solutions or call NICC Business and Community
Solutions at (800) 728-2256, ext. 399.
The Export Trade Assistance Program (ETAP) may reimburse eligible Iowa companies for up to 75 percent of defined international marketing expenditures in a qualifying trade show or IEDA trade mission held outside the U.S., to explore new markets or provide support to expand current markets.
The Domestic Trade Assistance Program (DTAP) may reimburse eligible Iowa companies for up to 75 percent of defined international marketing expenditures in a qualifying international trade show held in the United States, to explore new international markets or provide support to expand current markets.
To learn more, please contact their office or go to the following link: http://www.iowaeconomicdevelopment.com/InternationalAssistance/ETAP
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The LMI Grant will be available for New Hampton residents (see http://www.newhamptonia.com/news/lowmoderate-income-housing-grant-2014-09-17.html for more information).
The Hotel-Motel Grant will be available for New Hampton & Chickasaw County tax-exempt, non-profit entities (see http://www.newhamptonia.com/hotel-motel-grant-application.html for more information).
Chickasaw County Community Foundation grant will be available for Chickasaw County tax-exempt, non-profit entities (see http://www.cfneia.org/affiliates/ChickasawCounty/grants for more information).
The deadline to submit applications to City Hall is December 1, 2014. Homeowners must meet certain requirements to be eligible to participate in the grant program. In general, applicants must own or be buying the home, be current on their property tax and utility payments and the gross household income cannot exceed an established income ceiling based on household size. Contact the City Clerk's office, 112 E Spring St, 641-394-5906, for an application and the income limits.
The City Code of the City of New Hampton states that the owner or occupant of the abutting property shall keep the trees on, or overhanging the street trimmed so that all branches will be at least 12 feet about the surface of the street and eight feet above the sidewalks. If the abutting property owner fails to trim or maintain trees within a prescribed period of time, the City will trim the trees.
If you have trees that are in violation of the City Code, please have them trimmed by September 21, 2014 so the City will not have to take action.
Comprehensive Systems is having a Grain Raffle. They are raffling a grain wagon with approximately 400 bushel of corn, valued at approximately $2,000 (market value as of 10/1/14). The drawing will be held October 1, 2014, 11:30 am - 1:30 pm at the Sleep Inn in Charles City. You can purchase raffle tickets at the Treasure Chest in New Hampton or Charles City. 1 raffle ticket for $5 or 7 raffle tickets for $20.
For more information about donating to this project, contact Peg Testroet at 641-394-3344 or email@example.com.