Join us Wednesday Morning at 8am to hear from Clallam County Commissioner Ozias:The Commissioners are working with many groups across the county to assess the needs within our County. There are significant funding streams being sent directly to individuals and families, non-profits and the state.The County will be receiving $7.5 million this spring and $7.5M one … Continue reading Coffee with Colleen and Weekly Update!
Coffee With Colleen Join us Wednesday Morning at 8am to hear from the DNR Commissioner Hilary Franz:Commissioner Franz leads the Department of Natural Resources which manages thousands of state forest lands and aquatic lands in Clallam County.We will cover topics such as:The new $130 million Forest Health and Wildfire program and how that will affect Clallam County.How … Continue reading Weekly Business updates
The state’s new mandatory Long Term Care Insurance Program begins Jan 1, 2022. The Payroll Tax for the deducted from payroll checks unless you act now. Join us Wednesday at 8am to hear from Andy Callis, owner of Callis Insurance, and Mary Patzman, Employee Benefits Manager at Callis Insurance, to hear about the state program and … Continue reading Coffee with Colleen and the Weekly Update
Do you or someone you know own a Restaurant, Bar, Winery or catering company? The Restaurant Revitalization Fund will cover up to $5M of lost revenue. The SBA is accepting applications via this >> application portal Recipients are not required to repay the funding as long as funds are used for eligible uses no later than … Continue reading The Restaurant Revitalization Fund Portal is now open!
Please join us Tomorrow Morning at 8am to hear from Matt Comisky of American Forest Resource Council.How will recent legislative action and the potential outcome of ongoing court cases impact our local government revenues and the harvest levels of the DNR lands in Clallam County? Please join us:https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89474510306?pwd=VlIrRHh5RG1nYVh3V3JXRzFSMmRodz09Meeting ID: 894 7451 0306 Passcode: 187447 One … Continue reading Join us tomorrow morning, on Coffee with Colleen
Please join us Wednesday morning at 8am for a broad ranging discussion with Terry Ward, the publisher of the Peninsula Daily News. Please join us Wednesday morning at 8am for a broad ranging discussion with Terry Ward, the publisher of the Peninsula Daily News.Our local newspapers reflect the challenges and successes of our local businesses … Continue reading EDC News Update 04.19.2021
Clallam County Community Broadband Team has completed the draft Broadband Feasibility Study Report by BG Communications, Telecommunications Research Corporation, and GeoDecisions county is completing a Feasibility Study.Public comments on the draft can be submitted to the NODC and are due April 19 at ClallamBroadbandTeam@noprcd.org.Here is the link to the report Here is the link to the Exhibits.
Register for an upcoming state-wide virtual job fair on April 22, 2021 from 10am-2pm. To register for a free booth please complete this form at: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=F-LQEU4mCkCLoFfcwSfXLbPhYeUfbs5BkDgVHcrWqk9UN0xQWlY2VlBMVlU5OVlUVjI4TjhUSjJZVi4u Questions can be directed to email to Mike Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org. Remote work is defined as potential to work anywhere which is a little ambiguous. Businesses that participate are expected to … Continue reading Calling all employers! Are you looking for work-from- home, Virtual/Teleworking employees?
The American Rescue Plan Act was signed by President Biden on March 11. What does this mean for Small Businesses? There will be additional support for programs the SBA is currently administering and a few new efforts, including $7.25 billion additional for the Paycheck Protection Program, and expanding eligibility to additional nonprofits and digital news services. … Continue reading American Rescue Plan Act of 2021
Peninsula College’s Medical Assisting Program offers students the opportunity to gain professional skills in an in-demand field, that they can apply both regionally and nationally. Graduates are required to pass a national credentialing, exam in order to obtain their Department of Health issued Medical Assistant - Certified credentials. What’s so great about being nationally accredited? … Continue reading PC Medical Assisting Program Provides Nationally Accredited Graduates to Fill Need in Healthcare Industry