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I-75 Corridor Study RFP

I-75 Corridor Study RFP

The County of Monroe in cooperation with the Monroe County Business Development Corporation is seeking Request for Proposals for a comprehensive study of the Monroe County, Michigan portion of the I-75 corridor.

The County of Monroe will be receiving sealed proposals up to September 24th at 4:00 PM from qualified consultants for the purpose of updating existing information and plans …

SBDC “Getting to Yes” Opportunity

SBDC “Getting to Yes” Opportunity

GettingToYes

The U.S. Small Business Administration’s Michigan District Office is seeking small business owners for its Getting to Yes program, a unique initiative developed to help small business owners get the financing they need to grow their businesses.  Getting to Yes is based on four phases – education, consultation, mock loan preparation, and individual meetings with lenders.

Participants should have at …

Monroe County Business Development Corporation and Partners are Awarded Strategic Growth Initiative Grant for Feasibility Study in Southeast Michigan

Monroe County Business Development Corporation and Partners are Awarded Strategic Growth Initiative Grant for Feasibility Study in Southeast Michigan

On June 16, Monroe County Business Development Corporation was awarded The Strategic Growth Initiative Grant by the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development.  The grant will provide funding to conduct a Feasibility Study to determine if a Soybean Processing Facility might provide value for the agricultural community in Southeast Michigan.

The regional partners involved include: Consumers Energy, the County …

Former DTE building re-opened, ready for tenants

Former DTE building re-opened, ready for tenants

The Vajcner Building, formerly known as the DTE Energy Building, is at 111 E. First St. across from Monroe County Courthouse. (Monroe News photo by TRAVIS TROMBLEY).

Reprint from Monroe News – Saturday July 25, 2015

By TRAVIS TROMBLEY / travis@monroenews.com

The former DTE Energy office building downtown, now called the Vajcner Building, is open again and looking for tenants.

Gary Vajcner, 69, purchased the building from DTE in March of last year when DTE began consolidating their work spaces.

He has since renovated the building, at …