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“MacArthur Park construction work includes more than 50 Arkansas companies - Paris Express” plus 1 more

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“MacArthur Park construction work includes more than 50 Arkansas companies - Paris Express” plus 1 moreMacArthur Park construction work includes more than 50 Arkansas companies - Paris ExpressPosted: 26 Jun 2020 08:48 PM PDTConstruction on the reimagined Arkansas Arts Center in MacArthur Park continues on schedule, despite the challenges posed by a global pandemic, boosting the Central Arkansas economy in a challenging time.  "During these uncertain and challenging times, this construction project is a remarkable success story for our community and our state. Due to the support of the City of Little Rock and private donors, we are spending approximately $4.5 million a month at the jobsite," said Warren Stephens, AAC Foundation Chair and Capital Campaign co-chair. "We are making every effort to involve local companies and suppliers in this remarkable project. This Arts Center is for the community and built by the community, and we're committed to constructing this ne…

“Aluma Trailers Partners with Equipment Trader, Commercial Truck Trader - Cherokee Tribune Ledger News” plus 1 more

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“Aluma Trailers Partners with Equipment Trader, Commercial Truck Trader - Cherokee Tribune Ledger News” plus 1 moreAluma Trailers Partners with Equipment Trader, Commercial Truck Trader - Cherokee Tribune Ledger NewsPosted: 25 Jun 2020 06:00 AM PDT BANCROFT, Iowa, June 25, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Aluma Trailers, a major manufacturer of aluminum trailers, today announced they are endorsing and partnering with Trader Interactive's Equipment Trader and Commercial Truck Trader, leading online marketplaces for buying and selling commercial inventory, including trailers. This partnership allows Aluma dealers to access the Equipment Trader and Commercial Truck Trader suite of digital marketing offerings at special rates, helping Aluma dealers maximize exposure and geographic reach for their for-sale trailer units.Collectively, Equipment Trader and Commercial Truck Trader have the largest trailer audience in the nation, with an average of 763,000 trailer searches conducted by 342,000 unique v…

“Clinton Herald - Clinton Herald” plus 1 more

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“Clinton Herald - Clinton Herald” plus 1 moreClinton Herald - Clinton HeraldPosted: 26 Jun 2020 10:53 PM PDTPUBLIC NOTICES
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Yes; Srp: Yes. Daniel A. Srp,
Chairperson
DEPARTMENT HEADS, ELECTED
OFFICIALS AND
EMPLOYEES
Supervisor Irwin reported the OSHA
fine was reduced to $5,500 from a
little more than $8,400. Irwin added
the Seventh Judicial will open again
on July 13.
Supervisor Determann said the
County buildings are open today. He
thanked all the employees for
keeping the County running while the
buildings were closed.
DISCUSSION WITH
POSSIBLE ACTION
Coronavirus/COVID-19 update:
County EMA Director Chance Kness
reported there was an additional
case over the weekend in Clinton
County. He mentioned some of the
state-wide health declarations run out
this week, but he has not yet heard of
any updates to that. Kness and
Chairman Srp discussed that the end
of the declaration does not mean the
pandemic has ended.
Eastern Iowa Mental Health Region
28E Agreement: Mental Health
Region CEO Lori …

“TYM Tractor Partners With Team Tractor Corp As Its Western US Sales And Service Center - PRNewswire” plus 2 more

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Arkansas Arts Center project boosts Little Rock economy - GlobeNewswire

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Arkansas Arts Center project boosts Little Rock economy - GlobeNewswireArkansas Arts Center project boosts Little Rock economy - GlobeNewswirePosted: 25 Jun 2020 01:02 PM PDT Little Rock, June 25, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Construction on the reimagined Arkansas Arts Center in MacArthur Park continues on schedule, despite the challenges posed by a global pandemic, boosting the Central Arkansas economy in a challenging time.  "During these uncertain and challenging times, this construction project is a remarkable success story for our community and our state. Due to the support of the City of Little Rock and private donors, we are spending approximately $4.5 million a month at the jobsite," said Warren Stephens, AAC Foundation Chair and Capital Campaign co-chair. "We are making every effort to involve local companies and suppliers in this remarkable project. This Arts Center is for the community and built by the community, and we're committed to constructing this new f…