What Types Of Support Do Startups Commonly Need?

While up-and-coming entrepreneurs often paint their startups as independent and self-starting, the truth is that these businesses often receive a lot of help. Support helps them to reach their potential sooner and to avoid any mistakes and controversies.  If you have a promising idea for a business but few ways to realize your dream, seeking…

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50,000 Immigrants Have Applied For DACA Since The Program’s Reopening

Around 50,000 immigrant teens and young adults have applied for deportation relief under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy since the program was restored on December 7th 2020. Lawyers in Mississippi, in particular, have reported a spike in DACA consultations and applications. Yet, so far only around 1.5% of applicants have had their applications approved. DACA…

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How to Find Strata Manager?

  For the excellent running of strata titles, you need to hire a strata manager for such purposes. The strata manager Brisbane will be responsible for overseeing managerial and administerial tasks in the strata scheme. Therefore, to get exemplary services, you will need to hire a strata manager that is a perfect fit for the…

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New board demands details

Four new faces graced the Board of Aldermen and mayor’s meeting on July 6. Representing their wards for the first time were Ward 1 Alderwoman Karen Godfrey, Ward 4 Alderman Chip Wilbanks, Ward 5 Alderwoman Beverly Oliver, and Ward 6 Alderman James Lott III. By Katherine R. Dougan       Despite a lengthy, 21-item…

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Budget work sessions and hearings announced

Special to The Clinton Courier The City of Clinton’s Mayor and Board of Aldermen will hold budget hearing work sessions during the first two weeks of August. All meetings will be held in the Brighton Park Assembly Room at 530 Brighton Park Drive and will start at 5:30 p.m.     The schedule for the…

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Interstate Corridor Sign amendment tabled for more discussion

  By Katherine R. Dougan     Amendments to the Interstate Corridor Sign ordinance were discussed, then tabled for more discussion, at the Board of Aldermen’s July 6 meeting. The proposed changes to this amendment were initially prompted by discussion about the changes at the May 4 Board meeting, which was the result of the…

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