The study analyzed data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and ranked the states by improvement in labor productivity.
Two new councilmembers, Paul Herrera and Olgy Diaz, were confirmed in their roles last week.
Responses to the 10-minute Design Review Survey will help inform how the program should guide the design of new developments in areas expected to have the most development, including places like downtown.
The owners of Seattle-based, fast-casual restaurant chain Ezell’s Famous Chicken are hosting an educational conference to support Black-owned businesses this month.
The 52,000-square-foot space will include bowling, indoor games, food, and more, with private party rooms equipped with karaoke equipment planned for the future.
The year-long program aims to bring together a diverse group of local leaders to deepen their leadership skills, expand their perspectives, and encourage equitable collaborations.