RBC I The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade has grant funds from the Rural Economic Development Initiative (REDI) available for small business owners and government agencies in Rio Blanco County.
RBC I With interest rates at less than one-half of one percent, $18 million (the principal amount in the County Capital Improvement Trust Fund CCITF) does not generate the kind of revenue it used to bring in.
RBC I Natural Soda Inc. today launched its 2012 Community Support Program and is seeking grant applications from community, charity and sporting nonprofit organizations in northwestern Colorado.
RBC I The Colorado legislature passed HB11-1031 in 2011. In brief, the bill encourages the formation of creative districts in communities, neighborhoods, or contiguous geographic areas, for the purposes of attracting creative entrepreneurs and artists to a community,
Dear Editor: On behalf of Natural Soda Inc., our employees and customers, we would like to thank the many community organizations that applied for Natural Soda’s 2011 Community Support Program.
MEEKER — Thanks to a grant announced last week, Meeker Airport will expand its operations.
RBC — Rio Blanco County was counting on a Colorado Department of Local Affairs grant to help pay for projects such as the improvement of County Road 4.
RBC — While funding required to maintain the levels of service provided by local governments may be decreasing, the needs aren’t.
RBC — John Hutchins has no trouble keeping busy. “I wear a lot of hats,” said the Rio Blanco emergency manager.
RBC — The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) recently announced the availability of up to $1 million for proposed projects in Colorado through the 2008 Conservation Innovation Grants (CIG) Program. Applications must be received by March 31 and are being accepted electronically as well as in written form. Visit […]