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Special Election for Coralville City Council Seat on September 29th

Voters in Coralville will select a new City Council member on Tuesday, September 29, 2020, following the resignation of long-time City Councilor Tom Gill. The successful candidate will take office on Wednesday, September 30, and complete the remainder of the term, which ends December 31, 2021. Coralville has five City Council members who serve overlapping …

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Derecho Recovery Resources for Johnson and Linn Counties

The following resources are available to help assist in the aftermath of the Derecho storm from August 10, 2020: IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE: 211 General Assistance Food, funding, and shelter Dial 2-1-1, text your zip code to 899211 or visit 211iowa.org Johnson County Emergency Management  Self-report any damages that occurred during the severe storm here. Linn County Emergency …

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Rebranding takes a back seat, but Chamber hangs tough to assist members in crisis

This article was originally published in the Press-Citizen (Iowa City) on June 3, 2020 With her 800 business members struggling to stay profitable, CEO Kim Casko doesn’t dwell much on the internal headaches the pandemic has presented her Iowa City Area Business Partnership. Her focus today is on what her organization can do to help …

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Back-to-School Resources For Employers and Parents

As employers and working parents try to navigate back-to-school plans and balance their children’s education with their own work schedules, the Business Partnership is here to help. Child Care If an employee identifies child care as an issue, employers can direct them to these regional resources: Referrals to childcare providers: CCR&R https://iowaccrr.org/families/ OR 855-244-5301 OR …

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Project Better Together’s Letter to the Governor

Dear Governor Reynolds, The Iowa City Area Better Together Steering Committee was formed this spring to guide our area’s efforts to navigate the challenges created by the novel coronavirus and help us “build better” through the recovery process. Members of this committee along with numerous local elected officials have encouraged the local economic development groups …

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