POSTED BY KAITLYN MCCONNELL ON MARCH 19, 2019 In the grand scheme of things, a few minutes was all it took. That brief blip of time — combined with some angry, crashing waves — divided life into before and after for residents near Puerto Rico’s Punta Santiago. Their “after” was a place where life would forever be different.
POSTED BY KAITLYN MCCONNELL ON MARCH 18, 2019 It’s tempting to trust the waves of water that roll onto the beach at Punta Santiago, a tropical paradise where purple flowers peek through the sand like polka dots, and hazy fog highlights mountains in the distance. But looks can be deceiving. The waves’ beautiful, see-through shades
INTRODUCTION The Taney County Partnership board of directors commissioned a comprehensive Housing Study in 2018 conducted by RDg Planning & Design. The Partnership released the findings of the study at Branson City Hall on Thursday, March 14, presented by Amy Haase of RDg. The Taney County Housing Study presents an in-depth study of the housing
Aquarium Focusing on Fish and Fun Prepares to Open in Spring 2020.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contacts: Katherine Trombetta, 417-841-3389 or email@example.com RURAL OUTREACH TOWN HALL HOSTED BY MISSOURI JOB CENTER As a way to strengthen ties and support Taney County, the Missouri Job Center, Ozark Region, is hosting a Rural Outreach Initiative Town Hall on Thursday, November 29, from 5:30-7:00 pm, at the Branson Convention Center, Fall
Taney County Partnership staff presented the 2018 survey data derived from the 2018 Workforce Employer Survey that was conducted July to August of 2018 at Good Morning Branson on Thursday, September 20. The data shared with that group is available online for viewing using the links below: 2018 Workforce Survey Results PDF | PPT Past survey data
From the eFactory, MDI and Missouri State University More than 2,000 open jobs The Branson and Taney County area have a puzzle to solve: How do they find and integrate 2,000 employees to fill current job openings? To tackle this problem, local organizations have been recruiting from Puerto Rico, where the unemployment rate is higher
BY: GEOFF PICKLE, WEB PRODUCER firstname.lastname@example.org Posted online February 23, 2018 | 12:35 pm PHOTO COURTESY GOOGLE MAPS Repvblik LLC expects to close on the purchase of a former Days Inn in Branson and redevelop it into Plato’s Cave. Developer Repvblik LLC plans to convert a former Days Inn property in Branson into workforce housing for migrant workers.
Contact: Richard Rubin 310-989-2517 email@example.com Large-Scale Workforce Housing Solution for Branson, Missouri BRANSON, MO – Repvblik LLC, a company that specializes in the adaptive reuse of hospitality and commercial real estate and its conversion into workforce housing, has purchased the former Days Inn in Branson. The property will be renamed “Plato’s Cave.” The property
Media Contact: Heather Hardinger Programs & Communications Director, Taney County Partnership / Branson Chamber of Commerce firstname.lastname@example.org BRANSON, MO – The Branson/Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce will host job fairs in Puerto Rico during February 12-16, featuring several southwest Missouri companies recruiting for various positions in the hospitality and healthcare fields. CoxHealth, a regional hospital