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September, 09 2020

Job Opening

Development Authority of Columbia County Position Description Working Title:              Executive Assistant/Bookkeeper  Work Location:          1000 Business Blvd Reports To (Title):       Executive Director To apply:                      Please submit your resume to rbennett@developcolumbiacounty.com.  Position Summary The Executive Assistant/Bookkeeper will […]

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July, 25 2020

Taps Will Flow in Evans at The Plaza

“Hajek is one of the first Destination Retail Incentive recipients, a recently approved Columbia County program that offers businesses locating in The Plaza area low- to no-cost loans up to $100,000.” Favorite

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July, 22 2020

‘Prime’ Development: Investment by Amazon Breaking Columbia County Record

“In the grand scheme of things, there’s nothing like it anywhere in this market,” said Robbie Bennett, the executive director of the Development Authority of Columbia County. “This is very much a game-changer.” Favorite

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July, 17 2020

The Development Authority of Columbia County announces, “We’re in!” for Georgia Safety Promise

July 17, 2020 Today, the Development Authority of Columbia County announced that, “We’re in” as part of Governor Kemps’ Georgia Safety Promise campaign. This campaign was launch to unite Georgians committed to keeping Georgia’s economy open and keeping Georgia safe for everyone. We recognize that we all have a role to play in keeping Georgia […]

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July, 07 2020

Evans Towne Center Apartment Plan Moves Forward

“Augusta-based Southeastern Development is moving forward on a nearly $50 million mixed-use project that aims to give Columbia County’s nascent “downtown” what it needs most: people.” Favorite

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July, 05 2020

Columbia County officials are targeting Martinez for its first “tax allocation district”

“Columbia County leaders have discussed revitalizing Martinez for years, and the topic was a key talking point among candidates in the recent District 2 commission race. But now things are starting to get serious. By next year, Martinez’s commercial corridor could become the county’s first “tax allocation district,” an economic development designation better known as […]

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