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As you know, Cook County and the City of Chicago officially launched the Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership (CCWP), in July. They recently updated some job information and links to job websites. To learn more about the Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership and view dates for some of the resume writing, [...]Continue Reading →
On August 27, 2012 By barbara.maloof
As part of the Oak Forest Health Center design, the Cook County Bureau of Economic Development, Herman Brewer, Chief and John Cooke, Director for Capital Planning and Policy, have been involved in managing many of the design aspects of the new clinic along with the team and community organizations assembled to make it a success. [...]Continue Reading →
On July 31, 2012 By barbara.maloof
On Thursday, July 26, Cook County President Toni Preckwinkle, joined by Commissioner Jeffrey R. Tobolski and Herman Brewer, Bureau Chief, Economic Development for Cook County, toured Ingredion Incorporated (formerly known as Corn Products International, Inc. ), one of the world’s leading ingredient solutions providers and located in Cook County, Illinois for over 100 years. In [...]Continue Reading →
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Public Hearings and Public Comment Notice – Draft Substantial Amendment to the 2010-2014 Consolidated Plan, Cook County, IL
The Cook County Bureau of Economic Development is accepting citizen comments regarding its Draft Substantial Amendment to the 2010-2014 Consolidated [...]Continue Reading →
Economic growth was discussed at length at the July 16 meeting of the West Suburban Chamber of Commerce and Industry Leader Forum.
United States Congressman Daniel Lipinski and María Choca Urban, Director of Planning and Development for Cook County’s Bureau of Economic Development were featured speakers at the West Suburban Chamber of Commerce and Industry Leader [...]Continue Reading →
On July 2, 2012 By barbara.maloof
Elected officials, judges, and the public joined the Honorable George N. Leighton and his family on Friday, June 29th for the renaming and dedication ceremony at the Cook County Criminal Court Building.
The courthouse, located at 26th and California, will now be known as “The Honorable George N. Leighton Criminal Court Building”. The renaming commemorates [...]Continue Reading →
On June 18, 2012 By barbara.maloof
Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle today was joined by several Board Commissioners to announce the County is increasing its contribution to the One Summer Plus program, a targeted jobs program directed at youth in the city’s high risk communities, to $265,000.
The County’s funding to One Summer Plus will aid in [...]
Kurt Summers, Chief of Staff to Toni Preckwinkle, will participate in a Bloomberg State and Municipal Conference with other Chief Executives at 10:45 a.m. today.
You can follow the live “tweet” at: https://twitter.com/#!/BBGLINK
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NEW FISCAL SHERIFFS IN TOWN
The City of Chicago [...]Continue Reading →
On May 31, 2012 By barbara.maloof
President Preckwinkle attended the May 30, 2012 meeting of the Business Leadership Council to share the current state of Cook County and her vision for economic growth. Her remarks included her restructuring of economic development within Cook County to include planning and community development, job growth, capital planning, major construction and building and zoning. She spoke about the [...]Continue Reading →
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Chicago, IL 60602
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