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Community Banks Offer Opportunity to Stay Local

This April marks Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) Community Banking Month to highlight community banks’ role with the economy, consumers, and surrounding communities.

Free One-on-One Advising for Small Businesses

Free, individualized, confidential one-on-one advising for existing businesses and start-ups within the unincorporated areas of Alameda County.

Alameda County Moves to the Red Tier

With an adjusted daily new case rate per 100,000 residents of 4.8, a testing positivity rate of 1.8 percent, and a health equity quartile positivity rate of 2.6 percent, the state of the pandemic has improved greatly in Alameda County since the peak of the winter surge in early January.

Kim Budil named new director of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Appointed with the concurrence of DOE and NNSA, Budil is the 13th director of the Laboratory since it was established in 1952 and its first woman director.

Waste Prevention Grant Opportunities

StopWaste is currently accepting applications for a range of grant opportunities with total funding up to $475k available to both nonprofits and businesses, aimed at increasing individual, business, and community involvement in the prevention of waste in Alameda County.

2021-02-12T23:22:09-08:00February 12, 2021|Business, Chamber News, Government|0 Comments
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