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April 7, 2011

Columbia SC News Update 04-07-2011

Filed under: Lexington Sc Real Estate — lexingtonscrealtor @ 9:22 pm

Columbia SC News Update 04-07-2011

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U.S. Foodservice buys waste vegetable oil processor

The distribution company has purchased the assets of WVO Industries of Bluffton and will use the diesel/biodiesel blend WVO produces to fuel its fleet of food delivery trucks in Lexington.

Science Cafe to discuss future of nuclear energy

The EngenuitySC program will feature a discussion of the future of nuclear power on Tuesday at the Capital City Club in Columbia. Nuclear Power Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow: A Dialogue on Sustainability and Energy Perspectives will run from 6-7:30 p.m.

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Lexington Co. posts lowest unemployment rate in Feb.

With the state’s most-populous counties typically showing the lowest jobless numbers from January to February, Lexington County has the lowest unemployment rate, at 7.6%.

2012 PGA event to draw more than 50,000 to Charleston

Next summer’s PGA Championship tournament on Kiawah Island will bring more than 50,000 visitors and a local economic impact of $92 million, according to the College of Charleston School of Business.

Proposed trucking law seeks safety increases

The Commercial Driver Compliance Improvement Act is designed to increase big-rig safety and keep drivers from spending too long behind the wheel. But small companies worry they will be paying for new technology that might not benefit them.

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Haley holds nose and backs Amazon sales tax exemption

Gov. Nikki Haley said she will keep promises made by her predecessor to Amazon regarding an exemption for its proposed Lexington County distribution center, but she added that other companies should not expect advantage from special tax provisions from her administration.

SBA expands commercial mortgage refinancing program

The U.S. Small Business Administration is expanding a recently implemented program to allow certain small businesses facing maturing commercial real estate mortgages or balloon payments to refinance with an SBA 504 loan.

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Job of the Week

The University of South Carolina is hiring a senior applications analyst for the Development Office. The analyst will organize, plan, test, install and develop complex batch, interactive computer systems in client-servicer environments. Starting salary is $53,790-$65,000. A bachelor’s degree in computer science and seven years’ experience are required, as is knowledge of relations databases, SQL, and JAVA database design and applications. Learn more or apply here.

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