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Revitalize Business Services are a company completely staffed by remote agents; community is very important.
Most economists agree that private industry must play a larger role in helping to revitalize our cities, and BEBE members applauded Porter's attempts to forge such partnerships.
With the presidential election approaching, this initiative is more relevant than ever, as we continue to focus on what we as a country can do together to revitalize America - from growing enterprise and accelerating job creation to strengthening our fiscal standing.
The city is investing $571,000 to prepare a plan and conduct the necessary environmental studies to revitalize Lancaster Boulevard and its surrounding areas between 10th Street West and Sierra Highway.
Questions regarding the budget deficit, global competitiveness, the American workforce and the strength of the dollar inspired us to initiate an ongoing conversation with our clients about what it will take to revitalize America.
Banuelos said the goals for each are the same: ``We're trying to revitalize the San Fernando business district.
Opponents of the initiative do not believe lost industrial jobs can be regained and hope residential development will revitalize the waterfront community and increase their property values.
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7 million project to revitalize the West harlem waterfront.
The PPIC report is a helpful, innovative resource document in the complex but necessary struggle to revitalize the Delta for the 21st Century," said Department of Water Resources Lester Snow.
The successful redevelopment of brownfields in cities, towns and villages across the state will help to revitalize neighborhoods while providing a cleaner, healthier environment for all New Yorkers.
Oasis West Realty, LLC, the owner of The Beverly Hilton, and Hilton Hotels Corporation announced today the first new west coast Waldorf=Astoria([R]) hotel as part of the $500 million long-term plan to revitalize the nine-acre hotel property at the corner of Wilshire and Santa Monica Boulevards in Beverly Hills.