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Despite The End Of The Covid-19 Outbreak, Firms In Corpus Christi Are Still Unable To Recruit Workers

Nicole R. Soliz has been unemployed since the COVID-19 epidemic hit Corpus Christi in March 2020. It’s not through a lack of trying; she’s been looking for work for quite some time. Soliz, 41, of Corpus Christi, said, “I’ve been looking… and I believed it was going to take a little bit of a more …

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There Are Less Than Two Weeks Left To Provide Feedback On Proposed Upgrades To Uptown

After deciding to pursue his longtime passion of operating a butcher shop, Nathan Kolenovsky went to Downtown Corpus Christi as a possible location for his business. After getting disillusioned with the lack of acceptable buildings in the neighborhood, Kolenovsky didn’t have to go very far in his search for a building that met his company’s …

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The Most Current Movements In The Corpus Christi Housing And Employment Markets

The city of Corpus Christi, Texas, has been designated as a National Historic Landmark. Some interesting economic trends are forming as our region’s economy progressively transitions towards the post-pandemic phase, and these trends may have an influence on your pocketbook in the near future. If you’ve been looking for a home to purchase in the …

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Giving New Businesses Incentives To Occupy Vacant Land And Buildings Is Part Of Downtown Redevelopment

The Corpus Christi Downtown Management District is seeking a $3.3 million investment from downtown property taxes by the Corpus Christi City Council to encourage business owners to set up shop downtown, according to a previous version of this story. This isn’t true. According to Alyssa Barrera Mason, Executive Director of the Downtown Management District, the …

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Corpus Christi Is Set To Benefit From A New Commercial Arrangement Involving Drones

Within the next few years, Corpus Christi residents should expect to see drones buzzing above them. The Corpus Christi B Corporation and Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi signed a $4 million, five-year business incentive agreement on Tuesday, which was approved by the City Council. It plans to enhance and support the campus’ Lone Star Unmanned Aircraft …

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Budget Of 1.2 Billion Dollars For Fiscal Years 2021-2022 Has Been Approved

Mayor Paulette M. Guajardo and the City Council of Corpus Christi have passed a $1.2 billion operating and capital budget for Fiscal Year 2022, which begins on October 1. The balanced budget addresses the community’s key objectives, such as streets, public safety, parks, and neighborhood improvements. We can invest large funds in high-priority sectors with …

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