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SAC Region Plan Meeting | Region 7 |January 26th, 2023
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January 27, 2023

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January 18, 2023
The Agenda for the January 17th County Council meeting. - https://www.aacounty.org/departments/county-council/forms-publications/2023-meeting-packets/20230117-packet.pdf If you'd like to participate in a future meeting click the link below for more information. - https://www.aacounty.org/services-and-programs/county-council-meeting-participation --------------------------------- 00:00 - Call to Order 17:45 - Introduction of Bills 18:30 - Bill No. 89-22 21:25 - Bill No. 90-22 38:45 - Bill No. 91-22 41:05 - Bill No. 92-22 44:25 - Bill No. 93-22 47:15 - Close
 
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January 10, 2023
 
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January 10, 2023
NOTE: There is no audio for the first 1 minute and 45 seconds. We apologize for the inconvenience.
 
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January 9, 2023
As the first full work week of 2023 begins, Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation is excited to publish a video featuring some of the top tips and pieces of advice from the 17 business owners who appeared on the My ArundelBiz Podcast in 2022. The tips run the gamut, from how to pursue your passion to how to find and treat your employees, but they all have one thing in common: they come from an Anne Arundel County business owner who's learned them from experience and is sharing them so that others can succeed. So, whether you want to start a business in the future or improve the one you've already got - or discover ways that your employer might improve your workplace - tune in for an invaluable mashup of insights! Thanks to the owners of Fluttr, Magothy Payments, New Roots Farm, Pirate Adventures on the Chesapeake, Himmel's Landscape and Garden Center, Maher's Florist, Great Frogs Winery, Vuong's Taekwondo and Fitness Center, Clear: Restoration and PreDisaster Consulting, MuralizeIt Interiors, Cake Artista, Purview, Makeathe, and Blank Slate for providing such GREAT advice!
 
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January 3, 2023
We sat down with Hall Chaney, third-generation CEO of the family-owned business Chaney Enterprises, to discuss: - How CE has grown from a humble sand and gravel business in Charles County to a Gambrills-headquartered company with sand, gravel, and ready-mix concrete plants throughout the Mid-Atlantic and roughly 750 employees. - The benefits and obstacles of running a third-generation family business. - How CE recruits and retains its employees, including recently working with AAEDC and the Maryland Department of Commerce to launch its Registered Apprenticeship Program for drivers and creating a strong company culture through benefits and annual events. - Some of CE's most notable projects, from the foundations of countless homes and businesses in Anne Arundel County to the new Nice Middleton Bridge over the Potomac River and the much-anticipated new Noah Hillman Garage in The City Of Annapolis. - CE's longstanding commitment to philanthropy, with Chaney Cares' efforts now focused on the Boys & Girls Club of Annapolis, Raise A Reader, Habitat for Humanity, and Farming 4 Hunger Inc. - PLUS why you - or someone you know - might want to join the Chaney team. So tune in to get a bite-sized look at a company that's been pouring foundations - and driving dozens of eye-catching trucks - all over Anne Arundel for six decades!
 
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December 20, 2022
With Christmas just a week away we're excited to publish a special holiday episode featuring Blank Slate, “an entrepreneurship collective that’s passionate about helping small brands start, grow, and thrive.” We sat down with Taryn Ouzts, founder of one of many new businesses to open in the Annapolis Mall in 2022, to discuss: - How horrible migraines led her to create one of her three businesses, Burnt Culture Co., and how her experience with an accelerator program led her to create Blank Slate. - The mission of the collective - equity (NOT equality!) for small business owners - and the incredibly wide array of brands that call it home. - The importance of shopping small and shopping locally, both for business owners and the local economy, and her favorite places in Anne Arundel County to do it herself. - PLUS her top tips for new and aspiring entrepreneurs!