Broome County’s Industrial Development Agency, or more commonly known as just ‘The Agency’, is sending out a second local business survey to find out what those needs are. Duncan says more than 12-hundred businesses filled out the initial survey which helped them develop a targeted loan program. Due to coronavirus guidelines constantly shifting, the group says it made sense to them to conduct another survey. The Agency’s Executive Director Stacey Duncan said, “We know there’s a lot we don’t know, there’s a lot of uncertainty. So, I felt it was a good time to reach back out and take the temperature of our businesses and say ‘how are you doing right now, how have you managed to weather the storm over the last few months’ and ‘what are those things that we could look to become a resource for you’.” The survey asks two questions; How are you doing right now, and how can the Department help you? (WBNG) — Economic Development agencies are trying to determine what the biggest needs in their communities are in the midst of the pandemic.
37 Sonder St, Broadbeach Waters.Michael Mahon from M-Motion negotiated the deal and said Broadbeach was a hotspot for overseas buyers. “We had nine written offers on the home within the first five days, six of these offers came from interstate and overseas buyers,” he said. A four-bedroom home at 5430 Marine Drive North in Hope Island sold on the same day for $1.05 million as well as a run-down Coolangatta home selling for $1.05 million. The four-bedroom Coolangatta home at 66 Rutledge St was built in the 1950s and is poised on a 1262sq m elevated block. RBR Property Consultants agent Col Wright said there were seven bidders at the auction. “It is a great opportunity to renovate or redevelop,” he said. 548 Trees Road, Tallebudgera.THE big sales continue on the Gold Coast, with a stunning acerage property at 548 Trees Rd, Tallebudgera, selling for $2.8 million. Designed by architect Michael Witty, the five-bedroom, five-bathroom home combines simple country style with luxury design and channels a barn house. The home has a glamorous fitout after the previous owners spent more than $100,000 on renovations including a contemporary kitchen. Ray White Mermaid Beach’s Scott Keatley said no. 289 and no. 564-568 Trees Rd also sold this month. “A couple from Melbourne who run an earth moving business bought 548 Trees Rd,” he said. “It is an unusual home, the walls don’t quite meet the ceilings, there are Japanese sliding doors and there is a quirky passage way in the home. The architecture is stunning but it doesn’t suit everyone.” The sale has set a new residential record for the street, according to CoreLogic. Meanwhile, in Broadbeach Waters a home has sold for $1.55 million. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North8 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoThe five-bedroom, four-bathroom house at 37 Sonder St hit the market in March.
STATEWIDE — Many major retailers are staying closed for the Thanksgiving holiday.Several stores have decided to close their doors on Thanksgiving Day, including Home Depot, Lowe’s, Nordstrom, REI, Menards and Staples.The National Retail Federation’s anticipates that November and December sales will increase 3.6 percent from last year.
The O’Dwyer Steel West Under 21 A Hurling Final between Clonoulty/Rossmore and Cappawhite/Treacys, due to take place in Cashel today, is off.The scheduled under 21 hurling games in North Tipp aren’t going ahead as planned either.Those matches are: Nenagh v Toomevara; Newport Gaels v Roscrea; Clonakenny v Silvermines; and Burgess v Portroe.