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Mayor Frank G. Jackson Announced Neighborhood Transformation Initiative Retail Incubator Finalists

As part of Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s $65 million Neighborhood Transformation Initiative (NTI), seven local entrepreneurs will launch businesses in the Glenville neighborhood. The small businesses are part of the initiative’s retail incubator program and will be housed in Glenville Circle North, a new mixed-use development set to open in summer 2019.

“The NTI Retail Incubator program is a small part of an overall effort to rebuild a distressed neighborhood and rebuild the economy of that neighborhood,” said Mayor Frank G. Jackson. “It is designed to help create wealth by providing support to entrepreneurs who supply goods and services to the neighborhood.”

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  • Mayor Frank G. Jackson Hosts First Jobs Match Week: May 15-May 19

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    Available positions range from entry-level to mid-management and technology.

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  • 2019 Mayor's Estimate Published

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  • Department of Aging's Thirtieth Annual Senior Day at Public Hall

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  • Mayor Jackson Announces Neighborhood Transformation Initiative Retail Incubator Finalists

    As part of Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s $65 million Neighborhood Transformation Initiative, seven local entrepreneurs will launch businesses in the Glenville neighborhood. The small businesses are part of the initiative’s retail incubator program and will be housed in Glenville Circle North, a new mixed-use development set to open in summer 2019.

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