Friday, August 1, 2014

Top Rivers plans to relocate developing office

Three Rivers plans to finally relocate development office

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Officials offering Three Rivers Regional Commission reading locations in Coweta County regarding regional workforce development office.

"Monday we looked at some properties in addition plan on looking at more, " claimed Lanier Boatright, Three Rivers home.

Boatright first spoke publicly that's about moving the workforce development emploi from Griffin iphone 5 case to Coweta in the past few months after the Three Rivers Regional Local authority or council met at the Walter B. Mountain Community Center in Turin.

They from Three Rivers has opened more than one location in Coweta, using some unfinished office space.

In 06, Boatright said the current office to be able to Griffin survivor case must be vacated when a lease ends. Commission officials is likely to be looking for "something that will meet regular needs and is not too expensive, " a person said.

Three Rivers also is want companies to provide training and reinforce for young people entering the staff. The commission ran an ballyhoo about the issuance of a Request for Recommendations for youth services in the region.

Approximately $850, 00-$985, 000 will be available to receive programs in the area between April one-time, 2015, and March 31, 2016. The 10-county area includes Coweta, Butts, Carroll, Heard, Lamar, Meriwether, Pike, Spalding, Troup and Upson.

Nine potential companies attended our bidders' conference at the commission's emploi in Griffin.

"Companies will provide on-the-job training for youth" ages 14-21, Boatright said. Services are provided for those extremely in school and also out of school. Bessides teaching traditional job skills, Boatright said there also is an increased exposure of being on time, speaking and caffeine appropriate for work and other "soft attainments. "

The 2014 program generally in progress, has about 130 takers, according to Boatright.