Hammond Redevelopment Commission
HAMMOND | A local sign and printing company is poised to receive a $54,500 loan from the Hammond Redevelopment Commission in exchange for hiring two city residents.
HAMMOND | The Hammond Redevelopment Commission is scheduled to meet at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at Hammond City Hall.
Hammond Redevelopment Commission will meet April 16, 2013.
HAMMOND | The Hammond Redevelopment Commission will discuss an agreement for Lincoln Lake home construction Tuesday.
HAMMOND | The next Hammond Redevelopment Commission meeting is set for March 19.
HAMMOND | The Hammond Redevelopment Commission is giving additional time for a company to move out of the Manta building in downtown Hammond.
HAMMOND | The Hammond Redevelopment Commission will discuss the sale of three properties Tuesday.
HAMMOND | The Hammond Redevelopment Commission will meet at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall.
HAMMOND | The Hammond Redevelopment Commission will meet 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.
HAMMOND | The city has hired an engineering firm to explore options in developing city-owned property adjacent to the Lost Marsh Golf Course.
HAMMOND | A Hammond redevelopment commissioner questioned at a meeting last week the $10,000 offer received by the city for the former Walgreens site on Sibley Street.
HAMMOND | The Hammond Redevelopment Commission approved a plan Tuesday that could lead to Walmart building a store near Cabela's at Indianapolis Boulevard and Interstate 80/94.
HAMMOND | Reports of performance issues with an East Chicago-based contractor were aired as the Hammond Redevelopment Commission chose a company to demolish an old train slab.
HAMMOND | The Hammond Redevelopment Commission will hold a special meeting today to vote on approving contractors for the former Queen Anne Candy Factory demolition project.
HAMMOND | The Hammond Redevelopment Commission approved a $572,800 contract Tuesday for the remodeling of the Harrison Park tennis courts.
HAMMOND | The Hammond Redevelopment Commission will consider awarding a bid for tennis improvements at Harrison Park on Tuesday.
HAMMOND | Nurturing the next generation of small businesses often takes a partnership and a safe haven where fledgling companies can develop both wings and roots.
HAMMOND | Unilever is undertaking an $800,000 project to spruce up its North Hammond plant, an endeavor city officials hope will change the perception of an area they consider prime for retail development.
HAMMOND | The Hammond Redevelopment Commission authorized staff on Tuesday to advertise for bids for firms interested in redoing the aging tennis courts at Harrison Park.
HAMMOND | The Hammond Redevelopment Commission will meet 4:30 p.m. today at City Hall.
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