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New funding available to develop affordable housing projectsApplications for capital funds due Sept. 15 The Department of Commerce Housing Finance Unit is happy to announce a new solicitation for projects seeking capital financing from the state Housing Trust Fund to develop affordable housing for people with low incomes in Washington. Applications will be considered for the following types of projects:Multifamily/rentalHomeownershipCommunity housing/cottage community Applications are due to Commerce by
READ OUR NEWSLETTER HERE Happy June! Stay up to date with news from The Chamber. Important links contained within this Newsletter are: - Sequim Night Lefties Tickets - A La Carte advertising information - United Way Dream Playground Build - June Chamber Luncheon RegistrationComplete June Event Calendar is available for view here. Submit your business news by the 25th of the month to our Membership Manager: email@example.com
New & Renewing Businesses Chamber Business Announcements Guest Speaker: Kris Johnson, CEO of the Association of Washington Business Topic: Business advocacy work and legislative impacts in the coming year.
READ OUR NEWSLETTER HERE Happy May! Stay up to date with news from The Chamber. Our first Ribbon Cutting of the year is taking place at the Sequim Farmer's Market on May 1st, 9am. Irrigation Festival Family Fun Day, events, and other important Member News. Learn how to prepare for the Restaurant Revitalization Fund. And please help provide input by taking the Sequim Understory survey.
Here is the recording of our monthly luncheon - Featuring Guest Speaker Mark Ozias.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_WU1n2zW4o Join us every 4th Tuesday for this networking and educational event. Register at www.sequimchamber.com/events
The April 2021 Chamber Newsletter features: our new Member Manager, Irrigation Festival Information and Spring Sidewalk Sale details.
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An open letter to our Community February 8, 2021 The Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce strives to support, inform, and advocate for our regional business community. The majority of our members are small locally owned and operated businesses who are the backbone of our economy, and have been hit hard by the pandemic. Local governments are important partners in our work, and we need local leaders to practice transparent non-partisan governance, and best business practices to stabilize and
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