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Public Policy Tipoffs Involving Wyoming Newsletter for Sunday June 14, 2020 ( 7 items )  

Golf Course Superintendents Association: Wyoming Latest State to Publish BMP Guidelines for Golf Courses
LAWRENCE, Kansas, June 10 -- The Golf Course Superintendents Association of America issued the following news release: The hard work of the Peaks and Prairies Golf Course Superintendents Association has resulted in the publication of "Best Management Practices for Wyoming Golf Courses". The Wyoming BMPs were developed in part by using the BMP Planning Guide and Template created by the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) and funded and supported by the USGA. The Peaks an  more

Grants Available to Wyoming Business Council Businesses Directly Affected by Public Health Orders
CHEYENNE, Wyoming, June 10 -- The Wyoming Business Council issued the following news: By Tom Dixon, Content Marketing Manager The Wyoming Business Council on Monday successfully launched the first of three grant programs targeted toward small-businesses owners who suffered economic hardship caused by the novel coronavirus. To ensure the $50 million Business Interruption Stipend program reaches those small-business owners with the fewest resources and the greatest need, the Business Council p  more

SSSBA and University of Wyoming Launch Free Steel Bridge Student Summer Lecture Series
WASHINGTON, June 11 -- The Short Span Steel Bridge Alliance issued the following news release: The Short Span Steel Bridge Alliance (SSSBA) is teaming up with the University of Wyoming, American Institute of Steel Construction and National Steel Bridge Alliance to launch a free six-part live-lecture educational series that will cover the many aspects of designing, fabricating and constructing steel bridges. The "Steel Bridge Education Lectures: From Concept to Delivery" six-part series will ru  more

Wyoming Business Council Encourages High-priority Businesses to Apply for Grants
CHEYENNE, Wyoming, June 12 -- The Wyoming Business Council issued the following news: The Wyoming Business Council encourages business owners who did not receive Payment Protection Program funding and were directly affected by state public health orders to apply by 1 p.m. Thursday to retain priority status for the Business Interruption Stipend program. Business Council staff is currently reviewing applications from business owners who did not receive federal assistance AND whose types of busi  more

Wyoming Business Council Requests Proposals for Relief Programs Marketing
CHEYENNE, Wyoming, June 13 -- The Wyoming Business Council issued the following news: The Wyoming Business Council requests proposals from marketing and PR individuals or firms to provide a marketing campaign for the Wyoming Business Relief programs, which distribute grant funding to help Wyoming businesses mitigate financial hardship as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The contractor will develop and execute a comprehensive statewide information and outreach program targeting business ow  more

Wyoming Business Council: State Elected Officials to Consider Community Grants June 16
CHEYENNE, Wyoming, June 12 -- The Wyoming Business Council issued the following news: The State Loan and Investment Board (SLIB) will consider five Business Ready Community (BRC) grant requests during its quarterly meeting beginning at 8 a.m. on June 16 via Zoom. The public may attend virtually by visiting lands.wyo.gov. Those wishing to provide comment on a project are asked to register here (http://clt1099707.bmetrack.com/c/l?u=A789B78&e=1083CE7&c=10C7BB&t=0&l=354DA8E8&email=fQLLJByVwoytz%2BB  more

Wyoming Business Relief Program Issues First Grant Payments, Application Period Remains Open
CHEYENNE, Wyoming, June 12 -- The Wyoming Business Council issued the following news: Governor Mark Gordon announced that the first grant payments to Wyoming small business owners who applied for COVID-19 mitigation assistance have been issued. The payments are posted on the WyOpen.gov website created by State Auditor Kristi Racines to provide the public with easy access to state of Wyoming expenditures. "I'm glad to report that the state has begun issuing these payments," Governor Gordon sai  more