Summerville Local Business
Saturday | via Post and Courier
Throughout the Charleston area, the vacancy rate of commercial space stood below 10 percent in all major sectors for the first quarter of 2015, a sign of a healthy market that could lead to more construction. The vacancy rate is an average of information provided by commercial real estate companies Avison Young, Colliers International, Lee & Associates and Lincoln Harris. Comment?
Friday May 22 | via FOX Carolina
According to U.S. Geological Survey, a Magnitude 1.69 earthquake occurred just to the northwest of Summerville late Thursday night around 1:09 a.m. Earthquakes below Magniture 2 are generally not felt, and do not cause major damage. This quake would be considered a micro-earthquake, and South Carolina is no stranger to those. Comment?
Monday May 18 | via Post and Courier
Deal terms: MeadWestvaco stockholders will receive 0.78 shares of the combined company for each share they own. Rock-Tenn stockholders can choose either one share of the combined company or a specific cash amount for each of their shares. Comment?
Friday May 15 | via The Summerville Journal-Scene
Summerville DREAM recently conducted a survey to evaluate how the local community feels about its programs and promotions. Respondents were asked about their awareness of DREAM's role in different programs that take place in downtown Summerville, and then given the opportunity to express their opinions about current and future programs. Comment?
Thursday May 14 | via Post and Courier
The increased wireless connection is from an initiative that's part of the Google Data Center Community. Summerville Mayor Bill Collins said the enlarged WiFi zone ranges from West Richardson Avenue to the intersection of Cedar Street. Comment?
Tuesday May 12 | via The Summerville Journal-Scene
At 3 p.m. on May 14 in the Town of Summerville Municipal Complex courtyard, Mayor Bill Collins and Eric Wages, Google Data Center Operations Manager, will announce the expansion of the free high-speed Wi-Fi network in Historic Downtown Summerville. “I am pleased that the town has been able to secure another grant from Google to extend the free Wi-Fi along West Richardson Avenue to the intersection of Cedar St. Residents and visitors alike enjoy the service which makes our downtown even more inviting,” Collins said. Comment?
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