Earlier this week, Rock Hill City Council approved the first round of raises for itself and the mayor in 25 years. While the move certainly has its political consequences, the current holders of those offices say it’s a move that keeps the city in step with municipalities across the nation.
THESE PAST FEW WEEKS, WE’VE BEEN COVERING IN GREAT DETAIL THE DECISION TO HIRE FIRM SORA-PHELPS AS THE LEAD DEVELOPER TO WORK ON WHAT’S NOW KNOWN AS THE KNOWLEDGE PARK PROJECT IN ROCK HILL. ANDY SHENE IS THE IMMEDIATE PAST CHAIRMAN OF THE ROCK HILL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION AND CHAIRS THE KNOWLEDGE PARK LEADERSHIP GROUP. […]
After more than two years of research, investigation and planning, the Rock Hill City Council gave the final OK Monday to a memorandum of understanding allowing Maryland-based Sora-Phelps to take the reins on leading the Knowledge Park development efforts downtown. Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed
PROGRESS ON THE DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS OF ROCK HILL’S KNOWLEDGE PARK CORRIDOR CONTINUE TO TAKE SHAPE. THIS WEEK, THE CITY’S ECONOIMC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OFFERED IT’S RECCOMENDATION FOR A MASTER DEVELOPER FOR THE PROJECT, CHOOSING DELAWARE BASED SORA-PHELPS TO GUIDE THE WORK FORWARD. Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed
It’s not exactly a common sight when a local government decides to dissolve a tax plan, but in Rock Hill, that’s happening for businesses in the Manchester Village area. A Tax Increment Financing district, first put in place 25 years ago, is on its way out. Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed
This week, we take a closer look at one of the small businesses that’s already earned a spot in Rock Hill’s brand new Technology Incubator. Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed
This week, we get an update on the progress of construction at the Rock Hill Outdoor Center. Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed