Clallam: Funding sought, new staffer hired to help hatch business
Clallam County economic development officials are looking at several state, federal and local grant funding sources to help make the business incubator portion of the Port Angeles-based skills center a reality.
The incubator is slated to begin operation in January, sharing space in the North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center.
``This has been the No. 1 economic development project in the county for three years,'' Jim Haguewood, Clallam County Economic Development Council executive director, said of the skills center/business incubator project.
Now under construction at Eighth and B streets in Port Angeles, the skills center will provide employee training for existing businesses.
The business incubator is designed to nurture and encourage emerging small businesses.
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