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After years of ups and downs, Los Angeles moves forward on the creation of a public bank

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Assemblyman Miguel Santiago, D-Los Angeles, left, presents Assemblyman David Chiu, D-San Francisco, third from left, a note reading #PUBLIC BANKS NOW after Chiu's measure to let California cities create their own public banks, was approved by the Assembly in Sacramento, Calif., Friday, Sept.  13, 2019. Assemblyman Jeff Stone, D-Scotts Valley, second from left, and Assemblyman Ash Kalra, D-San Jose, right, joined in on the celebration.  The bill now goes to the governor.  (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)

Assemblyman Miguel Santiago, left, presents Assemblyman David Chi a sign after Chiu’s measure to let California cities create their own public banks was approved by the Assembly in 2019. (Rich Pedroncelli / Associated Press)

Los Angeles is taking another step

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Canola Oil Processing Plant Project Report 2023: Business Plan, Manufacturing Process

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the report “Canola Oil Processing Plant Project Report 2023: Industry Trends, Plant Setup, Machinery, Raw Materials, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue” by IMARC Group presents a comprehensive guide to establishing a canola oil processing plant. The report offers in-depth market

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Indoor self-storage business planned for dormant Fairborn former Kmart

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May 30—FAIRBORN — A long-dormant former Kmart site at a largely vacant Fairborn shopping center is the focus of a proposal for a 600-plus-unit indoor self-storage business.

Plans for the location at the Five Points Plaza at 224 E. Dayton

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Inside Little People’s Jeremy & Audrey Roloff’s new business plan after closing clothing company & losing family farm

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LITTLE People, Big World alum Jeremy Roloff and his wife, Audrey, have a new business plan in the works after the stars closed their clothing company and were ousted from the family’s farm.

Jeremy, 33, and Audrey, 31, own the

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City to update Housing Business Plan to apply for federal funding –

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The city council approved a change order to update the city’s Housing Business Plan in order to apply for federal funding.

The federal government recently announced that $4 billion in funding would be available through the Housing Accelerator Fund Program.