DCG Congratulates Lindy Deller for her Instrumental Work in Orchestrating the Developing Leaders Institute Curriculum and Program for the Northern Nevada Chapter of NAOIP

June 13, 2018, By Patrick Sheehan

DCG would like to congratulate and thank our very own Lindy Deller for her instrumental work in orchestrating the Developing Leaders Institute curriculum and program for the Northern Nevada Chapter of NAOIP. The first class was finalized last week, and this great program could not have been pulled off without Lindy’s hard work and dedication. […]

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Thank You For Making the 38th Annual Cioppino Feed the Largest Fundraising Year Ever.

March 12, 2018, By Patrick Sheehan

Thank You For Making the 38th Annual Cioppino Feed the Largest Fundraising Year Ever. The Boys and Girls Club was able to raise over 1 Million dollars this year, that’s 12 percent of their annual operating budget. We look forward to seeing you next year.

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The New Rancharrah Community is Beginning to Take Shape

December 28, 2017, By Patrick Sheehan

Much of the Roadwork within the Rancharrah is complete including the road into the Village at Rancharrah off Kietzke Lane and the roads leading to and around the communities of Lariet and Latigo. READ MORE about what’s new at Racharrah WATCH THE VIDEO of the progress that has been made to the new Rancharrah Community. […]

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Nevada Led the Nation in Private Sector Job Growth in First Half of 2017

December 18, 2017, By Patrick Sheehan

CARSON CITY, NV – Governor Brian Sandoval today announced Nevada maintained the highest private sector job growth in the United States through the first half of 2017. During the recession, Nevada’s employment growth was the lowest in the nation in 2009 (-10.1 percent) and 2010 (-2.8 percent). With data through the second quarter of 2017, […]

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DCG Donates to the EDDY House Clothing Drive

August 15, 2017, By Patrick Sheehan

Our DCG family was able to donate household items, a bin of clothes and a very full trunk of clothing. When we dropped off our first load at the EDDY House, the house was filled with many children utilizing their services; the staff was grateful for the compassion and hopefully, we can make a few […]

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Google Makes Nevada Land Grab for Data Center

April 17, 2017, By Patrick Sheehan

Google last week bought land stretching across 1,210 acres at a private industrial park east of Reno, Nev., for $29.1 million, according to people familiar with the deal and documents filed late Friday in Storey County, Nev. The Alphabet Inc. unit aims eventually to build a data center at the 107,000-acre Tahoe Reno Industrial Center, […]

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Reno, Sparks and Washoe County launch new online program for licenses and permits

March 22, 2017, By Patrick Sheehan

The City of Reno, the City of Sparks, Washoe County and the Washoe County Health District joined together to launch the new online program that streamlines the business license and building permitting process. The new program is called ONE and acts as a one-stop shop where anyone can apply for licenses and permits online. The […]

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Economic Impacts of Commercial Real Estate in Nevada

March 16, 2017, By Patrick Sheehan

Commercial real estate development is a powerful economic engine, creating jobs and generating significant fiscal contributions to local, state and national economies. In Nevada: Contributions to State Economy (GDP) in 2016: $3.9 billion Wages and Salaries Generated in 2016: $1.3 billion Jobs Created and Supported in 2016: 28,914 Across the United States: Contributions to National […]

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Nevada’s metro areas experience drop in unemployment for December

January 27, 2017, By Patrick Sheehan

Despite strong Statewide employment gains this month, Nevada’s largest metro areas experienced mixed job growth this December. The unemployment rate in Las Vegas dropped to 5 percent in December while Reno/Sparks and Carson City saw no change. However, looking back at 2016, Las Vegas has added 24,300 jobs, while Reno/Sparks gained 7,100 with Carson City […]

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Proposed Change to the City of Reno’s Business License Fee

January 18, 2017, By Patrick Sheehan

There has been a proposed change to the City of Reno business license fees. The proposed change is intended to provide that business license fees would be assessed based on the business gross receipts for goods sold/services performed within the City of Reno only (versus all sales anywhere).  In addition, two new business categories have been […]

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