Community development director resigning

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Alisa Boswell The Roosevelt County Community Development Corp. will move forward despite losing its community development director of four years, according to community development board member Randy Knudson. RCCDC Director Greg Fisher’s last day on the job will be Feb. 15. Fisher said he accepted a community development job in Los Alamos. Knudson said the […]

Press Release: Greatwide adding 75 new jobs

The Roosevelt County Community Development Corporation (RCCDC) announced today that they are working with Greatwide Logistics Inc. of Dallas, Texas to provide support for their expanding dairy transportation business based at the Portales Industrial Park. Greatwide recently won a countywide milk hauling contract with the Dairy Farmers of America (DFA), and is establishing operations at […]

Economic recruiters being interviewed

By Karl Terry: PNT Managing Editor Members of the Roosevelt County Community Development Corporation board say the pieces of a economic development plan are falling in place quickly now and the re-launch of the organization could be complete in a few weeks. The biggest piece of the puzzle is an economic development recruiter, who they […]

Portales hires recruiter

By Karl Terry: PNT Managing Editor The Portales City Council selected the Roosevelt County Community Development Corp. to provide economic development services for the city. Four providers were evaluated by a committee appointed by the council. The focus of the memorandum of agreement with RCCDC will be to provide the mechanism to hire an economic […]

Huffman answers construction questions

By Tony Parra Roosevelt County Community Development Corporation and Portales contractors have heard a buzz from Portales residents concerned about local jobs going to Clovis constructors for the new Roosevelt County Chamber of Business Center in the downtown plaza. RCCDC officials selected LCI 2 Inc. out of Clovis to do the construction work or contract […]