February Greetings from Wall Economic Development
2 Feb 2020
We had lots of new and exciting things happening last month here, in Wall.
4th Ave Floral moves to new location
Cindy Hauk, 4th Ave Floral’s owner and florist is happy to announce the new location.
The Flower shop relocated to 212 3rd Ave., Wall, SD. Cindy has been in the flower business since 2014. As a locally owned business, 4th Ave Floral prides itself on producing quality flower arrangements coupled with great customer service. Cindy and her helper Lori Gibson create custom or pre-designed arrangements for special events, weddings, funeral, large events, corporate events and of course, for no reason at all. 4th Avenue Floral not only does flower arrangements, but also offers gifts for any occasion, classes and deliveries to surrounding area. Hours of operation are Monday-Friday 9 am-5 pm, also open for special occasions by appointment. You can contact 4th Ave Floral by calling (605) 279-1115
Relocation of Polished Pinky
Holly Bryant, the owner and a hair stylist of Polished Pinky, relocated to a new location at 608 Glenn St. Holly has been in business since 2011.
Polished Pinky is a local beauty salon that offers quality services such as haircuts, hairstyle, colors, perms, pedicure and gels in a welcoming and relaxing environment. Those wishing to find out more about Polished Pinky can call Holly at (605) 279-2772 or stop by at the new location at 608 Glenn St. Hours of operation are Monday-Friday 9am to 4:30 pm. Open in the evening by appointment.
It is no secret that housing is a concern in the Wall community, ranging from seasonal housing to the availability of properties for high-end housing. A goal of the Wall Economic Development Corporation Board of Directors was that our passion, commitment, hard work, and expertise would result in quality affordable housing for Wall residents that would change lives and improve neighborhoods.
In 2016, the City of Wall participated in a comprehensive housing study. This study helped to identify specific housing needs and offered potential solutions. In February 2018, the City and WEDC took a big step toward housing development by purchasing the property at 402 Glenn Street. The structure was demolished, and the lot cleared.
After months of searching for a developer, the lot was sold for affordable housing development. The developer’s plan is to build three Governors Homes.
If you move to Wall on or after January 1, 2020 to work full-time for a Wall employer, you maybe eligible for New Relocation Program.
The workforce has been an enormous challenge. The number of open jobs in Wall has been higher than the number of people looking for work. Wall Economic Development Corporation created a New Relocation Program. The program offers reimbursement up to $750.00 per household in relocating cost for individuals moving to Wall, SD. Furthermore, Wall Economic Development partnered with the City of Wall and West River Electric Asst., who will waive utility deposits for those who qualify for this program.
“Everyone is influenced by an incentive. Everyone has motivation. That’s why it’s important to concentrate on what we can do to help employers to attract the workforce. We hope, remote worker incentive program will help to make a decision for those, who would like to live and work in Wall”, – says Liliya Stone, director of Economic Development Corporation.
The employers who are interested in relocation program must contact Wall Economic Development Corporation at 605-279-2658 or email@example.com
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Partner in the South Dakota WEEK of WORK
On April 20-24,2020 this initiative will provide 10th grade students in South Dakota an opportunity to explore their career interest and be matched with work experience provided by employers.
As a business, you can gain exposure for your industry, impact career awareness as well as engage with your potential workforce.
REGISTER @ SDWeekofWorks.com before February 20th to express your interest and be matched with students.
Wall Economic Development Corporation always welcomes local businesses and individuals to become investors/members of WEDC to help our community to grow.
The goal of Wall Economic Development is to improve the quality of life of residents in Wall.
If you are interested to become a WEDC member, please contact Liliya Stone at 605-279-2658 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to our members for believing in our organization and supporting us.
Sincerely, Liliya Stone
Executive Director of WEDC