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Old 06-11-2007, 04:36 AM
 
Location: Northwest Missouri
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Thinking of moving to Rincon or Guyton, what are your thoughts on this. Are there any jobs near here?
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Old 06-11-2007, 02:52 PM
 
Location: Port Wentworth (North)
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Effingham Newspapers
Effingham | SavannahNow.com (http://savannahnow.com/know/info/neighborhoods/effingham/ - broken link)
Effingham Herald News
http://www.thespiritnewspaper.com/

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No quick solutions for traffic on Ga. 21 | SavannahNow.com
"No quick solutions for traffic"
"Better planning and more projects are needed to prevent the situation from worsening as development continues, Carter said. Action starting now would take years to correct the existing problems"

'Buy Dry' campaign urges consumers to be wary of homes built in wetlands | SavannahNow.com
'Buy Dry' campaign urges consumers to be wary of homes built in wetlands

Ebenezer Rifles Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp #1901 - P.O. Box 1218, Rincon, GA 31326

Most jobs will be in Savannah
Target opens import warehouse at Georgia Ports | SavannahNow.com (http://savannahnow.com/node/301368 - broken link)
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The 2-million-square-foot warehouse will handle overseas cargo and merchandise for Target stores in the Southeast. It was expected to employ some 100 area residents, but the facility already has surpassed that number.
"We're at 270 and still growing,"
Gulfstream opens new sales and design center | SavannahNow.com (http://savannahnow.com/node/301324 - broken link)
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Gulfstream's seven-year expansion plan includes acquisition of land adjacent to the Savannah-Hilton Head International Airport for a new Service Center, existing building renovation and new building construction. Additionally, there will be numerous upgrades to the plant, including improvements to the railway delivery system and vehicular traffic access routes. The facility expansion will be completed in phases to minimize any effect on the business-jet manufacturer's core businesses - manufacturing and servicing business jet aircraft.
Employment: Over the seven-year period, Gulfstream will add approximately 1,100 jobs. The site currently employs 5,000.
The ports are the biggest employer: distribution warehouses trucking
Tourism is big
With all of the retirees moving in the hospitals are expanding and nurses are in demand, geriatric everything....................
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