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Choo! Choo!

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August 25, 2010, 1:00 am
Don’t miss the gravy train: Proposals are due Sept. 16 for projects that jibe with the city of Santa Fe’s Economic Development Plan.

The city will award up to $50,000 to projects that further “the City Economic Development Values,” have a “Low [read: small] Environmental Footprint,” offer high wages and are “innovative” and “local”—defined as “how it fits with the ‘City Different,’ and/or provides positive economic impacts to residents of Santa Fe.”

In short, would-be government-backed entrepreneurs have three weeks to string as many buzzwords together as possible, and email the resulting document to Affordable Housing Project Specialist Jessica Sandoval at jmsandoval@santafenm.gov.

Web only: For more information, visit the city's proposal guidelines page here.


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