All Up In Your Budget - Ep. 1: FY22 Conditions & Revenues
All Up In Your Business
by City of College Station, Texas
10M ago
What a difference a year makes! Last year, the pandemic gave us a near-dormant economy and enormous uncertainty. This year, there are genuine signs of hope and recovery -- normalcy, even? -- that went into the development of the City of College Station's proposed fiscal year 2022 budget. In this four-part mini-series called All Up In Your Budget, we'll talk about the main takeaways from this proposed $353.7M budget (Spoiler: No recommended increases to the tax rate or to the electric, water and wastewater rates.) and talk about some important proposed increases to public safety and other core ..read more
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All Up In Your Business: A hot market is filling vacant properties
All Up In Your Business
by City of College Station, Texas
10M ago
Our economy is rebounding -- you can feel it. And while so many businesses didn't make it through the worst of the pandemic, no matter how hard they fought, College Station is once again a hot market for retailers looking to establish a location. Filling empty properties is among the top priorities for our Grow College Station team, and that's the primary focus of this episode. You'll hear Communications Director Jay Socol and Economic Development Manager Aubrey Nettles talk about the vacancies where they're seeing the most interest, some confirmed (and nearly confirmed) successes, and even th ..read more
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All Up In Your Business: What’s the city’s role in redevelopment?
All Up In Your Business
by City of College Station, Texas
10M ago
In the June episode of All Up In Your Business, Chief Development Officer Natalie Ruiz and Economic Development Manager Brian Piscacek talk about why the city’s role in redevelopment is essential. Long Term Planning Administrator Alyssa Halle-Schramm joins the discussion, taking us deep into the details of the city’s small area plans, including the Texas and University Redevelopment Plan. Be sure to look for the next episode of AUIYB in August. All Up In Your Business is available via: Podbean Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts iHeartRadio Spotify Stitcher Please subscribe, rate and recommend! If ..read more
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All Up In Your Business: Trends in economic development and retail markets
All Up In Your Business
by City of College Station, Texas
10M ago
Since longtime host Jay Socol retired last spring, it's been a while since our last episode of All Up in Your Business. Due to popular demand, the podcast returns, but with a slightly different look. College Station Chief Development Officer Natalie Ruiz now co-hosts the program with Economic Development Manager Brian Piscacek to update us on business trends and the restaurants, retailers, industries, and events that might be coming to town. We'll produce a fresh podcast addressing various topics on a quarterly basis. In this discussion with Aaron Farmer of The Retail Coach, Natalie and Brian ..read more
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All Up In Your Business: We're getting a what?
All Up In Your Business
by City of College Station, Texas
10M ago
Our first episode of 2021 covers a lot. So much, in fact, that we ditched the studio and did an actual tour of some of the fastest-growing areas of College Station to talk about what's new and what's coming. Communications Director Jay Socol and Economic Development Manager Aubrey Nettles make stops at Jones Crossing, CapRock, Tower Point, the Lowe's Shopping Center and Midtown -- then finish with a lightning round that covers additional areas of College Station. Keep in mind that this episode was shot for video, so the audio-only version cuts out some driving time and other elements that make ..read more
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All Up In Your Business: CS‘s taco prowess + Nat‘s takes on who/what might be coming
All Up In Your Business
by City of College Station, Texas
10M ago
It's been quite a while since College Station Economic Development Director Natalie Ruiz stepped up to the podcast microphone to update us on the restaurants, retailers, industries, and events that might be coming to CSTAT. In this discussion with College Station Communications Director Jay Socol, Natalie covers Midtown, Costco, Gringo's, the Wolf Pen Creek area, and how CS ranked so high on a list of Texas cities with the best tacos. All Up In Your Business is now available via: Podbean Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts iHeartRadio Spotify Stitcher YouTube Please subscribe, rate and recommend! H ..read more
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All Up In Your Budget - Ep. 4: FY22 Capital Projects & Debt
All Up In Your Business
by City of College Station, Texas
10M ago
What a difference a year makes! Last year, the pandemic gave us a near-dormant economy and enormous uncertainty. This year, there are genuine signs of hope and recovery -- normalcy, even? -- that went into the development of the City of College Station's proposed fiscal year 2022 budget. In this four-part mini-series called All Up In Your Budget, we'll talk about the main takeaways from this proposed $353.7M budget (Spoiler: No recommended increases to the tax rate or to the electric, water and wastewater rates.) and talk about some important proposed increases to public safety and other core ..read more
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All Up In Your Budget - Ep. 2 (Revenues)
All Up In Your Business
by City of College Station, Texas
10M ago
After a multi-month, coronavirus-inspired break, we're back -- this time with a special miniseries: Four episodes that focus on the College Station's proposed budget for fiscal year 2021. We're calling it All Up In Your Budget. The idea is to take a 330-page budget document and explain the big ideas in it, the changes caused by this health and economic crisis, how sustainable we think those are and what it means to our residents. This is a budget year like no other and we want to make sure that residents and taxpayers understand what's in it, what's not in it and why.   Fiscal Services Di ..read more
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All Up In Your Budget - Ep. 2: FY22 Expenses
All Up In Your Business
by City of College Station, Texas
10M ago
What a difference a year makes! Last year, the pandemic gave us a near-dormant economy and enormous uncertainty. This year, there are genuine signs of hope and recovery -- normalcy, even? -- that went into the development of the City of College Station's proposed fiscal year 2022 budget. In this four-part mini-series called All Up In Your Budget, we'll talk about the main takeaways from this proposed $353.7M budget (Spoiler: No recommended increases to the tax rate or to the electric, water and wastewater rates.) and talk about some important proposed increases to public safety and other core ..read more
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All Up In Your Budget - Ep. 1 (What we're dealing with)
All Up In Your Business
by City of College Station, Texas
10M ago
After a multi-month, coronavirus-inspired break, we're back -- this time with a special miniseries: Four episodes that focus on the College Station's proposed budget for fiscal year 2021. We're calling it All Up In Your Budget. The idea is to take a 330-page budget document and explain the big ideas in it, the changes caused by this health and economic crisis, how sustainable we think those are and what it means to our residents. This is a budget year like no other and we want to make sure that residents and taxpayers understand what's in it, what's not in it and why.   Fiscal Services Di ..read more
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