From the HEARLD-INDEPENDENT: Dane County Executive Joe Parisi on Sept. 22 joined Ruben L. Anthony Jr., President and CEO of the Urban League of Greater Madison, to announce that he’s putting $2 million in his upcoming 2021 budget to help the Urban League purchase a site for an economic development hub along the South Park Street corridor dedicated to supporting minority-owned businesses.
Dane County’s first 2021 budget move puts $2 million toward minority-owned business hub on South Side
From the WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL: Dane County Executive Joe Parisi joined ULGM CEO Ruben Anthony at the Urban League to announce his first 2021 budget initiative which is putting $2 million toward an economic development hub on Madison’s South Side dedicated to supporting minority-owned businesses.
From NBC 15 – Dane Co. Executive Joe Parisi announced $2 million in the 2021 budget to assist the Urban League buy a new site for an economic development hub dedicated to supporting minority-owned businesses.
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