Jimmy John Liautaud opened up about family and business in a wide-ranging interview with staff writer Ben Zigterman, whose story graces the cover of our current Central Illinois Business magazine. An excerpt:
The 2014 Central Illinois Business Forty Under 40 honoree and 2001 Illinois Wesleyan grad took time out to answer a few questions from Editor Jeff D’Alessio in the 30th installment of our weekly speed read spotlighting local leaders of organizations big and small.
Listed are permits for all new single-family and multifamily residences as well as commercial and industrial work and residential remodeling costing over $25,000. Permits are listed by applicant, description, site and cost.
Being permitted to restart indoor service Friday doesn’t mean all restaurants and bars will do so, and not necessarily at the full capacity they’ll be allowed.
The CEO and president now in his 26th year with the Champaign-based Clark Dietz engineering firm took time out to answer a few questions from Editor Jeff D’Alessio in the 29th installment of our weekly speed read spotlighting local leaders of organizations big and small.
The author, in-demand speaker and president of the International Association of Fire Chiefs took time out took time out to answer a few questions from Editor Jeff D’Alessio in the 28th installment of our weekly speed read spotlighting local leaders of organizations big and small.
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The retired military man, clothing store owner, coach, referee, Uber driver — the list goes on — sat down with Mary Schenk last week for a wide-ranging talk, from growing up black in Urbana to making a difference in his new 365彩票apptown of Rantoul.
Owner Steve Suderman, whose store was first shut down by the coronavirus pandemic and then hit by looters, said he feels a little bit like Job, the biblical character forced to suffer at length. But he predicted that things will slowly get better.
The owner of Kelly's Accounting, a 1981 Monticello High grad and former Illini volleyball player, took time out to answer a few questions from Editor Jeff D’Alessio in the 27th installment of our weekly speed read spotlighting local leaders of organizations big and small.
Owner Rebecca Bedinger said she’s excited to get back to work, 'but I’m definitely thinking: Proceed with caution. … We’re a little bit of a canary in the coal mine.'
These applications for assumed business names were filed with the Champaign County clerk’s office:— Ascending Aesthetics, 2705 Pine Valley Drive, C, Kuldeepa Vartak-Mehta, same address.
The business plans to use about $155,000 in Redevelopment Incentive Program grants and $20,000 in Storefront Improvement grants to restore the buildings at 51-55 Main Street to their early 1900s look.
Family-medicine physician Dr. Margaret Tate, who is finishing her residency at Carle Foundation Hospital, is joining OSF and will be seeing patients at the new offices, which are set to open in the fall.
Safe reopening guidelines for various business segments, from hair salons to child care centers, have been spelled out on a new website called Champaign County Safe.
The managing partner at the downtown Champaign law firm of Thomas Mamer LLP answered a few questions from Editor Jeff D’Alessio in the 24th installment of our weekly speed read spotlighting local leaders of organizations big and small.
Owner Dennis Riggs said he was able to reopen this past week after consulting with the Champaign-Urbana Public Health District about how to do that safely.
Among the 2,044 former students and faculty members featured on our Gies College365彩票 of Business-powered website: Champaign Central and UI grad and industrial services business owner Doniel Sutton, formerly senior vice president of people at PayPal.
In recent months, the Champaign City Council has taken new action on the proposed Applewood Valley subdivision, amending an annexation agreement that was first approved in 2006 and approving a plat for the subdivision’s first phase.
A day after the Ford County Board approved a resolution saying business owners should have the opportunity to reopen if they choose — with safety precautions taken — some business owners were all for it. And some were hesitant.
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