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Fremont shows leadership in how communities can invest in quality child care

Fremont City Council approved a $71,121 Local Option Economic Development Loan to enable an area entrepreneur to launch a business that will help address the workforce needs of a much wider circle of employers in the community. The business? Pearl Academy, an early childhood education and care center. Read More

September 05, 2019  |  Posted in Legislation

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