08.13.

Attend a Free Presentation: Green Infrastructure Planning at the Landscape Scale

Attend a Free Presentation: Green Infrastructure Planning at the Landscape Scale by Karen Firehock at the Waccamaw Regional Council of Governments on Thursday, August 28, 2014, 10:00am-noon.

Objectives: The Waccamaw Regional Council of Governments, the South Carolina Forestry Commission and Trees SC invite you to attend a free presentation about our state’s Green Infrastructure Planning Guide and Model initiative! Who should Attend: Planners, conservationists, developers, community members, elected and appointed officials and anyone concerned about better ways to develop that conserve our resources! Where:1230 Highmarket St. Georgetown, SC 29440 Cost: Free. Registration Required by 8/25/2014 – Limited to 25 attendees.

Contact: Daniel Newquist 843-436-6131 or dnewquist@wrcog.org Click Here to Register

 

08.11.

Waccamaw Regional introduces newly redesigned website; newsletter and more in the works

Waccamaw Regional introduces newly redesigned website; newsletter and more in the works:  Waccamaw Regional Council of Governments rolled out a newly redesigned website today, featuring a wider array of content, a more contemporary look and a layout that’s user friendly and easier to navigate. The site, at www.wrcog.org, offers an abundance of information about the agency and the extensive range of programs and services it offers to the public and government agencies in Georgetown, Horry and Williamsburg counties. Those services include workforce development, grant administration, transportation planning, assistance for the elderly and their caregivers, and even loans for businesses, developers and community organizations. “It really is a substantial list of services that we help people with. A lot of those programs, on the surface, people wouldn’t necessarily expect to go together,” said Sarah Smith, executive director for Waccamaw Regional. “We offer a lot of services people don’t know about and we’re trying to change that. We want people to see all we have to offer.” The website had been improved since its introduction in the late 1990’s, but this was its first overhaul of appearance, content and organization. The redesign is just one component of a year-long effort to clarify Waccamaw Regional’s services and programs, and make the agency more visible and accessible throughout the three-county region it serves. Waccamaw Regional unveiled a new logo earlier this year. The logo is already in use and has been well received. An e-newsletter was also launched to keep clients and community residents abreast of new programs and other changes and happenings at Waccamaw Regional. Anyone interested in receive the newsletter can sign-up on www.wrcog.org or http://eepurl.com/XxRFf. Additionally, Waccamaw Regional will add social media to its means of communication. The agency has a presence on social media websites including Facebook, Twitter and Google+. “We’ve been kind of a well-kept secret, but that doesn’t help us serve the communities in our region. We’re doing more than ever and technology makes it easier than ever to share what we’re doing. We’re going to take advantage of that,” Smith said. She hopes results will be seen quickly in the number of people in all three of the region’s counties who are taking advantage of programs and services through Waccamaw Regional.

For more information about Waccamaw Regional, visit www.wrcog.org, or call (843) 546-8502.WRCOG Newsletter 2014-1

08.01.

Workforce On-the-Job Contract Developer/Writer

Workforce On-the-Job Contract Developer/Writer: The Waccamaw Regional Council of Governments (WRCOG) is seeking a Workforce On-the-Job Contract Developer/Writer for its Workforce Investment Act (WIA) program serving Georgetown, Horry, and Williamsburg Counties. The primary responsibility of this position is to work with local employers and to serve as the liaison between the state, employers and dislocated workers in the region. The incumbent reports to the Director of Center Operations & WIA Programming. Bachelor degree from an accredited college or university and 2 years of workforce or economic development experience. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter to include salary requirements and a resume with 3 references postmarked by August 4, 2014 to: WOTJ Contract Developer-Writer, WRCOG, 1230 Highmarket St., Georgetown, SC 29440. WRCOG is an EOE. OJT Contract Dev Writer

06.26.

2014 Murrells Inlet Watershed Plan

2014 Murrells Inlet Watershed Plan: The Murrells Inlet Watershed Plan was made possible by a 319 grant funded by SC DHEC. The plan was developed by the Waccamaw Regional COG in partnership with Murrells Inlet 2020, Horry County Stormwater, Georgetown County Stormwater, Coastal Carolina University’s Waccamaw Watershed Academy and the Earthworks Group, Inc.

05.08.

RFP: Data Recovery, Computing Solution & Data Storage

The Waccamaw Regional Council of Governments is accepting proposals to provide a computing solution to serve its main office in Georgetown County, SC and 3 satellite offices located in Georgetown, Horry and Williamsburg counties.  The 4 offices require access to a computer system to allow access to the internet, use of Microsoft Office Suite, email server, SharePoint, remote access via Cloud or VPN and data storage to a central server.  Deadline for Submission: June 10, 2014  

Details click here: RFP Computer-Data-Recovery-Storage Details 

 
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