Trinity County’s unemployment rate rose from 7.1 percent in June to 7.9 percent in July, but remains over a full percentage point lower than it was for the same period last year when the labor force was also larger and unemployment stood at 9 percent.
The Trinity County and Weaverville chambers of commerce, and the WEMBO/Weaverville 24 Steering Committee, in partnership with the Shasta Cascade Small Business Development Center, are offering the second in the series of Customer Service and Hospitality Training opportunities entitled “Empowering Your Employees to Meet & Greet Our Visitors.”
The Trinity County Planning Commission was scheduled last week to consider a use permit and setback variance for the proposed development of a 9,100-square-foot Dollar General retail store in Hayfork, but the agenda item was postponed until the next commission meeting Sept. 10 which will be held in Hayfork.
Planning to produce 50 to 75 gallons of beer two or three times a week, a Weaverville couple has received the green light to conduct a small-scale brewery at their home off Brown’s Ranch Road under the cottage industry provisions of Trinity County’s zoning ordinance.
O’Reilly Auto Parts will celebrate the grand opening of its Weaverville store Aug. 12-25. The store is located at 1120 Main St.
Janell Armijo with Big Valley Properties has been awarded the National Association of Realtors’ Green Designation, the only green real estate professional designation recognized by NAR.
The Trinity County Chamber of Commerce and the Weaverville 24 Steering Committee, in partnership with Shasta Cascade Small Business Development Center, will host a series of Customer Service and Hospitality Training opportunities beginning July 20.