Coastal Leaders Travel to Montgomery

Coastal Leaders Travel to Montgomery

For the fourth year, Coastal Alabama Partnership hosted a trip to Montgomery to meet with State leadership regarding issues important to our region. On January 31st 2018, business and elected leaders from Mobile and Baldwin counties spent the day hearing from state leaders, including Governor Kay Ivey, President Pro Tem Del Marsh and Commissioner Chris Blankenship.  After a full day of meetings, the Coastal Alabama Partnership joined with regional chamber partners to host a reception honoring all state legislators.

Coastal Alabama Partnership wishes to thank our partners in your support of this legislative trip. We appreciate the support of Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce, North Baldwin Chamber of Commerce, Coastal Alabama Business Chamber and Mobile Chamber of Commerce.

 

 

 

CAP Releases 2018 Legislative Agenda

CAP Releases 2018 Legislative Agenda

Coastal Alabama Partnership ‘s 2018 Regional Legislative Agenda supports the efforts of the nine economic development entities in Coastal Alabama representing over 4,700 businesses and nearly 150,000 employees region wide. These entities include the Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce, South Baldwin Chamber of Commerce, Coastal Alabama Business Chamber, Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce, Gulf Shores & Orange Beach Tourism,… Continue Reading

Coastal Alabama Loses a Leader

Coastal Alabama Loses a Leader

Coastal Alabama lost a leader this week. Ed Rodriguez, CEO and President of the Coastal Alabama Business Chamber, passed away last Thursday. Ed was a true visionary who looked outside of his own area and always thought regionally. Ed brought a high level of professionalism and leadership to his team, earning the Chamber of the Year in 2015.… Continue Reading

Baldwin & Mobile County Updated Flood Maps Released

Baldwin & Mobile County Updated Flood Maps Released

Over the last few months there has been significant activity in coastal Alabama regarding flood maps. Preliminary maps for Baldwin County were released in July and the Mobile County maps in November. The changes in Baldwin County effect over 4600 homeowners, with over 2500 homes now included inside the 100-year floodplain and over 2100 removed. … Continue Reading

Mobile River Bridge and Bayway Project Receives Four Responses to Request for Qualifications

Mobile River Bridge and Bayway Project Receives Four Responses to Request for Qualifications

The Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) recently announced that four teams submitted Statements of Qualifications (SOQs) in response to the Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for delivering the Mobile River Bridge and Bayway Project – a 12-mile project that will increase capacity along the Interstate 10 corridor in South Alabama. Four teams submitted applications for the proposed… Continue Reading

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