The Morrison Area Development Corporation (MADC) in Morrison, IL is a non-profit, volunteer organization established to promote and coordinate economic growth and economic development in all areas of the City. The ultimate goal of the MADC is to maintain and enhance the quality of life enjoyed by all Morrison, IL residents.
MADC will assist organizations in their pursuit of local development efforts, and direct efforts including facilitating community cooperation, and guiding initiatives such as housing, and business development and retention. Contact us at (815) 772-3757 or visit our office at 221 W. Main Street, Morrison, IL.
Tri-County Economic Development Alliance will be hosting Vicky Miller, Director of the Illinois Procurement Technical Assistance Center, Black Hawk College, who will be presenting workshops for businesses to get certified for government contracts, including the Thomson Administrative U.S. Penitentiary. The series of workshops will be held on three consecutive Thursdays: 8/21, 8/28 and 9/4 at Manny[Read More]
Over the last several months, the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) and the U.S. 30 Project Study Team have beenworking diligently in an effort to complete the U.S. 30 Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) Phase I Study. As discussed in our last newsletter, a Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement (SDEIS) is required as an additional step in the EIS process due to the Federal [Read More]
For well over a decade, the Morrison Friends of the Parks Foundation have worked tirelessly to build a safe passage for walkers and bikers between the City of Morrison and the entrance to Morrison-Rockwood State Park. On Thursday, June 19, 2014 their efforts were recognized at a well-attended grand opening celebration and ribbon cutting ceremony for the first segment of the Morison Rockwood Recrea[Read More]
All Bureau of Prisons staff are considered correctional workers (Law Enforcement) first and foremost. However, there are all types of careers and opportunities for staff: Food Service, Health Services, Education, Recreation, Financial Management, Information Technology Services, Administrative Assistants, Facility Management, Psychology, Safety Management, Correctional Programs, [Read More]
Participation in the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) acquisition process is the same as with any other federal agency in accordance with procedures stated in the Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act (FASA) of 1994. All federal agencies are required to post notices of proposed government purchases exceeding $25,000, sub-contracting leads, contract awards, sales of surplus property and foreign business o[Read More]