Governor Terry McAuliffe announced today that Green Applications LLC, a Division of Green Distribution, one of the largest printers and distributors of textile merchandise and heat applied graphics on the East Coast, will invest $9.75 million...More
Governor TerryMcAuliffe announced today that Virginia agricultural exports, which also include forestry products, reached a new all-time high of $2.85 billion in 2013, up more than 8 percent in total value from the previous record reached in 2012....More
Governor McAuliffe Announces Evonik Industries to invest $15 million in Business and Innovation Center in Chesterfield County27 Feb 2014
Governor Terry McAuliffe announced in North Chesterfield today that Evonik Industries, one of the world's leading specialty chemicals companies, will invest $15 million to relocate and expand its Business and Innovation Center in Chesterfield...More
Governor Terry McAuliffe issued the following statement on the budget proposals released by the Virginia House of Delegates and the Senate of Virginia
Governor Announces Mid-Session Revenue Reduction of $140 Million Due to Weak January and Year-To-Date Revenue Collections; Offers Budget Actions to Cover Reduced Revenue Growth12 Feb 2014
oday, Governor Terry McAuliffe briefed House and Senate budget committee leaders on the preliminary mid-session revenue reforecast numbers.
Governor Terry McAuliffe announced his proposed amendments to the current budget and the upcoming biennial budget today at a press conference in Richmond. Those amendments include increased funding for Virginia schools, public safety and other core priorities, while increasing the unappropriated balance in the introduced budget from $50.9 million to $51.1 million.
- Governor McAuliffe Announces Evonik Industries to invest $15 million in Business and Innovation Center in Chesterfield County
- Governor McAuliffe Statement on House and Senate Budget Proposals
- Governor Announces Mid-Session Revenue Reduction of $140 Million Due to Weak January and Year-To-Date Revenue Collections