Sergio Cortes, of Gregmor Construction, puts up wall panels for River City Community Development Corporation’s soon-to-open business incubator on McMorrine Street. Behind him is Francisco Martinez.

Jon Hawley/The Daily Advance

Sergio Cortes, of Gregmor Construction, puts up wall panels for River City Community Development Corporation’s soon-to-open business incubator on McMorrine Street. Behind him is Francisco Martinez.

Biz incubator taking shape: Nonprofit expects first tenants by fall

By Jon Hawley

The Daily Advance

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River City Community Development Corporation is aiming to have its under-construction business incubator on McMorrine Street fully leased when it opens late this year, River City CEO Lenora Jarvis-Mackey said last week.

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waste

True freethinker

Waste

I still think this a waste of tax dollars.

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