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A helping hand for Navajo vets

Monday, July 23, 2018

Roughly 15 miles outside of Gallup on tribal land, a dilapidated mobile home sits in a scrubby lot. By the looks of it, children must live...
City of Gallup Resolution for Economic Development Week

Monday, April 30, 2018

Recognizing 2018 as the 92d anniversary of the International Economic Development Council and WHEREAS, the International Economic Development Council is the largest professional economic development organization dedicated...
Three recipients of Medal of Honor visit UA

Friday, April 20, 2018

Hiroshi Miyamura wanted to join the U.S. military but was rejected because of his Japanese ancestry. "During World War II, we were banned following Pearl Harbor,"...
Have You Tried GGEDCs Real Estate Search Tool?

Monday, April 16, 2018

The real estate search tool on the Greater Gallup EDC website is critically important for showing site selectors and business owners the available properties in...
GGEDC issues Final Report on Economic Roundtable

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Recommendations Target Workforce Development in the Construction, Logistics, and Manufacturing Sectors Gallup, NM – Today, the planning committee for the Economic Roundtable on Workforce Development in...
Get On Track With a Rail-Served Site

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Should your new or expanded facility be rail-served? Whether you ship consumer goods or industrial commodities, immediate access to the resources of a Class I...
GGEDC Attends 2015 San Juan Basin Energy Conference

Monday, March 30, 2015

Farmington, NM – GGEDC in concert with Gallup Land Partners successfully participated in the 2015 San Juan Basin Energy Conference. Organized by the San Juan College School of Energy, Four Corners Innovation, Inc., and the New Mexico Center for Energy Policy, a division of New Mexico Tech, the conference was held on March 24-25, 2015 at San Juan College’s Henderson Fine Arts Center.
Carbon Coal Road designated a public road by McKinley County Commission

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Gallup, NM – Gallup Land Partners, LLC announced today Carbon Coal Road which will serve as the primary transportation corridor for the Gallup Energy Logistics Park was approved for public road status from the McKinley County Board of Commissioners.   Carbon Coal Road, north of the city of Gallup will connect the Gallup Energy Logistics Park to US Hwy 491, allowing traffic to bypass the city of...
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