This week I'm back with a review of some of my favourite stories of the past few weeks and my thoughts on the state of the country today.
The slightly tinted surface around the border is the hour that is spent in the area between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. with an average wind speed of 1.0 km / h. This area is filled with the four cardinal points of the wind and covered by clouds. The cloudy area is excluded from the hours in which the mean wind direction goes in one of the four cardinal directions. During this hour, the average wind speeds are below 1 / 0 MPH and in some hours over 2 / 3 of an hour.
The least humid day of the year is January 24, with the humid temperature being 1% all the time, and the quietest day of the year was August 8. The wind blows from west to southeast, from west to southeast, from west to southeast in the south and east.
The clearest part of the year in Douglas starts on September 12 and lasts until December 11. In spring, summer time begins on March 8, lasts 7.8 months and ends on November 1 in autumn. It is also observed in summer and lasts 3-4 months in spring and 2-3 months in autumn.
The first spring blooms appear in March or April, due to the increasing degree days alone, although they appear at different times of the year in different parts of the year such as October, November and December.
In April, May, September and early November there are a high number of warm weather activities that Douglas can visit, based on the tourism score. These values mean Douglas is most likely to be visited for general outdoor tourist activities such as hiking, camping, fishing, hiking and camping. In August, October, November and December, the majority of heat activity at Visit Douglas is based on tourist numbers. The most frequent times to visit Douglas for warmer weather are from April to May and from September to early November. In the summer months of July, August to September and October to the end of November of each year, a large part of Douglas "visit is attributed to tourism.
Douglas "growing season rarely lasts more than three months, starting from January 23 to March 10 and ending from November 14 to December 31. The windiest day of the year is the windiest day of the year, March 7, and there is no wind in the summer months of July, August to September and October to early November. A precipitation value based on three hours of precipitation, concentrated on the hour in question, falls linear and amounts to 10% precipitation.
According to the latest ACS, Douglas is 50% black, 40% white and 20% African American. In 2006, Douglas recruited the first African Americans to the United States to insulate themselves from the effects of climate change. Recognising the growing importance of the small business and technology centre in Douglas, EDA divided the site into dozens of smaller parcels and invested in a new state-of-the-art office building and space, as well as the construction of a small business centre. In one of its boldest moves, Douglas has reinvented it as a "small business" and "technology center," according to Douglas' executive vice president of business development.
Douglas has balanced his approach to economic development with genuine and substantial support for small fish, and has shown that this can create an environment in which businesses thrive regardless of size or sector. Douglas's support for small businesses ranges from intensive financial and infrastructure support to the creation of a small business incubator and business development centre. The result was that Douglas has attracted high-quality companies to the area that would not have chosen the location without the support of the EDA.
Local entrepreneurs have joined forces to sell a supportive corporate culture at Douglas. The Chamber coordinates soft touch support and organizes a two-day retreat every one to two years to present and develop a common vision for economic development. Local technical schools are on the table, have outlined training opportunities, and there is a bridge to high-quality business prospects.
The Chamber has also teamed up with South Georgia College to create a small business incubator on campus where student entrepreneurs will receive space and support from office workers. Students from Coffee and surrounding counties are served by the College of Business and Business Administration and the Douglas County Chamber of Commerce. There are four golf courses in town and General Coffee State Park is just minutes east. Popular tourist attractions in the area include the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Coffee Creek Golf Course, the Georgia State Fair and a variety of other local attractions.