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Construction of multi-family rental housing, barely a blip on the radar in the first half of this decade, has been on the rise the past three years and could explode in 2018 in Volusia County.

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AAA is predicting a record-breaking 46.9 million Americans will travel more than 50 miles away from home for the Fourth of July holiday period next week, which the auto club defines at Tuesday, July 3, to Sunday, July 8.

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The growth in construction and manufacturing jobs, and the continuing influx of retirees and tourists, in Volusia County has helped spark growth in other job sectors, such as retail trade, leisure and hospitality, and education and health services.

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Adams Ranch and Miami Corp. announced last week that Adams would be running about a hundred head of cattle on the 1,125 acres of land owned by Farmton Deering Park within the City of Edgewater.

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As the Volusia County economy, and average temperatures, heat up, the company that continues to stay in the middle of it is Consolidated-Tomoka Land Co.

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Iconically American, but Japanese-owned 7-Eleven gets to take the next shot in the battle for control of the crowd that commutes to work, seeks riches in the lottery or gets the late-night munchies, and others just looking for the convenience of the corner store.

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So far 2018, and in much of December 2017, commercial real estate activity in Volusia County was rather slow with few deals over $1 million.

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After a couple of months of head-scratching, dismal employment reports, the state labor agency got some more hard data and its December report for Volusia County more accurately portrays the booming economy we’re experiencing.

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The latest employment report from the state shows a drop in the Volusia County jobless rate to 4 percent from 5.1 percent last year as you'd expect with the county's hot economy.

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For first time homebuyers, or anyone who wants a little less hassle with their home, the townhouse market is heating up in Volusia County, and providing more choices.

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It's probably not the big splash International Speedway Corp. wanted, but the company will move forward with its planned entertainment and holiday activities Saturday, Dec. 9.

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The City of DeBary apparently will finally see the beginning of the DeBary Town Center, which is planned to include a mixture of residences, retail and offices.

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One last epitaph on September in Volusia County, which you can refer un-fondly to as Disaster Month, will show more details on its effects.

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