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This profile was last updated on 5/21/09  and contains information from public web pages.

Mr. William M. Carter

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Chapter Eleven - God’s Covenant People: Yesterday, Today & Forever - Mission to Israel, 21 May 2009 [cached]
William M. Carter
Youngstown Human Relations Administrator
White woman's firms don't warrant aid, official says.
Youngstown, Ohio (AP) The man responsible for ensuring that sufficient city contracts go to woman run companies says white woman in business do not warrant special treatment from the government
William M. Carter, administrator of Youngstown's Human Relations Commission, said the government should grant special treatment only to groups that have been discriminated against by law, such as blacks. He said the government had not discriminated against white woman.
White women have no fear of total economic collapse, he said in an interview published yesterday in the (Youngtown) Vindicator.
Partners, 4 Sept 2012 [cached]
Mr. William Carter Youngstown Area Development Corp. 2123 Belmont Avenue Youngstown, Ohio 44505
City of Youngstown, Ohio - City Hall - Directory
William M. Carter
About Us, 28 Sept 2010 [cached]
Mr. William M. Carter, Executive Director
City OKs $40,000 Working Capital Loan For Painting Firm, 8 Sept 2005 [cached]
"These are the kinds of things that allow minority companies to participate in our construction projects," said William Carter, director of the Youngstown Are Development Corp.
The funds are made available through the Community Development Block Grant minority fund, which earmarks money for companies owned or operated by minorities, Carter said.The program has been in existence for some time, but it's only been used recently during the massive school construction projects.
Construction projects that are funded by public money typically stipulate that contractors must make a substantial effort to employ a certain number of minorities or hire minority subcontractors for various projects, Carter noted.
In order for the company to receive the loan, it must have a contract, Carter stated.The program has been used in the past for smaller city construction projects, but not on large-scale development projects such as these.
Carter reported Blackwell and the city have been working with Welty Construction, the contractor on both the 7th District Court of Appeals building and the East High school projects.
Carter said he's "dissatisfied" at the small percentage of minorities working on construction projects throughout the city, noting "he's trying to do his level best" to see that minorities and women are treated fairly when it comes to hiring workers for these projects.
Blackwell Painting secured a $30,000 contract with the 7th Court of Appeals project and $243,091 for painting services for the East High project, Carter said.
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