Economic Development

New Orleans Proposes Local Hiring Policy For Economic Development Projects

The City of New Orleans has introduced a proposal to implement a new local hiring policy that links local and disadvantaged workers to the employment opportunities created by City contracts.

New Orleans

New Orleans (photo – Gary J Wood/flickr)

The proposed new policy, named Hire NOLA, requires contractors working on applicable projects to demonstrate good faith efforts to hire local and disadvantaged workers.

Applicable contracts include any Cooperative Endeavor Agreement to which the City is a party and is providing tax incentives for New Orleans economic development projects in excess of $150,000.

The new policy will also cover City contracts for construction, alteration or demolition of public buildings or public works in excess of $150,000.

Contractors will be required to consider New Orleans as their first source for recruitment, referrals and placement of new hires for applicable contracts.

The Network for Economic Opportunity introduced the Hire NOLA policy ordinance as part of the Mayor’s Economic Opportunity Strategy that was launched last year to connect disadvantaged job seekers and businesses to new opportunities.

In a release announcing Hire NOLA, Mayor Mitch Landrieu said that “Since launching the Economic Opportunity Strategy, we have made our goal clear -prepare and connect the people of New Orleans to jobs and our local businesses to strategic opportunities for growth.”

Mayor Landrieu added that there is no doubt that the local hiring policy will help to accomplish this goal.

Ashleigh Gardere, senior advisor for Economic Opportunity and executive director of the Network for Economic Opportunity, said in the release that with this new local hiring policy, they will be able to hold contractors accountable to hiring local talent, in turn building capacity for local businesses and supporting the growth of local industries.

The City expects that implementation of the Hire NOLA policy will ensure that at least fifty percent of all work hours on City projects will be completed by local workers, and thirty percent of those hours will be completed by disadvantaged local workers.

The agenda for the next meeting of the New Orleans City Council’s Economic Development Committee includes this proposed ordinance. The City is hoping to work with the City Council to get the ordinance passed by next month, with implementation to begin early next year in January.

The hiring goals set under the program will increase annually by five percent, with full implementation expected by 2020.

Councilmember James Gray said in the release that he is pleased to be championing this effort, and added that establishing and prioritizing local hiring through this new policy will ensure that they are making opportunities available for the local workforce.

Site Selection Top Utilities For Economic Development

Site Selection magazine has published its annual listing of the Top Utilities in Economic Development.

Site SelectionTop Utility

Site SelectionTop Utility (photo – entergynewsroom.com)

The magazine compiles this list every year based on a wide range of factors including an analysis of corporate end-user project activity in the previous year in each company’s territory, based on the Conway Project Database and submitted materials from utilities.

The criteria also include the Utility’s own job-creating infrastructure and facility investment trends, and factors such as website tools and data, and innovative programs and incentives for business, including energy efficiency and renewable energy programs.

The winning utilities in this year’s Site Selection list, in alphabetical order, are as follows:

ComEd (Exelon), Chicago, IL; Dominion Virginia Power, Richmond, VA; Duke Energy, Charlotte, NC; Entergy, New Orleans, LA; FirstEnergy, Akron, OH; Florida Power & Light, Juno Beach, FL; Georgia Power, Atlanta, GA; Hoosier Energy, Bloomington, IN; South Carolina Power Team, Columbia, SC; and Tennessee Valley Authority, Nashville, TN.

Adam Bruns, managing editor of Site Selection, said in a release that “This year’s Top Utilities are the class of their field when it comes to economic development teamwork.”

Mark Arend, editor in chief of Site Selection, noted that Utilities play a key role as participants in the economic development efforts of cities, regions and all areas working to improve their local business climate. “This year’s Top Utilities were particularly successful in this endeavor in 2014,” said Arend.

For example, Entergy Corporation (NYSE: ETR) helped secure a cumulative total of $14.4 billion of corporate project investment and 7,200 new jobs last year in its service territory spanning four states. Major chemical and energy projects supported by Entergy include those by Yuhuang Chemical, Calbee and Jefferson Gulf Coast Energy Partners.

Entergy was also recognized for its first full calendar year implementing system-wide economic development initiatives designed to support and drive growth in the Gulf Coast economy. One of these initiatives was the formation of a Corporate Business and Economic Development Department to augment and support the company’s existing Arkansas, Mississippi, Texas, and Louisiana economic development teams.

Mark Kleehammer, vice president of Entergy’s Business Development Services, said in a release that they’re honored to be recognized by Site Selection magazine as one of the top utilities for the eighth consecutive year. Kleehammer added that Utilities must actively participate in the economic development process and work closely with state agencies and local communities to influence the outcome.

Facebook’s $200M Prineville Data Center Expansion Supports Central Oregon Economic Development

Facebook has announced a more than $200 million capital investment to expand its data center operations in Prineville, OR.

Facebook Prineville Datacenter in Oregon

Facebook Prineville Datacenter in Oregon (photo – IntelFreePress/flickr)

The company’s investment will go towards the addition of a third data center building that will add 487,700 square feet of space.

Ken Patchett, director of Data Center Operations, West Region, Facebook, posted on the Prineville Data Center’s Facebook page that their “goals in both construction and the operation of Facebook’s data center in Prineville have always been to make Prineville a priority, be a great neighbor, and assist with the area’s economic development.”

The new data center construction is expected to continue supporting thousands of jobs in the region. Facebook already employs 147 employees at the Prineville Data Center, and 85 percent of them are Crook County residents.

According to an economic impact analysis study commissioned by Facebook a few months ago, the Prineville Data Center’s impact is as follows:

Construction impact (over five years) – $573 million in capital spending statewide, 651 jobs in Central Oregon, and 3,592 in total statewide, and $6.5 million in state income taxes.

Ongoing, non-construction activities (annual) – $45 million in output and 207 jobs in Central Oregon, and $64.7 million in output and 266 jobs statewide, and $500,000 in property taxes and more than $750,000 in personal state income taxes.

Apart from the Prineville economic development benefits, the new construction also continues to highlight the energy efficient and sustainable features that have made the Prineville Data Center a prototype for Facebook’s subsequent data centers in Forest City, NC; Lulea, Sweden; Altoona, IA; and a new data center that will open soon in Fort Worth, TX.

Sustainability features in the new Building 3 project in Prineville include an Open Compute Project hardware designs and a cooling system that makes use of the Central Oregon high desert air instead of energy-intensive air conditioners.

Patchett added in the post that their appreciation goes to the City of Prineville, Crook County and the State of Oregon for their support.

Late last month, the Prineville City Council and Crook County Board of Commissioners approved resolutions authorizing a property tax exemption for the project through a new 15-year long-term enterprise zone agreement with Vitesse, LLC. The City and County are joint sponsors of the Prineville/Crook County Rural Enterprise Zone. Vitesse, LLC is a Delaware-based entity that will undertake the project on behalf of Facebook.

This agreement will save Facebook millions of dollars in tax benefits, but it’s still going to generate a significant amount of new revenue for the City and County. A similar previous agreement requires Facebook to pay $110,000 per year in lieu of property taxes and around $600,000 in franchise fees. The new data center project will require Facebook to come up with an additional $190,000 per year.

Facebook has already invested $780 million in its Prineville Data Center operations. The company has also contributed more than $1 million over the last four years to Crook County schools and qualified nonprofits through its Community Action Grants program and local donations.

Wisconsin Rapids Get Economic Development Grant For Tribune Building Redevelopment

The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation has awarded the City of Wisconsin Rapids a $472,000 grant to support the renovation of the Tribune building site.

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The Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune vacated the building in Jan 2013, after it was purchased by the Incourage Community Foundation and dedicated for community uses to be decided by residents.

The 19,868-square-foot Ellis Stone construction was built by former Tribune owner and publisher William F. Huffman, and first opened in May 1960. It has also housed WFHR AM 1320 and WWRW 103.3 FM radio stations, in addition to being the home of the Tribune.

Incourage is a place-based philanthropy and community development organization serving the south Wood County area in rural Wisconsin.

They purchased this unique historic property along the Wisconsin River in Dec 2012 for $527,000, and the project to redevelop it through a collaborative community feedback process has since attracted a great deal of attention and funding. More than 800 community members have invested over 5,500 hours in the decision making process.

Plans for the building now include everything from an art studio and classroom to a brewpub and cafe with rooftop lounge, microbrewery , a creative workshop and makerspace, culinary kitchen, meeting space, recreational rental shop, retail store for local goods, play area, game room, a welcome center, and other public spaces.

The Tribune redevelopment project is also creating Wisconsin Rapids economic development benefits, including 14 new full-time and 23 part-time jobs, in addition to more than 200 construction jobs during the redevelopment stage. It’s also going to double the property value, and will serve as a catalyst for new opportunities along the waterfront.

In addition to individual contributions, funding for the project includes a $400,000 investment from ArtPlace America for creative placemaking efforts, and a $152,492 federal grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture for capacity building for proactive and collaborative redevelopment.

Now the State of Wisconsin is chipping in with a $472,000 grant to the City of Wisconsin Rapids that will be awarded through WEDC’s Community Development Investment Grant program. This program supports community development and redevelopment efforts, with a focus on projects located in downtown areas.

Reed Hall, secretary and CEO of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, said in a release that “We are confident that investment in the Tribune building will help spur additional business and community development in Wisconsin Rapids.”

Incourage President and CEO Kelly Ryan said in the release that they sincerely appreciate WEDC’s commitment to Wisconsin Rapids, and added that this grant awarded to the Tribune further demonstrates the importance of public-private and philanthropic partnerships to shaping a strong and inclusive, local economy.

Wisconsin Rapids Mayor Zach Vruwink noted that the city’s unique riverfront and surrounding spaces possess great potential in growing the local economy and stimulating investment, and added that the proximity of the Tribune building and the community’s involvement in the project is a testament to that.

Navy-Rhode Island Economic Development Partnership to Strengthen Defense and Ocean Technology Sectors

The U.S. Navy’s Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) has announced a new joint partnership with the State of Rhode Island focused on defense commercialization and diversification.

NUWC Newport

NUWC Newport (photo – navy.mil)

As part of this partnership, NUWC will place an employee on a two-year assignment to the offices of Rhode Island economic development agency Commerce RI in order to strengthen the defense and ocean technology sectors’ contribution to the state economy.

The partnership will focus on supporting defense commercialization by growing business opportunities for start-ups and small- to medium-size businesses with capabilities relevant to undersea and naval technologies.

The NUWC-RI partnership will be able to leverage NUWC’s intellectual property, patents, lab facilities, capabilities, personnel and expertise in undersea technologies to help the Rhode Island Commerce Corporation meet its economic development goals for defense diversification and commercialization.

The NUWC position at Commerce RI will serve as the state’s expert for developing policies and programs to implement technology transfer with NUWC and other federal labs, in addition to providing expert insight about coordinating a Rhode Island-based technology transfer pilot.

In a release announcing the partnership, Rear Adm. Michael Jabaley, Prospective Program Executive Officer Submarines (PEO Subs) and former commander of the NUWC, said that the position will assist the Commerce Corporation in identifying and attracting Rhode Island businesses and academic institutions that have technology developments or requirements in common with NUWC.

Governor Gina M. Raimondo said in the release that “Through this partnership with the Naval Undersea Warfare Center, we will develop bigger and better ways to work together to advance our technology, foster innovation in government, and create jobs.”

Gov. Raimondo added that this is a great example of the type of smart, new approaches needed to jumpstart the economy and spark Rhode Island’s comeback.

RI Secretary of Commerce Stefan Pryor said in the release that this partnership will help them to strengthen Rhode Island’s already well-positioned defense and ocean technology industries. Sec. Pryor added that that they will be able to advance economic development and create more high quality jobs for Rhode Islanders through this extraordinary collaboration with NUWC.

The Navy and DoD will benefit from the enhanced access to a broader cross-section of innovative commercial assets for increased research and development, identification of new sources, and reduction in costs of products and services.

Jabaley said that they intend for the position to identify and help connect potential technical experts from the State’s infrastructure to support NUWC’s mission via tech transfer mechanisms such as cooperative research and development agreements, educational partnership agreements, and small business innovation research programs.

The benefits of the partnership may also extend to other regional economic development initiatives in Rhode Island.

For example, Jabaley said that the NUWC position at Commerce RI could help provide additional direction and opportunities for the regional innovation hub that the City of Newport and several other organizations are working to establish.

The NUWC hopes to fill this key position and get the partnership effort with Commerce RI started within the next two months.

San Jose Gets $75M Federal Grant and Flexible Hybrid Electronics Manufacturing Innovation Institute

The U.S. Department of Defense has awarded the $171 million Flexible Hybrid Electronics Manufacturing Innovation Institute, the seventh of nine new Manufacturing Institutes, to the San Jose, CA-based FlexTech Alliance.

The Flexible Hybrid Electronics Manufacturing Innovation Institute (FHE-MII) will receive $75 million in federal grant funding from the DoD over five years, along with more than $96 million from industry, academia, and local governments.

Video – DoDManTech

The FlexTech Alliance leads a 162-member public-private manufacturing consortium of 96 companies, 11 laboratories and non-profit organizations, 41 colleges and universities, 27 states, and 14 state government and regional organizations.

The consortium brings together major electronics and semiconductor companies like Applied Materials, Apple, United Technologies, Hewlett Packard, and Qualcomm with FHE end users like Boeing, General Motors, the Cleveland Clinic, Corning, and Motorola. The consortium will also build on the cutting-edge research underway at partner universities such as Stanford, UC Berkeley, Harvard, and MIT.

Organizations that are a part of the consortium include the California Governor’s Office of Economic Development Go-Biz, and other state and regional members including Jobs Ohio, Empire State Development, SouthWest Michigan First, and Team NEO.

The San Jose Office of Economic Development, the Mayor’s Office, and the San Jose-Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce collaborated to support the winning FlexTech Alliance proposal. Local officials described the announcement as a big win for San Jose.

Mayor Sam Liccardo said in a release that San Jose is taking off, and added that “the $75 million grant to FlexTech Alliance by the United States Department of Defense represents another big win for our city.”

City of San Jose Economic Development Director Kim Walesh noted that nearly one in six jobs in the city are related to manufacturing, and added that “this prestigious institute will bolster our city’s leadership in designing and producing products that link the virtual and real worlds to help improve our lives.”

Flexible hybrid electronics (FHE) is an innovative manufacturing sector, sitting at the intersection of high precision printing and next generation sensors. The market for flexible hybrid electronics manufacturing has the potential for dramatic growth across the wearable markets, medical devices, and the Internet of Things.

The FHE Manufacturing Innovation Institute will work to develop lower-cost, higher-speed, and more efficient manufacturing processes for flexible hybrid electronics.

Visit manufacturing.gov to find out more about the Flexible Hybrid Electronics Manufacturing Innovation Institute (FHE-MII) and the other National Network for Manufacturing Innovation (NNMI) institutes.

Madison City Council to Consider Economic Development Financing For Judge Doyle Square Project

At it’s next meeting, the City Council of Madison, WI will consider a resolution authorizing the mayor and city clerk to execute a development agreement with JDS Development LLC for the Judge Doyle Square Project.

Rendering of JDS development in Madison, WI

Rendering of JDS development in Madison, WI (photo – exactsciences.com)

The resolution calls for the City to provide millions of dollars in financing for several different aspects of the project, which is expected to produce a multitude of Madison economic development benefits.

The nearly $47 million in public funding sought for a private project in Madison is unprecedented, but so is the size and prime location of the JDS project.

Judge Doyle Square is a two-block area in downtown Madison that includes the Madison Municipal Building (Block 88) and the Government East parking garage (Block 105).

This presents a unique opportunity to unlock the development potential of two City-owned, tax-exempt parcels and significantly expand the City’s tax base and employment. The project will also improve walkability in the Central Business District, and help retain and grow the business of the Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center.

The $130 million investment by the developer would go towards construction of a 1,000,000-square-foot development that will include the new 250,000-square-foot headquarters of molecular diagnostics company Exact Sciences Corp. (NASDAQ: EXAS). It also includes a 216-room hotel, retail and entertainment space, a public food hall, health and wellness facilities, parking space and a bicycle center.

The City’s amended and restated development agreement proposes spending public funds for several aspects of the project.

This includes $12 million as a jobs-based TIF loan ($30,000 per job) to Exact Sciences for tenant improvements and other costs associated with the construction of the Block 88 Office Building. As part of the economic development agreement with the City of Madison, Exact is required to employ at least 400 employees in living wage jobs at their new headquarters location by Jan 1, 2019.

When the company first announced its intention to be the anchor tenant in the JDS project, Kevin Conroy, chairman and CEO of Exact Sciences, said in a release that welcoming an innovative tech company like Exact Sciences and bringing hundreds of highly-skilled workers downtown is an enormous opportunity for the City of Madison.

“This partnership is a chance to invigorate an underdeveloped corner of the city, grow Madison’s tax base and help Exact Sciences attract top talent as we continue expanding,” added Conroy.

Apart from the $12 million in TIF funding to support Exact’s relocation to downtown Madison, the City will also provide $20.8 million in TIF funding for development of parking spaces for the project, a bicycle center and parking space for the City’s fleet. Another $13.9 million in funding through TIF and property sale proceeds will go towards land acquisition costs.

Katrina’s 10th Anniversary Brings US EDA Grants For New Orleans, Baton Rouge Economic Development Projects

The U.S. Economic Development Administration has announced grant awards totaling $2.1 million for four projects in Baton Rouge, New Orleans and at the Port of South Louisiana in Laplace, Louisiana.

New Orleans Katrina Memorial

New Orleans Katrina Memorial (photo – Michael Homan/flickr)

The EDA investments were announced by Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development Matt Erskine, who was in Louisiana to mark the occasion of Katrina’s 10th anniversary and announce a new resiliency partnership involving the EDA and the Delta Regional Authority.

The EDA grants announced by DAS Erskine include:

– The Capital Region Planning Commission is getting a grant of $1,150,000 for its Capital Region Operations and Resource Center project in Baton Rouge. The new Center will focus on minimizing economic dislocation after a major disaster;

– The Idea Village, Inc. is getting a $400,000 grant for the New Orleans Louisiana Entrepreneur Ecosystem project that will offer technical assistance to local entrepreneurs and businesses;

– Propeller is getting a $300,000 grant that will help it support the water cluster in New Orleans; and

– The Port of South Louisiana is getting a $250,000 for a South Louisiana Container Terminal Strategic Planning and Marketing Study. The study is expected to contribute to the local economy and grow jobs in the region by analyzing ways to efficiently process imports and exports.

Following the announcements of these EDA investments in Louisiana, U.S. Senator for Louisiana David Vitter said in a statement that “Louisiana is on the verge of an economic, manufacturing renaissance, and these EDA grants will help keep the momentum moving forward as we work to create jobs and grow the economy, ensuring a bright, competitive future for the next generation of Louisianians.”

This latest $400,000 EDA grant for The Idea Village adds to previously announced funding awards of $600,000 in 2013, another $400,000 in 2011 and $800,000 in 2009. The Idea Village was founded in 2000 and is the first organization with a mission solely centered on entrepreneurship in New Orleans.

In addition to supporting thousands of entrepreneurs, The Idea Village now plays a key role in New Orleans economic development efforts, and has elevated the city’s reputation as a destination for business, entrepreneurship and innovation. The successful model established by The Idea Village in New Orleans has since been replicated in other places such as Las Vegas, which now has its own Idea Village project.

The Baton Rouge-based Capital Region Planning Commission (CRPC) is a Council of Governments serving eleven parishes. Propeller is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting social innovation in New Orleans, and offers a co-working space for incubating ventures that have the potential to solve pressing challenges faced by the city.

Uber and University of Arizona Economic Development Partnership on Mapping Test Vehicles

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey joined Uber executives and University of Arizona President Ann Weaver Hart at the College of Optical Sciences to announce an economic development partnership between Uber and UA.

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As part of the partnership, which focuses on research and development in the optics space for mapping and safety, Tucson and UA will be the next home of the Uber mapping test vehicles project. Uber mapping test vehicles are already on the streets in Pittsburgh, PA in partnership with Carnegie Mellon University.

Uber is also investing in Arizona’s technology ecosystem with a $25,000 donation to the College of Optical Sciences to support the next generation of optical scientists and engineers continue to explore and develop new and innovative technologies.

Announcing the Uber-University of Arizona economic development partnership, Gov. Ducey said in a release that this is a great day for Uber, for the UA and for the future of innovation in Arizona.

“All Arizonans stand to benefit from embracing new technologies – especially when it means new jobs, new economic development, new research opportunities and increased public safety and transportation options for our state,” added Gov. Ducey.

University of Arizona President Ann Weaver Hart said in the release that UA’s achievements in advanced optics and imaging technologies in particular will help Uber on the ground in Arizona, and added that UA’s global research leadership allows them to join in a collaborative effort that will have great benefit for the state.

Brian McClendon, vice president of advanced technologies for Uber, said in the release that “It’s clear that Arizona welcomes innovation, and we applaud Governor Ducey and the University of Arizona for their eagerness to embrace new technology.”

In conjunction with the Uber-UA announcement, Gov. Ducey also signed an Executive Order supporting the testing and operation of self-driving vehicles in Arizona.

These announcements follow other Uber and tech-friendly policy decisions made by Arizona that have also led to Uber favoring the state for economic development projects. For instance, the passage of ridesharing regulations by Arizona overturned the ban on the company’s operations in the state, and this was quickly followed by the opening of the Uber Center of Excellence in Phoenix with nearly 300 new jobs.

In a blog post announcing the economic development partnership with UA, the company said that Arizona has been a great home for Uber. They add that it’s clear that Arizona is pro-technology and welcomes innovation, and that’s why they are proud to announce that they are investing further in the technology ecosystem in Arizona.

SBA Awards $17.4M in STEP Grants to Boost Small Business Exports

The U.S. Small Business Administration has awarded State Trade and Export Promotion (STEP) program grants totaling $17.4 million to 40 states and territories to support activities to increase exporting by small businesses.

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This is the fourth round of funding awarded by the SBA under the STEP program authorized by the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010. The program was funded at $30 million per year for the first two years, followed by $8 million for the third year, and $17.4 million this year.

The Federal government typically provides 75 percent of the funding required for the total project, and states provide 25 percent. STEP grants are designed to support activities and programs by states and territories aimed at increasing both the number of small businesses that begin to export and the value of exports for small businesses currently exporting to support activities to increase exporting by small businesses.

This includes support for participation in foreign trade missions and market sales trips, subscription to services provided by the Department of Commerce, design of international marketing products and campaigns, export trade show exhibits, training, and other efforts aligned with STE Program goals.

For example, one of the award recipients this year is the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED), which has been awarded $300,000 to continue ongoing initiatives in China and Poland. Supported by the new STEP grant funding, GOED’s International Division plans to sub-fund grants to assist companies with trade mission travel costs related to their participation in state-led trade missions to Poland and China’s Jiangsu Province next year.

Kris Sanchez, director of International Trade for the Nevada GOED, said in a release that “With a targeted focus from GOED of increasing the number of Nevada businesses that export as well as increasing the value of those exports, the STEP grant allocation will make a huge difference in financially assisting our agency’s work in China and Poland on behalf of Nevada’s business community.”

The West Virginia Development Office has likewise been awarded a $200,000 STEP grant to support its First STEP-Next STEP program that provides additional assistance to West Virginia small businesses that export goods to international markets.

Governor Earl Ray Tomblin said in a release that “It is my hope this grant program will not only support our state’s current exporters, but also those interested in entering the export market for the first time.”

The North Dakota Trade Office, which has been awarded a $287,694 STEP grant, will use the funds to help eligible small businesses participate in international trade and gain access to Big Iron’s International Visitor Program, ExporTech training and market research.

U.S. Senator for North Dakota John Hoeven, who was instrumental in starting the North Dakota Trade Office in 2005 during his term as governor, said in a release that “STEP funds will help North Dakota small businesses continue to be leaders in export and economic growth.”

SBA STEP grants

SBA STEP grants (source – sba.gov)

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