Ohio Economic Development Assistance for Greater Cincinnati Projects to Create Over 1000 Jobs

Governor John R. Kasich announced that the Ohio Tax Credit Authority has approved assistance for 13 projects that will spur $163.6 million in new investments across the state.

Ohio jobs

Ohio jobs (photo – americaspower/flickr)

Economic development tax credit awards for these Ohio projects are expected to create a total of 1,401 jobs and $58.2 million in new payroll, in addition to helping retain another 1,470 jobs.

One of the biggest projects in the lot both in terms of investment and job creation is an expansion by Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America, Inc. in the City of Mason, OH.

Mitsubishi is investing $80 million to add nearly 50 percent more space to its existing 400,000-square-foot facility in Mason where it manufactures alternators and starter motors for the automotive industry. Mitsubishi has recently been awarded a contract by General Motors, and needs to boost production of its automotive alternators.

The City of Mason and Warren County teamed up with state economic development non-profit JobsOhio and Greater Cincinnati economic development group REDI Cincinnati to secure the Mitsubishi expansion project for the Mason plant.

Mitsubishi plans to create 100 new jobs in Mason, and the expansion will also help them retain 450 existing jobs. This means $4.2 million in additional annual payroll on top of the existing payroll of $19.7 million. The Ohio TCA has approved a 55 percent, eight-year Job Creation Tax Credit (JCTC) for this project.

Apart from Mitsubishi, the TCA also approved assistance for four other projects located in Greater Cincinnati. This includes Aprecia Pharmaceuticals Company; Curiosity, LLC; SSB Manufacturing Company; and Startek USA Inc.

All five projects combined are expected to generate over $123 million in capital investments for the region, and create 1,066 new jobs while retaining 671 current positions.

REDI Cincinnati President and CEO Johnna Reeder said in a release announcing the approval of state economic development assistance for these projects that they are seeing growth in several sectors right now, as evidenced by the companies approved. Reeder added that they expect this trend to continue as their pipeline is consistently moving in an upward trajectory.

The remaining eight projects for which the Ohio TCA approved state incentives are as follows:-

Briskheat Corp – Expansion project in the City of Columbus creating 103 new jobs. Awarded a 50 percent, six-year JCTC.

Coyote Logistics, LLC – Expansion project in the City of Columbus creating 50 new jobs. Awarded a 45 percent, six-year JCTC.

Superior Production, LLC- Expansion project in the City of Columbus creating 35 new jobs. Awarded a 40 percent, six-year JCTC.

Craft Wholesalers, Inc. – New location in the City of Groveport creating 10 new jobs. Awarded a 35 percent, five-year JCTC.

Autosoft, Inc. – Expansion project in the City of Dayton creating 25 new jobs. Awarded a 45 percent, five-year JCTC.

GT Technologies, Inc. – Expansion project in the City of Toledo creating 24 new jobs. Awarded a 40 percent, six-year JCTC.

GT Technologies, Inc. – Expansion project in the City of Defiance creating 19 new jobs. Awarded a 40 percent, six-year JCTC.

Total Quality Logistics, LLC – New project in Ohio, at a location which is yet to be finalized, will create 70 new jobs. Awarded a 40 percent, five-year JCTC.

Rhode Island Economic Development Gets New Leadership Team

Rhode Island Commerce Secretary Stefan Pryor announced the appointment of a new leadership team at the Rhode Island Commerce Corporation to oversee the state’s economic development efforts.

Rhode Island

Rhode Island (photo – taberandrew/flickr)

Sec. Pryor announced that one of the new appointments is Darin Early, who is now the new chief operating officer of the Rhode Island Commerce Corporation.

As COO, Early will be in charge of day-to-day operations and will provide overall direction for the Commerce Corp.

The second new appointment is Daniel Jennings, who will serve as senior economic development advisor at the RI Commerce Corp. Jennings will be working closely with Sec. Pryor and the new COO on real estate and economic development projects that will grow jobs in Rhode Island.

Jennings is coming to the RI Commerce Corp after serving as interim Deputy Mayor and Director of Economic and Housing Development for the City of Newark, NJ. As deputy mayor, Jennings was responsible for all Newark economic development functions including business attraction and retention, small business assistance, and real estate development.

At the same time, Jennings was also senior vice president for Real Estate at the Brick City Development Corporation in Newark. Before that, Jennings worked in New York City as director of Development at Thor Equities. One of his first jobs was as a senior project manager at the NYC Economic Development Corp.

Daniel Jennings has a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from NYU, and a Master’s degree in Urban Planning from Columbia University.

Darin Early comes to the RI Commerce Corp as a real estate and business investment consultant based in Greater Los Angeles with a track record that includes 11 years at commercial real estate firm Jones Lang LaSalle, Inc., where his last position was as executive vice president for investment and development transactions.

At JLL, he led teams of investment and development professionals advising organizations such as the New Jersey Economic Development Authority and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

Darin Early has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from George Washington University.

Secretary Pryor said in a release announcing these appointments that they are strengthening the Rhode Island economic development team in order to enable the implementation of the Governor’s ambitious economic agenda.

Sec. Pryor added that Darin and Dan bring significant hands-on development experience to the Commerce Corporation, and will help them support existing businesses, attract new enterprises, and catalyze Rhode Island’s economy.

Arlington, Virginia Approves Use of Dark Fiber Network as Economic Development Tool

The Arlington County Board has approved key elements of a plan to use Arlington County, Virginia’s 10-mile dark fiber as an economic development tool.

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ConnectArlington was originally developed as a dedicated high-speed, fiber-optic broadband network to connect County facilities and the public school system together.

As part of this plan, the County now plans to install, own and operate 10 miles of underground dark (dedicated) fiber, which includes additional conduits in the ground that allow the County to expand its use of dark fiber beyond that required for its own use.

This capacity to expand the use of the dark fiber ‘middle-mile’ is now being made use of as an Arlington economic development tool in the form of a licensing program that will enable local businesses access to this dark fiber.

End users on this network will have access to transmission speeds at least 100 times greater than current speeds. But it’s not just a question of high-speed broadband. Access to the dark fiber allows local businesses to establish dedicated lines to universities, research centers, government buildings and federal agencies that will all be connected securely through ConnectArlington.

A part of the dark fiber network is dedicated for government use at the local and federal levels, with license terms that accommodate government needs. This means that government agencies, universities and private sector businesses using the dark fiber network can create direct and secure high-speed links to each other.

As the only place for businesses to receive this level of broadband speed, service and security, Arlington will have a big advantage in competing for site location projects involving federal agencies, educational institutions and all the businesses and service providers that need to collaborate with these large organizations.

In a 5-0 vote, the Arlington County Board approved the ConnectArlington policy statement, license agreement, and rate structure. The County will continue to own and operate the dark fiber, and those provided a license will be responsible for connecting the fiber to offices, apartments and businesses in Arlington.

The policy statement approved by the County Board requires that the ‘middle-mile’ must connect only to businesses that are located in Arlington.

Arlington County Board Chair Mary Hynes said in a statement announcing the County Board’s decision that this is an exciting step forward in Arlington’s plan to be a technological hub in the region. Hynes noted that Arlington’s strategic investments are building a technology infrastructure second to none, and added that it will help them attract the businesses of the 21st century.

The County has already started work on installation of 864 dark fiber strands as part of the ConnectArlington expansion, which is expected to cost $4.1 million. Annual operating expenses are expected to be around $700,000 to $800,000. The County expects revenues from the project will cover both the investment and operating costs.

LED, Central Louisiana Economic Development Alliance Land $2.4B ASA Aluminum Mill Project

American Specialty Alloys Inc. has selected a site in Pineville, Louisiana as the location for an aluminum mill complex that will produce 1.3 billion pounds of aluminum annually for the automotive and aerospace industries.

ASA mill in Pineville, Louisiana

ASA mill in Pineville, Louisiana (photo – centrallouisiana.org)

Supported by Louisiana Economic Development, the Central Louisiana Economic Development Alliance, Cleco Corp and other state, local and regional partners, ASA plans to invest $2.4 billion to create a 3,000-acre campus.

The company will create 850 direct jobs at the facility, and another 600 employees of ASA corporate partners will also be located on-site at the complex providing manufacturing and logistics support. These direct jobs will have an average annual salary of $70,500, plus benefits.

Apart from the 1,450 permanent new jobs at the facility, Louisiana Economic Development (LED) estimates that the project will create another 2,600 indirect jobs. Not to mention the 2,000 construction jobs created in Central Louisiana while the mill complex is being built.

ASA has selected the 1,200-acre former International Paper complex in Pineville for this project, and plans to expand the complex to cover 1.4 million square feet spread across a 3,000-acre mega-campus.

Governor Bobby Jindal said in a release announcing the site selection that they had pledged to work on securing a project that would bring good jobs back to the location when the IP paper mill closed several years ago. “We are excited that ASA has announced plans to invest in Central Louisiana and take advantage of Louisiana’s strong business climate and world-class workforce,” said Gov. Jindal.

ASA founder, Chairman and CEO Roger Boggs said in the release that they spent considerable time and resources looking at potential candidates across the Southern states. Boggs said they studied many factors essential to the project’s success, including property characteristics, community engagement, workforce readiness and the quality and support of local service providers.

“In Louisiana, we found a high level of coordination and cooperation among state agencies and with local site-service providers,” added Boggs.

Columbus, MS-based American Specialty Alloys Inc. is a newly formed company, and had announced plans to build this ‘Mill of the Future’ as their flagship plant back in November last year. The company plans to design the plant as the world’s first green mini-mill with a $200 million investment in pollution control systems alone

Central Louisiana secured this project over competing proposals from other southern states including Mississippi, Alabama and Texas.

LED formally began discussions with the company after the project was made public last year in November. In order to secure the project, LED has offered the company an incentive package that includes a $34 million performance-based grant to offset site-related infrastructure costs. This grant will be made available to ASA in installments as the company meets its capital investment and job creation targets.

ASA will also have access to LED FastStart, Louisiana’s workforce development program. The company is also expected to be eligible for additional incentives under the state’s Quality Jobs and Industrial Tax Exemption programs.

Pineville Mayor Clarence Fields credited a partnership effort that secured the project, including LED, the Central Louisiana Economic Development Alliance (CLEDA), public utility holding company Cleco Corporation, and the Red River Waterway Commission.

Cleco Corp assisted in the ASA economic development project efforts and site selection, while the Red River Waterway Commission gave their support for the creation of a new port to serve the facility.

CLEDA President and CEO Jim Clinton likewise noted in a CLEDA release that the decision by ASA to locate in Central Louisiana is transformative for the region and would not have been possible without great partners.

CLEDA Vice President Rick Ranson added that this is the largest economic development announcement in their history and added that they don’t want it to stay the largest, but right now it’s the biggest thing they have ever done.

McKesson Corp Named as Company Behind $65M Clear Lake, Iowa Distribution Center Project

Nelson P. Crabb, Mayor of Clear Lake, IA, disclosed that the company behind a large distribution center project announced a year back is McKesson Corporation.

McKesson Corp

McKesson Corp (photo – BoogaFrito/flickr)

The Mayor, accompanied by City Administrator Scott Flory and Clear Lake Economic Development Director Chad Schreck, made the announcement during a public event at Clear Lake City Hall.

McKesson is making a capital investment of $65 million into the project, and expects to create 164 full time jobs with an average annual wage of $39,000 at the facility. The project will result in the addition of $6.5 million in annual payroll and generate nearly $19 million in new tax base.

Construction on the 340,000-square-foot distribution center began a year ago, and is expected to be completed in a month or so. Once the facility is fully equipped, the company plans to begin hiring by fall this year.

The site selection process for this project was a bit unique. After five months of negotiations, Clear Lake, IA and Austin, MN were finalists for the project, and the company chose Clear Lake in January last year.

The company kept its name secret during this process, and only a handful of people who agreed to a non-disclosure agreement with the site selector knew who was behind the project. In official documents, the project’s developer was listed as Windmill Realty, LLC.

Up to this point, it was pretty much a standard new business project. But once the site selection process is over, local and state authorities usually announce the name of the actual company behind the project. But in this case, McKesson chose to start construction on the project and didn’t allow their name to be revealed for more than a whole year.

They even got a waiver that allowed them to start construction and go through the process of applying for state incentives afterwards.

The Iowa Economic Development Authority’s next board meeting agenda has McKesson Corporation listed on its list of applicants seeking state incentives.

The project has already been offered a sizable package of local incentives by Cerro Gordo County and the City of Clear Lake that includes $9.5 million, 10-year forgivable loan and a 90 percent property tax rebate for 15 years.

During the past year, open records requests were filed to force local officials to reveal the name of the company behind the project. But they denied having any documents that had the real company’s name on it.

All this is a moot point now, since the name of the company has been revealed. San Francisco-based McKesson Corporation (NYSE: MCK) was founded in 1883 and is now the oldest and largest health care services company in the United States. It is ranked 15th on the Fortune 500 list and generated $137.6 billion in revenue last year.

Vermont Governor Names New Economic Development Commissioner

Governor Peter Shumlin announced that Vermont Commissioner of Economic Development Lisa Gosselin will be leaving her post and will be replaced by Joan Goldstein, currently executive director of the Green Mountain Economic Development Corporation.

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Vermont (photo – Amy the Nurse/flickr)

The Vermont Department of Economic Development (DED), along with the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD), is a part of the Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development (ACCD).

The post of Vermont Economic Development Commissioner had been left unfilled since the Douglas administration, but was reinstated by Gov. Shumlin in July 2013 with the support of the state legislature as part of an aggressive jobs growth and economic development agenda.

As DED Commissioner, Gosselin oversaw the development of Vermont’s first state-wide federally-funded CEDS. She also helped launch the ‘Great Jobs in Vermont’ campaign to attract talent to Vermont’s growing job market, and organized the InnoVaTe annual economic development summit.

She also worked with the Agency of Commerce team to strengthen programs like the Vermont Training Program, EB-5 and foreign trade programs. Gosselin is now leaving her post to become the vice president of media company Addison Press Inc., a family business which she wants to help grow in Vermont.

Gosselin said in a release announcing the move that it’s been a tremendous honor to serve the state under Governor Shumlin, and to work with so many of the state’s growing businesses.

Her replacement, Joan Goldstein, comes to the post after six years as executive director of the Green Mountain Economic Development Corporation.

Under her tenure, GMDC, which serves 30 townships in East Central Vermont, has diversified its activities and the economic development services it offers to include brownfields, flood recovery grants, real estate investments, and innovative workforce development projects and programs.

Before GMDC, Goldstein worked for several years as a business and technology advisor for the Vermont Small Business Development Center. She has also put in stints as an economics and small business management instructor for Community College of Vermont and the Vermont Technical College.

Before moving to Vermont 10 years ago, Goldstein spent more than 20 years in the financial services industry in New York City, working at JP Morgan and Credit Suisse in various roles that allowed her to gain plenty of international sales, marketing, client and project management experience.

Joan Goldstein has an MBA in finance and an undergraduate degree in economics.

Goldstein said in the release that “Economic development is critical for the further prosperity of the state and I am very pleased to have this opportunity to play a role.”

NY State Property Deal Brings Economic Development Windfall to The Bronx

A property deal to sell and develop New York State-owned property in the Bronx is expected to generate a windfall of thousands of high-paying permanent new jobs and $400 million in construction spending.

Simone development project in the Bronx, NY

Simone development project in the Bronx, NY (rendering – empire.state.ny.us)

The property in question is the large NYC campus of the New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH) located at 1500 Waters Place in Morris Park, near the new planned Metro-North Station.

OMH is reducing its real estate footprint and relocating to a smaller 43-acre campus of new buildings at the Bronx Psychiatric Center.

New York State’s lead economic development agency Empire State Development led the effort to evaluate potential re-uses for the surplus state-owned land in the Bronx and identify interested buyers.

Simone Development Companies, which is based locally in the Bronx too, has been selected for the $16 million deal. The company has plans to develop the OMH campus of older buildings into 1.9 million square feet of mixed-use space.

Apart from reconfiguring two existing buildings, the project plans include the addition of new buildings for a 40,000-square-foot retail plaza, a 150-room hotel, and 100,000 square feet of space for higher education.

Not to mention community meeting space, open recreational spaces and other amenities for the Morris Park community.

Simone Development Companies President Joseph Simone said in a release issued by ESD that they have a long history of community investment and development in the Bronx, and added that they are excited to take this bold step forward and create jobs and economic opportunity in Morris Park.

Apart from the $400 million in construction spending, thousands of permanent new jobs and 1,900 construction jobs, the Simone project is expected to revitalize the area and fuel Bronx economic development in many other ways. For example, the OMH’s reconfigured buildings in the campus will create a huge amount of available office space ideal for businesses in the medical services sector.

Joseph Simone added that they believe that this project further illuminates the bright future ahead for the Bronx and its growing cluster of health care organizations and higher education institutions.

Incoming ESD President and CEO Howard Zemsky said in the release that this announcement is wonderful news for the entire Morris Park community. Zemsky added that from medical and retail services to education and community space, this center will serve a variety of important functions for Bronx residents and provide important jobs for local business owners and workers.

Assemblyman Michael Benedetto applauded ESD on this fine use of public-private partnership and noted that this is a great example of government and a private business working together to achieve a stronger economy. Benedetto said it will produce more quality jobs while helping business and the quality of life in the community.

Denver Economic Development Office Releases JumpStart 2015 Plan

Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock announced that the City’s Office of Economic Development has released JumpStart 2015 as a plan to strengthen Denver’s economy in the year ahead, growing good jobs and creating opportunities for all Denver citizens to succeed.

Denver JumpStart 2015

Denver JumpStart 2015 (photo – denvergov.org)

Over the last four years, the Denver Office of Economic Development has been coming up with an annual JumpStart plan that lays out their proactive plans and goals for the whole year.

Last year’s JumpStart plan ended up helping create 3,311 jobs and retain another 4,083 jobs, and attract $139 million in capital investments.

In the report’s foreword, Mayor Hancock says that “With a basic mission to increase job opportunities, grow and attract new companies and prepare a skilled workforce for the 21st century, our annual JumpStart plans have delivered in full on a wide range of ambitious goals.”

Paul Washington, executive director of the Denver Office of Economic Development, adds that JumpStart is more than just a plan that ends up on the shelf. Washington says that JumpStart provides a clear guide of where Denver is investing its economic development resources – both financial and human capital.

The Denver OED has a staff of 255 employees spread across four major divisions, and together they administer close to $50 million in annual funding, most of which is federal funding.

New to JumpStart this year is a special focus on housing, which is identified as one of the seven strategic pillars of economic development. The others are business retention, small business advocacy, business recruitment, strategic lending, neighborhood development and workforce development.

The plan includes a two-year housing strategy supporting the long-term Housing Denver plan that was issued last year. This two-year Housing Denver Action Plan outlines immediate actions that will be taken to expand housing for residents of all income levels across the city.

For business retention, JumpStart 2015 includes a plan to create an economic advisory committee and develop a new three- to five-year Denver economic development strategy.

For small business advocacy, the plan includes, among other things, increased lending through a new small business loan fund, and the launch of a Business Innovation Center as a primary resource for entrepreneurial and small business assistance.

Other notable proposals in the plan include:-

- creation of a new manufacturing and innovation hub;

- A scalable pilot program to help Denver-based businesses get started with exports and access international markets; and

- A new STEM academy in West Denver;

Read the full Denver JumpStart 2015 plan.

New Bedford Business Park Brings More Green Economy Jobs to Massachusetts

City officials in New Bedford, MA announced that green economy company HTP, Inc. is consolidating and expanding its operations into a facility in the New Bedford Business Park.

New Bedford, MA

New Bedford, MA (photo – C. Pesch/epa.gov)

The Freetown, MA-based company already has 155 employees, and plans to create another 40 new jobs as part of the expansion.

HTP develops, manufactures and distributes renewable and energy-efficient space and water heating products, and also manufactures solar thermal panels and associated products.

Apart from its headquarters, a customer training center and various other divisions, the company is also relocating and consolidating an out-of-state solar thermal manufacturing plant to the former AFC Cable Systems site in the New Bedford Business Park.

HTP President Dave Martin said in a release issued by the City that they are excited about HTP’s next chapter and the opportunity to grow the company in the New Bedford Business Park. Martin added that they hope that HTP’s energy and money saving approaches serve as a positive influence to the community and their efforts to go green.

New Bedford Mayor Jon Mitchell said this announcement shows the tremendous potential of New Bedford to play a leading role in the so-called Green Economy that is fast emerging in Massachusetts.

Mayor Mitchell noted that they are already home to a leading solar panel installer and remain well positioned to lead the nation in offshore wind energy, and added that HTP is exactly the kind of company that they see creating good jobs for residents in years ahead.

The New Bedford Marine Commerce Terminal, supported by a $100 million investment from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, is the first port terminal in America expressly designed and built to support the assembly and deployment of offshore wind projects. Built by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, the terminal gives the Port of New Bedford a unique advantage in terms of the specialized infrastructure that offshore wind farms need.

New Bedford Business Park likewise offers an ideal location just 40 miles from Boston and even closer to Providence. The region has more than 325,000 workers with strong labor skills in high-end manufacturing, assembly and distribution within a 30-minute commute. Housing costs in New Bedford are 50 percent lower than in Greater Boston. Blue-collar wages are 10-25 percent lower and white collar salaries are 25-40 percent lower.

New Bedford Economic Development Council Executive Director Derek Santos said in the release that HTP is a family-owned business with a national reputation and a proven track record of being good corporate citizens, and this is a big win for the Business Park and the City.


Microsoft Invests Another $200M Into Cheyenne, Wyoming Data Center Project

Microsoft will invest another $200 million into its data center operations in Cheyenne, WY.


Microsoft (photo – psd/flickr)

The announcement was made by Governor Matt Mead in partnership with economic development organizations Cheyenne LEADS and the Wyoming Business Council.

This latest investment takes Microsoft’s total investment into its Cheyenne data center operations to around $750 million.

The expansion will add a whole new data center to the project and will lead to the creation of 25 new permanent jobs in addition to the 25 jobs that already exist. The project will also support the creation of up to 600 construction jobs at peak.

In a release announcing the project, Gov. Mead said that these jobs represent Wyoming’s commitment to diversifying the state’s economy. The Governor noted that it would have been hard to believe if he had been told four years ago that a company would be investing three quarters of a billion dollars in Wyoming and it had nothing to do with minerals, tourism and agriculture.

“I would like to thank Microsoft for their continued investment in Wyoming,” added Gov. Mead.

Microsoft started work on the pilot zero-carbon data center project, called a Data Plant, in early 2012. Their plan was to use on-site fuel cells to power the data center. Bio-gas from the Dry Creek Water Reclamation Facility in Cheyenne would in turn serve as a renewable source of energy for the fuel cells.

The Data Plant has a capacity to produce 250 kilowatts of renewable power, but only needs about 100 kW. The excess power is delivered back to the wastewater treatment plant to help break down biodegradable waste into energy using anaerobic digestion – an environment-friendly process used to convert waste into renewable natural gas and transportation fuels.

Christian Belady, general manager of Data Center Services for Microsoft, said in the release that they are excited to expand their footprint in Cheyenne and continue the strong working relationship with the community.

Apart from the Wyoming Business Council and Cheyenne LEADS, Microsoft was supported in this pilot effort to create a zero-carbon data center by the City of Cheyenne, University of Wyoming, the Cheyenne Board of Public Utilities, the Western Research Institute, Connecticut-based Fuel Cell Energy, and other state and local partners.

The Microsoft Data Plant officially opened in November last year. Cheyenne LEADS CEO Randy Bruns said in the release that Microsoft continues to be a great company to work with, and added that they are thrilled to have the company believe in this community and to significantly expand their operations and investment in Cheyenne once again.

For its part, the Cheyenne economic development non-profit is also once again assisting Microsoft with this latest expansion by enlarging the business park and extending utilities to the 120-acre site where Microsoft plans to build the new data center.

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