Proximity to Canada Brings Bridgestone APM Manufacturing Facility to Niagara County, NY

Bridgestone APM, a wholly owned subsidiary of Bridgestone Corporation, has announced plans to construct a new manufacturing facility in the Vantage International Point industrial park in Niagara County, NY.

New York

New York (photo – stevevoght/flickr)

Supported by a New York State grant and tax credits and Niagara County economic development tax incentives, the company and developer will invest $13.6 million to construct a new 65,000 square-foot manufacturing facility on an 11-acre site in the Town of Wheatfield, NY.

Montante Group, the project’s developer, will invest approximately $6.5 million to construct the facility. BAPM will lease it and invest an additional $7.1 million in machinery and equipment.

The new plant will produce polyurethane foam used in car seats. The bulk of the plant’s production will be exported to Canada for its automotive market.

BAPM expects to create 89 direct new jobs in Niagara County within five years. In a release announcing the project, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo said that “I am proud to welcome Bridgestone APM to Niagara and I look forward to seeing the manufacturing sector continue to thrive in Western New York for years to come.”

In order to secure the project, lead New York economic development agency Empire State Development Corporation offered the company up to $1.2 million in Excelsior tax credits. The New York State Office of Community Renewal is furthermore providing a grant of $750,000 to offset a portion of BAPM’s machinery and equipment costs.

ESD President and CEO Howard Zemsky noted that “Western New York’s revival and proximity to Canada was a distinct advantage in beating other states that were vigorously competing for the new facility and the dozens of jobs it will bring.”

For its part, the Niagara County Industrial Development Agency (NCIDA) chipped in with a 15-year tax abatement that will save BAPM an estimated amount of almost $3.2 million.

NCIDA Chairman Henry M. Sloma added that “The NCIDA successfully competed with other counties and was able to be a part of an incentive package that attracted a company that will provide 89 people with good paying jobs.”

Takao Ishibashi, executive vice president of the Foam Products Division at Bridgestone APM, was appreciative of the support provided by state and local agencies.

“Empire State Development, the Buffalo Niagara Enterprise, the Niagara County Industrial Development Agency (NCIDA) and the Town of Wheatfield worked collaboratively with us during every stage of our site selection process,” said Ishibashi. “Bridgestone APM Company is on a very tight timeline to construct our facility and begin production. We appreciate all of the hard work from state and local economic development professionals to make this happen.”

Findlay, OH-based Bridgestone APM Company specializes in the design, development and manufacturing of vibration isolation, energy absorbing pads and foam seat components for the automotive industry. The company was established in 1987 as a joint venture between Clevite Elastomers of Milan, OH and Bridgestone Corporation of Tokyo, Japan, and is now a wholly owned Bridgestone subsidiary.

Arlington Approves $200M Economic Development Project With Texas Rangers

The City Council of Arlington, TX has approved a $200 million public-private partnership project with the Texas Rangers that includes a 100,000-square-foot entertainment complex near Globe Life Park.


Arlington Texas Rangers Entertainment District

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The project will receive a $50 million investment from the city, and the development plans include a hotel with at least 300 rooms and 35,000 square feet of meeting and conference space.

The entertainment complex will have multiple restaurants, retail space and entertainment venues, along with a signature event space.

The Texas Rangers are in line to receive performance-based Arlington economic development incentives sourced from hotel occupancy tax, property tax, sales tax and mixed beverage tax for 30 years from the City, and hotel occupancy tax and sales tax from the state for 10 years.

Arlington Mayor Jeff Williams said in a release that this state-of-the-art development will expand the city’s ability to host even more major events and conventions. “This project is another significant investment in an Arlington economy that already has tremendous momentum,” added Mayor Williams.

Other recent high-profile economic development projects that Arlington has announced include General Motors’ $1.4 billion expansion of its Arlington Assembly Plant, and the D.R. Horton headquarters relocation project that will bring 500 jobs and an investment of more than $20 million.

This new $200 million project with the Texas Rangers is part of the City Council’s priority “Invest in Our Economy” plan.

Enhancing the entertainment district is also a key component of the City of Arlington Economic Development Strategy and recently adopted Comprehensive Plan. Globe Life Park, home of the Texas Rangers, is one of the key components of the City’s plan to enhance and grow the entertainment district.

“Arlington’s partnership with the Texas Rangers spans more than four decades and it’s one that our residents cherish,” added Mayor Williams. “The Rangers are a key component to making the Entertainment District such a vibrant part of our city and the whole North Texas region.”

The 48,114-seat open-air ballpark, which first opened on April 1, 1994, is a baseball-only facility that now serves as the centerpiece of a 270-acre complex which solidifies Arlington as an entertainment giant in the South. The complex also includes a four-story office building within the ballpark, a 12-acre lake, and parks and recreation space on the perimeter.

Construction of the new entertainment complex will begin next year, and the new facilities will be ready to open 12 months after that.

Indiana Economic Development Corporation Board Awards $126M for Regional Cities Initiative Plans

After months of planning, seven regions representing 70 percent of the state’s population submitted plans for more than 420 projects which encompass $3.78 billion in planned state, local and private sector investment.

Indiana Regional Cities Initiative

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The Board of Directors of the Indiana Economic Development Corporation have now approved $126 million to support regional development plans in North Central, Northeast and Southwest Indiana.

Subject to legislative approval, each of these regions will receive up to $42 million in state matching funds through the Indiana Regional Cities Initiative to implement their plans, which aim to advance talent attraction through quality of place initiatives. Additionally, the IEDC Board voted to continue to support the regional development plans in Central, East Central, Northwest and West Central Indiana.

Governor Mike Pence, who chairs the IEDC Board, said in a release that “Through the Indiana Regional Cities Initiative, we saw seven regions working in partnership to inspire and generate the development of long-term and dynamic plans that could provide the blueprints to transform our state.”

The IEDC Board voted to seek legislative approval in order to award full funding to three regions following presentations by the Indiana Regional Cities Strategic Review Committee that highlighted the bold visions planned in North Central, Northeast and Southwest Indiana.

North Central Region: The North Central region plan consists of 39 projects with a total investment of $703 million. The region’s Innovate Indiana plan includes an unprecedented level of collaboration with the University of Notre Dame, building on the university’s research and educational efforts. Not to mention landmark projects such as the redevelopment of the 1 million-square-foot, vacant Studebaker plant which will be transformed into an entrepreneurship and technology center of innovation.

John Affleck Graves, executive vice president of the University of Notre Dame and chair of the Regional Development Authority for the North Central Region, said in the release that “On behalf of half a million of us who live in Elkhart, Marshall and St. Joseph counties, I want to thank Governor Pence, the state legislature and the IEDC for providing such an innovative catalyst for economic development.”

Northeast Indiana: Northeast Indiana plans to invest more than $400 million to implement 38 projects in the next two years. The Road to One Million plan alone encompasses 11 counties and 70 projects to be implemented over the next 10 years.

John Sampson, president and chief executive officer of the Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership, said in the release that “We have the momentum and regional consensus necessary to inspire timely implementation of an investment portfolio that defines our community over the next few years and for decades thereafter.”

Southwest Indiana: The Indiana’s Great Southwest plan developed by this region encompasses 19 projects. Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke said in the release that “The forward thinking of the Regional Cities Initiative has been the catalyst to help us think strategically about what will attract tomorrow’s workforce and how that will not only strengthen Indiana’s Great Southwest, but the entire state.”

GM-Michigan MEGA Economic Development Tax Credit Agreement Secures $1B Investment

General Motors has announced new investments totaling more than $356 million for its Michigan operations in Flint, Saginaw and Grand Rapids.

GM Flint Engine

GM Flint Engine (press photo – © General Motors)

GM announced these investments to coincide with Michigan Strategic Fund approval of an amended agreement under the Michigan Economic Growth Authority (MEGA) tax credit program.

As per the amended Michigan economic development tax credit agreement, GM will invest $1 billion in Michigan by 2030, including this latest investment of $356.35 million which represents more than one-third of that amount.

Governor Rick Snyder said in a release that the agreement with GM on MEGA credits helps Michigan’s budget forecast. “The fact that GM is committing to invest $1 billion by 2030 here is even better news. It’s a globally competitive environment, and GM’s announcement shows it appreciates that Michigan is a Comeback State with a skilled work force and exciting expansion opportunities,” added Gov. Snyder.

Since 2009, GM has made investment commitments in Michigan of more than $9 billion, far exceeding its original investment commitment under the MEGA Agreement. The new investments announced in Michigan bring GM’s total U.S.-facility investment announcements this year to $7.1 billion.

Bill Shaw, GM North America Manufacturing Manager, said in the release that “These investments will better position GM and its work force to produce high quality engines and components for customers who demand greater fuel efficiency and performance from our vehicles.”

The latest $356.35 million investment will create 55 new jobs and help retain nearly 500 jobs. It includes the following investments:

– $263 million for a future engine program at GM Flint Engine Operations. This investment will help retain approximately 410 hourly and salaried jobs at the plant;

– $50 million for driveline components at GM Saginaw Metal Casting Operations. This investment will help retain 68 jobs; and

– $43.35 million for powertrain components at GM Grand Rapids Operations. This investment will create 55 new jobs and help retain 15 jobs.

UAW Region 1-D Director Gerald Kariem said in the release that “These investments were earned with the quality and skill our membership brings to their jobs every day, and we appreciate GM giving us the opportunity to continue to prove the UAW work force is world class.”

Apart from the GM MEGA agreement amendment, MSF also approved a $3.5 million performance-based grant for Sakthi Automotive for investing $31.8 million and creating 350 jobs in Detroit.

U.S. Interior Dept to Create Natural Resource Investment Center to Spur Economic Development

The U.S. Department of the Interior has announced plans to establish a Natural Resource Investment Center to spur partnerships with the private sector to develop creative financing opportunities that support U.S. economic development goals.


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The announcement was made by U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell at a White House Roundtable on Water Innovation.

Sec. Jewell explained that the Center will use market-based tools and innovative public-private collaborations to increase investment in water conservation and critical water infrastructure, as well as promote investments that conserve important habitat in a manner that advances efficient permitting and meaningful landscape-level conservation.

“Given increased development pressures, climate impacts and constrained budgets, Interior is pursuing innovative approaches with private sector organizations to help accomplish our balanced land management and conservation mission,” said Sec. Jewell.

The Natural Resource Investment Center is a part of the Build America Investment Initiative, which calls on federal agencies to find new ways to increase investment in ports, roads, water and sewer systems, bridges, broadband networks, and other 21st-century infrastructure projects. It is also a part of Pay for Success, an initiative that seeks to employ innovative new strategies to help ensure that the essential services of government produce their intended outcomes.

DOT, USDA and EPA already have such centers being established as part of these initiatives.The infrastructure improvements are facilitated through partnerships involving federal, state, local and tribal governments and private sector investors.

The Interior Dept’s Center will likewise work closely with the private sector and others to identify innovative ideas and financing options for projects that conserve water resources in the western United States and protect species habitat.

Specifically, the Center will focus on the following three objectives:

– Increase investment in water conservation and build up water supply resilience by facilitating water exchanges or transfers in the Western U.S.;

– Increase investment in critical water infrastructure by developing new financing approaches and helping to execute project ideas; and

– Foster private investment and support well-structured markets that advance efficient permitting and effective landscape-level conservation for species, habitat and other natural resources.The Department of the Interior, which manages approximately 20 percent of the land in the United States and is the largest wholesale water provider in the country, will model the new Center’s water efficiency and transfer efforts on the initiatives of California’s Central Valley Project (CVP).

Individuals or water districts receiving CVP water can transfer all or a portion of their water to other California water users or a water agency, state or federal agency, tribes, or private non-profit organizations. Between 300,000 and 400,000 acre-feet of water is transferred in a typical year through CVP, allowing high-value agriculture and cities to maintain deliveries through scarcity.

Legislation on Funding for Cleanup of SuperFund Sites Reintroduced in Congress

U.S. Senators for New Jersey Cory Booker and Bob Menendez, along with U.S. Representatives Frank Pallone, Jr. and Bill Pascrell, Jr., announced the reintroduction of legislation in the United States Senate and House that would force industries responsible for contamination of Superfund sites to pay for their clean-up.

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The Superfund Polluter Pays Restoration Act would reinstate the excise tax on polluting industries to pay for the cleanup of Superfund sites, relieving taxpayers of the expense.

It also expands the definition of crude oil in order to make oil from tar sands and shale subject to the excise tax. Additionally, it makes funds available to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on an ongoing basis, not subject to annual appropriations.

The New Jersey lawmakers were joined by EPA Region 2 Administrator Judith Enck at the Garfield Ground Water Superfund Site for the announcement. “The federal Superfund is running on fumes, which has real implications for the people of New Jersey. It is important to reinstate the lapsed Superfund fees as soon as possible,” said Enck in a release announcing the reintroduction of the legislation.

EPA’s Superfund program was established under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 (CERCLA). It is designed to clean up sites contaminated with hazardous substances, and gives broad authority to federal agencies and states seeking to recover damages caused by releases of hazardous substances.

A report released this fall by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) shows that while the number of Superfund sites increased between 1999 (1,054) and 2013 (1,158), funding for cleanups has continued to decline.

Referring to the Superfund Polluter Pays Restoration Act, Senator Booker said in the release that it corrects an inexcusable injustice and places the onus on polluting industries to restore Superfund sites back to safe, healthy areas that can attract investment and New Jersey economic development.

Senator Menendez likewise said that “It’s time to clean-up New Jersey’s 113 Superfund sites, including the one here in Garfield, return the land back to the community, protect the health and safety of surrounding residents, and create jobs and economic development for New Jerseyans in the process.”

Draper, Utah Gets New SolarCity Corporate Office

SolarCity has announced that it has opened a new corporate office in the Vista Station development in Draper, UT.


SolarCity (photo -chak/wikipedia)

This latest expansion of the company’s operations in Utah follows the site selection and opening earlier this year of SolarCity’s downtown Salt Lake City corporate office.

Since then, SolarCity has already hired 220 employees in Utah and expects to create thousands of new jobs over the next ten years.

At that time, Val Hale, executive director of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED), said in a release that SolarCity’s choice of Utah for its regional headquarters is a reflection of the vibrant growth of alternative energy companies in the state. “The creation of thousands of jobs over the coming decade is likely only a beginning,” predicted Hale.

The effort to grow the clean energy economy seems to be working out nicely for Utah, at least in the short term. SolarCity alone has committed to creating up to 4,000 jobs and investing $94 million over the next 10 years.

A recent report released by Environmental Entrepreneurs, or E2, ranked Utah the top state for clean energy job creation. According to the report, Utah led the nation by announcing nearly 3,000 jobs in the second quarter of 2015. This marks the state’s fourth consecutive quarter on the E2 Jobs Report top ten clean energy states list.

U.S. Senator for Utah Orrin Hatch said in the release that “SolarCity’s expansion in Utah is a welcome move in a state that works hard to provide a business-friendly climate for such investments. I know the company will feel at home in Draper, and I expect to see great things from them in the future.”

SolarCity’s business model promotes the adoption of mainstream solar in communities nationwide while simultaneously creating jobs that contribute to a clean energy economy. The company also plans to continue working alongside Utah policymakers to strengthen the state’s environmental policies and clean air initiatives.

The GOED Board of Directors has already approved a post-performance tax credit rebate of $24,441,053 for SolarCity as part of the contract for the Salt Lake City regional headquarters project announced earlier this summer. SolarCity stands to earn up to 25 percent of the new state taxes they will pay over the 10-year life of the agreement in the form of a post-performance Utah Economic Development Tax Increment Finance (EDTIF) tax credit rebate.

If the company generates a minimum of 4,500 jobs and meets additional criteria, SolarCity may earn an extension to the agreement for another five years that could earn the company an incremental incentive increase of $20,411,880.

San Mateo, CA-based SolarCity (NASDAQ: SCTY) currently serves 19 states and and provides approximately one out of every three solar systems in the U.S. The company already employs more than 15,000 people nationwide.

Seattle City Council to Consider Groundbreaking Proposal on App-based Drivers’ Rights

Later today, the Seattle City Council will consider a groundbreaking proposal to provide and recognize collective bargaining rights for app-based drivers for hire in the city.

Uber drivers' rights

Uber drivers’ rights (photo – Koala Yummies/flickr)

The legislation will directly benefit drivers in Seattle working for Uber, Lyft and other such services, and tax drivers too.

These drivers are currently considered independent contractors with none of the rights that other workers have. There is no bar on minimum wage, and they get no overtime, no unemployment benefits, no workers’ compensation, and no benefits. Some of these drivers earn less than $3 per hour.

They also have no right to collective bargaining, which makes it more difficult to avoid exploitation and seek better pay and work conditions.

Seattle City Councilmember Mike O’Brien has introduced a proposal to provide the drivers with a path to collective bargaining. The City Council will hold a public meeting regarding this proposal, and then vote on it.

Not only is this proposal important for app-based drivers in Seattle, but is also likely to serve as a model to protect the labor rights of a significant and large group of workers that could be replicated nationwide.

This proposal is especially important for Seattle economic development because a very large number of for-hire drivers come from historically disadvantaged communities.

Many are new immigrants to the US and English is not their first language, making it difficult for them to find jobs. Driving taxis, flat-rate, and TNC-endorsed vehicles is often the fastest and easiest path to regular work for them. Unfortunately, because they are vulnerable, they are often taken advantage of by the companies that hire them or contract with them.

This proposed legislation provides a mechanism to redress the imbalance of market power that currently exists in the industry. However, the legislation would also force an increase in costs for companies like Uber and Lyft, who would likely transfer the increased costs to the consumer, and it may affect their job creation and investments in local economies.

For Seattle, this is an opportunity to decide this debate and show the way for other cities and states who are rolling out the red carpet and providing incentives for companies without any regulations to protect the thousands of people from disadvantaged communities in each city that are involved in the app-based driving economy.

Aston Martin Close to Site Selection Decision For DBX Vehicle Production Plant

Luxury sports car maker Aston Martin is likely to make an announcement in the coming weeks about the location for a new vehicle production plant for its DBX model.

Aston Martin

Aston Martin (photo – Stephencdickson/wikimedia)

A few months ago, the British company had announced that it has shortlisted four sites for the facility. Two of these sites are in the U.K., one is in the Middle East, and the fourth one is in Alabama.

Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd. is headquartered in Gaydon, and its sole manufacturing plant is also situated at the same Warwickshire location. The company also has a test center and regional offices in Germany, and additional regional offices in Shanghai, China and in Irvine, CA.

Not to mention a dealer network spread across more than 140 locations worldwide. The comapny opened its first showroom in Abu Dhabi last month in Etihad Towers. At that time, Dr Andy Palmer, Aston Martin CEO, said in a release that “The UAE market is extremely important for a luxury automotive brand like Aston Martin and Etihad Towers is the perfect location.”

Aston Martin sold some 3,661 models last year, and is aiming for a steep growth curve that will take it to 15,000 vehicles by 2020. The new DBX model is a big part of this expansion plan, and the location of the plant will also indicate which market they are interested in growing most.

Aston Martin had a list of 19 sites that it included in the site selection process for the DBX manufacturing plant. The finalists for the project are now down to four, including one in the MIddle East, two in the U.K. and one in Alabama.

Many U.S. states and locations sought this project, but Alabama is the only one in contention, mainly because of the presence of the Mercedes-Benz manufacturing plant (MBUSI) in Vance, Tuscaloosa County, AL.

MBUSI’s parent company Daimler AG has a five percent stake in Aston Martin, and British luxury sports car maker already works with Daimler on Mercedes models.

Under the 2013 agreement between the two companies, Daimler supplies Mercedes-AMG power plants for their next generation models, and Mercedes-AMG supplies Aston Martin with electrical systems. Daimler has agreed, as part of this partnership, to support Aston Martin’s launch of new vehicle models incorporating new technologies.

If Aston Martin therefore decides to set up a new manufacturing facility for the DBX in Tuscaloosa County close to MBUSI, it would be able to make use of MBUSI’s manufacturing setup, technologies and supply chain.

Aston Martin has outgrown its existing vehicle plant in Gaydon, but it could still select one of the two remaining U.K. sites it has shortlisted, provided that it receives the requisite amount of U.K. economic development incentives for the project. If the company selects one of these sites for the project, it could create up to 1,000 new jobs in the chosen location.

Reactions to COP21 Climate Change Agreement – More Jobs and Economic Growth

On Dec 12, 2015, the United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Paris (COP21) finally managed to announce a global agreement that had seemed elusive for over 20 years.

COP21 agreement

COP21 agreement

This agreement marks a change in direction, towards a new world. It confirms the target of keeping the rise in temperature below 2°C. It even establishes that we should be aiming for 1.5°C, to protect island states, which are the most threatened by the rise in sea levels.

The deal builds on the participation of 187 countries that submitted post-2020 climate action targets in advance of the meeting. The Paris agreement asks all countries to review these contributions every five years from 2020. They will not be able to lower their targets and are encouraged, on the contrary, to raise them.

The agreement acknowledges that $100 billion (in loans and donations) will need to be raised each year from 2020 to finance projects that enable countries to adapt to the impacts of climate change (rise in sea level, droughts, etc.) or reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

The agreement specifies that this amount should increase. Some developing countries will also be able to become donors, on a voluntary basis, to help the poorest countries.

The agreement will be open for signing by the countries on 22 April in New York City. The agreement can only enter into force once it has been ratified by 55 countries, representing at least 55 percent of emissions.

Reactions to the Paris Conference Agreement:

Statement by President Obama – “In short, this agreement will mean less of the carbon pollution that threatens our planet, and more of the jobs and economic growth driven by low-carbon investment. Full implementation of this agreement will help delay or avoid some of the worst consequences of climate change, and will pave the way for even more progress, in successive stages, over the coming years…While our generation will see some of the benefits of building a clean energy economy — jobs created and money saved — we may not live to see the full realization of our achievement.

Statement by U.S. Secretary of State John F. Kerry – “We have reached an agreement that, while everybody here understands there are things here and there that everybody doesn’t like, it will help the world prepare for the impacts of climate change that are already here and also for those we know are now headed our way inevitably. And we have reached an agreement that, fully implemented, will help us transition to a global clean energy economy and ultimately prevent the worst, most devastating consequences of climate change from ever happening.”

Statement from EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy – “EPA will work tirelessly to share our expertise in defense of public health and the environment as we work together to implement this agreement. Today, we are unequivocally sending market signals that are spurring U.S. action, and unleashing businesses to think creatively and seize this opportunity to lead the world in developing a clean energy economy.”

Statement by U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz – “This agreement puts in place a framework to keep global warming below the most dangerous levels. Innovation-driven lower clean energy costs will underpin increased ambition on climate, while enabling life-changing energy services to the poor and enhanced global energy security.”

Statement from Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack – “The benchmarks outlined in the deal build on the ambitious climate smart strategy being implemented by U.S. farmers, ranchers and foresters in partnership with USDA and the Obama Administration. Our efforts to boost productivity reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and share best practices with counterparts around the world will help to address climate change and improve global resilience while continuing to meet global demand for food, fiber and fuel.”

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