On ‘Jobs That Pay’ Tour, Governor Wolf Visits World Trade Center Harrisburg

first_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitter On ‘Jobs That Pay’ Tour, Governor Wolf Visits World Trade Center Harrisburg Economy,  Jobs That Pay,  Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Wolf today continued his Jobs That Pay tour at the recently renovated World Trade Center Harrisburg, a shipping and office building at the previously abandoned property at 1000 N. Cameron Street, Harrisburg.“It’s wonderful to see the transformation of this building that was abandoned during construction nearly a decade ago become a center of job creation and innovation for this section of Harrisburg and for our entire commonwealth,” Governor Wolf said.Moran Industries, the Watsontown-based developer that purchased the complex in 2013 after construction was halted in 2008, spent three years finishing the center, which includes 75,000 square feet of shipping and warehousing space and 140,000 square feet of office space.“Moran Industries, and the entire Moran family are delighted to welcome Governor Wolf and his distinguished party to The World Trade Center – Harrisburg and Capitol View Commerce Center,” said John Moran, President and CEO, Moran Industries.The governor was accompanied by John Moran III, Jeff Stroehmann, and Doug O’Dell of Moran Industries; Gary St. Hilaire, President & CEO of Capital BlueCross; Mark A. Caron, CEO, Geneia LLC; Tina Weyant, Executive Director of World Trade Center Harrisburg; Representative Patty Kim; and Jackie Parker of Mayor Papenfuse’s Economic Development office.Following the tour, the governor and tour guests discussed the economic development of Harrisburg with emphasis on the Cameron Street area, where PennDOT will be soon implementing a traffic signal project, along with a center turn lane, on Cameron Street at Goodwill Drive. This work is expected to be under way this year.World Trade Center Harrisburg, formerly known as Capitol View Commerce Center, is home to Geneia LLC, a health care analytics and technology solutions subsidiary of Susquehanna Township-based Capital BlueCross. The company moved its headquarters with 100 employees to World Trade Center Harrisburg from the TecPort Business Center in Swatara Township.Today World Trade Center Harrisburg was started 25 years ago by area business leaders and is now the number one contact point for trade assistance in southcentral Pennsylvania with more than 520 active members representing over 100 member companies, and actively works to connect businesses locally and globally.center_img July 28, 2017last_img read more

Lille lead Arsenal, three others to sign Lihadji

first_img Loading… Talks with Marseille about a professional contract were called off definitively last week. Represented by enigmatic agent Moussa Sissoko, the latter individual has got the player an incredible offer for someone of his age, €40k a month with a €1m signing bonus, from Les Dogues. Read Also:Ex-Marseille striker reveals Everton scouting role This is roughly the same offer financially that is on the table from all of Dortmund, Barcelona, Arsenal and AS Monaco, but the player prefers Lille. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 La Provence report that Lille lead the race to sign winger Isaac Lihadji from Marseille. The 17-year-old has a personal preference for the project that has been presented to him by LOSC Sporting Director Luis Campos and their manager Christophe Galtier.Advertisement Promoted Content8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits Earth10 Phones That Can Easily Fit In The Smallest Pocket7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterPortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D Graffiti7 Worst Things To Do To Your PhoneWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World8 Shows That Went From “Funny” To “Why Am I Watching This”Best Car Manufacturers In The World7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too Much7 Things That Actually Ruin Your Phonelast_img read more

Privatization chiefs slip fuels new political row

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram The resignation of the head of the state privatization fund (TAIPED) on Sunday, demanded by Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras after Stelios Stavridis was found to have flown on the private jet of a businessman involved in the purchase of Greek gaming firm OPAP, fueled a fresh political row on Monday.It remained unclear who would replace Stavridis, who gave several television interviews in which he sought to defend his decision to ride in the Learjet of Dimitris Melissanidis, a major stakeholder in the Greek-Czech consortium Emma Delta, which bought 33 percent of OPAP. Stavridis said he felt bad for putting the government in a difficult position but insisted that he was “not a monk.” He said Melissanidis had dropped him off on the island of Cephalonia on his way to France.Sources said Prime Minister Antonis Samaras was furious about the trip, with his aides describing Stavridis as “criminally naive.”The left-wing opposition SYRIZA party quickly jumped into the fray, condemning TAIPED as “a hotbed of corruption” and saying Stavridis’s slip-up had highlighted “the dirty relationship between the government of the memorandum and business interests.” Government spokesman Simos Kedikoglou said SYRIZA opposed “changes crucial to the economy” and accused it of threatening investors.Source: Kathimerinilast_img read more