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Old March 19th, 2008, 02:44 AM   #1641
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Having the cruddy old drawbridge next to the new I-280 masterpiece really ruins the look.
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^The old bridge will be used for local auto, bicycle, and pedestrian traffic. It is much needed and will allow Northriver residents to cross into East Toledo with a lot more ease than getting on an interstate highway. They can even walk across the river if they want, something not possible on interstate bridges. I'm quite happy Toledo is keeping the old bridge, because the only other pedestrian-friendly bridges crossing the Maumee River are the MLK Jr. and Anthony Wayne Bridges. They're both a good distance from the Craig Bridge (MLK Jr. is downtown, Anthony Wayne is in the Warehouse District).
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I like the Craig bridge right next to the VGCS bridge..... Its cool when you drive by and the draw bridge is up.... your pretty much eye level with the top of the spans...... Dont be mad that you dont have a bridge as nice as ours......

Oh yea... I wrote to the Mudhens about a week ago telling them how cool it is that fifth third field is in the new 2k8 and asking them to post something about it on the site maybe some pics..... Well it didnt take long...... I dont know how to post pics here so Bonjour maybe you can post them for me?? Just head to Mudhens.com and the article is close to the bottom....theres 4 pics.......
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Old March 20th, 2008, 04:16 AM   #1644
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I like the Craig bridge right next to the VGCS bridge..... Its cool when you drive by and the draw bridge is up.... your pretty much eye level with the top of the spans...... Dont be mad that you dont have a bridge as nice as ours......

Oh yea... I wrote to the Mudhens about a week ago telling them how cool it is that fifth third field is in the new 2k8 and asking them to post something about it on the site maybe some pics..... Well it didnt take long...... I dont know how to post pics here so Bonjour maybe you can post them for me?? Just head to Mudhens.com and the article is close to the bottom....theres 4 pics.......
Here ya go (it's quite nifty)...................




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Old March 20th, 2008, 04:19 AM   #1645
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Having the cruddy old drawbridge next to the new I-280 masterpiece really ruins the look.
It's a matter of your opinion and I respect that since I think it's great to keep the Craig Memorial Bridge as a city arterial. IMHO, the more bridges the better for east and west side of the great Maumee River.
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Maumee: Former Ford Stamping Plant Development

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Solar Tech Boom Developments

Perrysburg eyes grant for proposed solar plant
By CHRIS MILLER Sentinel Staff Writer
Posted on BG Sentinel-Tribune website 3-19-2008


PERRYSBURG — A proposed new solar module manufacturing plant along Ohio 25 could generate more than $12 million in annual payroll, according to information provided to city council’s economic development committee.
Willard Kelsey Solar Group is expected to move in to an existing manufacturing facility along Route 25 across from Harbor Town Place. It’s the old Delafoil and more recent Proline facility — the “Proline” name is still on the building — and features more than 250,000 square-feet of production and warehouse space.

The Sentinel-Tribune was first to report on the new solar firm on Feb. 29 after the site was sold for $7 million to Spring Grove Trading Company. According to the Ohio Secretary of State’s Office, Spring Grove’s agent is Michael Cicak. He’s a local resident with ties to the solar industry.
Solar panels, or photovoltaic modules as they’re often called in the industry, covert sunlight into usable electric energy.

At a recent meeting of Perrysburg city council’s Economic Development Committee, City Administrator John Alexander told committee members the new company is interested in any economic development incentives the city can offer. Company officials also are in contact with state officials seeking similar incentives.

The committee also learned the company’s business plan, if implemented as described to city officials, would generate $12 million to $13 million in annual payroll.

The city will offer Willard Kelsey Solar Group incentives through its Job Creation Grant Program, which provides rebates of one-third of the company’s annual payroll income taxes for up to five years. The city also will consider waiving any fees associated with installing a traffic light at the intersection of Progress Drive and Route 25 where the facility is located.
City councilman John Kevern, chairman of council’s Economic Development Committee, along with fellow committee members Mike Olmstead and Joe Lawless, agreed the city administration should communicate Perrysburg’s offer to the solar company’s representatives.

The prospect of another alternative energy manufacturer here in Wood County is good news for economic development officials.

Tom Blaha, executive director of the Wood County Economic Development Commission, early this month told the Sentinel-Tribune the commission has been working to attract alternative energy companies to Wood County.
Perrysburg Township already is home to First Solar, one of the world’s fastest growing solar module manufacturing and research firms with its sole North American plant located in Cedar Business Park off Ohio 795.

Closer to home here in the city of Perrysburg there’s another solar company, Calyxo USA, part of a German-owned solar company Q-Cells AG. Calyxo is located along Eckel Junction Road, just a few miles north of the Delafoil plant.
Gov. Ted Strickland last month visited First Solar in Perrysburg Township and has been touting alternative energy as an industry deserving of state support.
“Ohio can become an absolute leader in providing the state of Ohio, the United States of America, and even the world with the type of energy it needs,” Strickland said during his First Solar visit last month. “This company and companies like it are the kind of industry that Ohio desperately needs and we should encourage.”
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Old March 20th, 2008, 04:31 AM   #1649
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Fiberglass "Hytower" Redevelopment Update

OOOO.......MMMM........GGGG.........I'm going to faint!!!!!!!!! This is very good and let's hope for the best for it to work out.

Fiberglass Tower could get new life
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A new project could affect the future of this vacant building.
It was once a signature building along Toledo's skyline yet the Fiberglass Tower has been vacant for years. But tonight, news that could bring that building back to life, news you won't see anywhere else.

The Fiberglass Tower at 200 North Saint Clair is the second-tallest building downtown. A new project could affect the future of this vacant building.
200-North Saint Clair stretches 30 floors into the sky. But a much smaller building about a block away could transform this old building.
Story continues belowAdvertisementThe old Owens Corning headquarters building needs a transformation.

Vacant for 12 years, some thought the Lansing Michigan owners should just tear it down.

"It's not going to get demolished. We're looking at bringing this building back to life." Commissioner Pete Gerken says that new life is inspired by the groundbreaking at the new arena and with the success of Fifth Third Field spinning off new businesses and expansion coming to the Convention Center.

The tower's owners believe now's the time to re-invest, recruit new investors, and try to get help from the state to clean out the old building.
"This is a Brownfield, whether it's flat on the ground or it's going up 32 stories, it's still a Brownfield with the asbestos there," said Pete Gerken.
There's asbestos between every floor and the mechanical system needs an overhaul.

Private investors are interested in remaking the tower. Plans could include some residential condos, office space, small retail on the bottom floor, a restaurant on top, and several floors of hotel space.
Building owners say renovation and investment could reach 50-million dollars or more.

"I believe that the mixed use product that can be brought into downtown Toledo will be the one that will bring success."
"It's a staple in the downtown community."

The project needs Toledo's help. Help with inspections and permits even help finding federal and state grants to pay for all the work that needs to be done.

"We know this project is going to be difficult and very costly and time consuming, but we are committed," says Anthony Jones, a development specialist.

Work crews could start remediation and renovation within 12 to 18 months. Tenants could move in within 2-years.

The owners tell us this building is closer to having a future than ever before.
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Port Clinton: Green Apple LLC Developments

Chinese company looks at local business park
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ERIE TOWNSHIP (located west of Port Clinton) — A Chinese company that makes environmentally friendly wallboard and construction materials is considering locating its first U.S. plant at a local business park, officials said.

Green Apple (USA) LLC officials and investors from Hong Kong toured the Lake Erie Business Park on Ohio 2 Wednesday and met with county officials and representatives from the Ohio Department of Development, U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur’s office and the offices of U.S. Sens. Sherrod Brown and George Voinovich.

“This area has huge potential,” said Derek Ng, Green Apple project manager. “We fell in love with the area immediately.”

Ng said he and other Green Apple officials plan to bring more investors from China to view the site. He said he felt confident the development would be feasible after Ottawa County Improvement Corp. Director Jamie Grant and other state and county officials told them about the services and help they offer local companies.
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Maumee: Former Ford Stamping Plant Development

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Maumee Authority Stamping signs purchase agreement
By Kylie Conway
Posted on WNWO NBC 24 website March 19, 2008


Manufacturing jobs are returning to Northwest Ohio. The ink is still drying on the purchase agreement between Maumee Authority Stamping and Ford Motor Company which was signed Wednesday afternoon.

Now, President and CEO Keith Obey is waiting for Ford's John Hancock which is expected Tuesday. Prior to signing, Obey held an informational meeting for potential investors.

More than 150 people showed up at the Maumee Eagles Club Wednesday to fill out applications, get informed and be interviewed. Maumee Authority needs $4.8 million in initial investments which are all coming from workers who will contribute to this employee-owned corporation.

“I believe in it...employee owned stock ownership programs. Everybody is involved with the ownership of the company. It's a limited amount of ownership and there's no wasted time, money or labor,” said potential investor Dominic Lapan.

Many are investing 401k's, pensions or like Lapan, cash buyouts from Ford. Employees have the option of an investment minimum of one share at $16,000 and a maximum of 15 shares for at total investment of $240,000. But in a sinking U.S. manufacturing market are these good investments?

“Part of why I think this might work is that the incentives are in the right direction. The employees are the ones who benefit from successful plant operations,” said University of Toledo Finance Professor Dr. Gary Moore.

Obey says there is security. He says Maumee authority has verbal agreements from 30 to 40 customers...mostly from traditional auto manufacturers like General Motors and Chrysler. But, he plans to shift away from the auto industry.

“In order to normalize our production and our revenue stream we've got to get away from automotive, so we'll be locked in to automotive for a couple of years, but very quickly we'll move away,” said Obey.

Obey says he has verbal agreements from customers for $105 million in sales for 2008, $150 million for 2009, and $200 million by 2010.

He expects to employ 251 team members by the end of 2008, 350-450 by 2009, 500 by 2010 and eventually peak at 700-750.

Workers will get $14-$20/hour and 100% profit sharing which Obey projects to be $20,000 dollars by the end of this year. Maumee Authority is also paying $10,000 a year for each employee’s healthcare.

Obey says Maumee Authority Stamping's first day in operation will fall between April 11th and June 3rd.

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A former manager who hopes to revive an idled auto parts plant in Maumee said he and owner Ford Motor Co. have agreed on a price and probably will sign a purchase contract this week.

Keith Obey wants to buy the car maker's former Maumee Stamping plant with money raised from employees under a so-called employee stock ownership plan, or ESOP.

Stefanie Denby, a Ford spokesman, confirmed that negotiations continue with Mr. Obey. But she declined to comment on the status of talks.

Mr. Obey wouldn't disclose the purchase price, but he said each employee would be required to buy a share of stock in the newly formed company for $16,000.

About 600 prospective employees have expressed interest in the arrangement. The firm, called Maumee Stamping Authority, initially would employ 250, with plans to hire another 250 next year and more employees later.

The plant, which formerly made bumpers, body panels, and other parts for Ford, has bid on $195 million in work from car makers and other firms, Mr. Obey said. Initial contracts are likely to be signed in coming days, he added. He declined to disclose customers.

Ford shut the plant last fall as part of its effort to return to profitability. But Mr. Obey said he believes that the factory can be profitable with teamwork and dynamic leadership.

He is to meet today from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Maumee's Eagles Club, 827 Illinois Ave., with people who have already applied to work at the plant. A second meeting is set for 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday at the club for other people interested in working at the plant but who have not yet applied.

Even though the firm has an ample employment pool, the goal is to find the 250 most qualified employees, Mr. Obey said. Only those people who are actually hired will be required to buy stock in the venture, he added.
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OMG FIBERGLASS TOWER!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old March 21st, 2008, 04:19 PM   #1653
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UT News

This is obviously a great sign for the city and region, as well as the university-

National honors given to UT
Tyler Thomas
Issue date: 3/20/08 Section: News

The University of Toledo has recently become recognized for placing in the top 10 in the nation for executing licenses and launching start-up businesses, according to recent data compiled by the Association of University Technology Managers.

President of Innovation Associates Diane Palmintera said the University of Toledo, according to the data compiled by AUTM, came out in the top 10 in both executing new licenses and launching new startups.

"When you compare universities that compare licenses in relation to their research expenditure, the university [of Toledo] was number six," said Diane Palmintera, president of Innovation Associates. "In terms of launching startups, the University of Toledo came in at number seven, when research expenditures are taken into account."

Frank Calzonetti, vice president for research development, said we gain recognition as a leader for our good transfers and commercialization.

"We've done a good job by seeing a third party validate our standing," Calzonetti said. "Universities and businesses can see that the University of Toledo is a good place to come for research,"

In 2005, UT placed similarly in the standings.

"We are moving in the right direction," Calzonetti said. "This provides further evidence that the university is moving forward as a leader."

The process was started in January 2001, when Associate Vice President for Technology Transfer Dan Kory was hired.

"When I restarted the program, our primary goal was to show tremendous efficiency and productivity in working with our faculty in order to translate laboratory research into reality," Kory said.

Kory may have started in 2001, but transforming technology research into tangible results in reality is a lengthy process.

"To see if we should proceed with a patent, which are very expensive, we must decide if we can patent it or not and also if the university can procure its patenting cost back and receive a return on the investment," he said.

Spinoff businesses, businesses that are created by individuals that are dependent on university technology, help to create local business efforts, and reenergize the economy within the capabilities within the institution, Kory said.

"A spinoff from the university is 150 times more likely to go IPO [Initial Public Offering, where the company's stock is available for public purchase], which can lead to higher paying jobs," Kory said.

"It's a great way to learn about technology and translate to the students," he said. "It is a great way to attract certain faculty, and provide an advantage in bringing others into the university. Many of the faculty we hire are from the best schools in the country."
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^WOW, I had no idea UT ranked so high in launching start-up businesses. That school has really been turning around the last couple of years.
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Great news indeed.
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Franklin Park mall feels dead once you venture outside the new wing. The other 3 wings don't have the pedestrian traffic they used too, and of course the center is no longer a gathering place.
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Solar Tech Boom Development Update

UT lands $2.6 million for solar energy research from U.S. Department of Energy
By Matt Lockwood Mar 24, 2008 Posted on UT News website


The U.S. Department of Energy has announced $13.7 million in funding for 11 university-led projects focused on developing advanced solar photovoltaic technology manufacturing processes and products.

The University of Toledo has been selected to receive a total of more than $2.6 million for two of the projects. UT was one of only two universities to be selected for two projects. Other schools receiving funding include the Georgia Institute of Technology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Florida.

Universities selected for these projects will leverage fundamental understanding of materials and photovoltaic devices to help industry partners advance manufacturing processes and products. These projects have the potential to significantly reduce the cost of electricity produced by photovoltaics. Each university will work closely with an industry partner to ensure the projects retain a commercialization focus and results are quickly transitioned into market-ready products and manufacturing processes.

On each of the projects, the DOE’s funding will be combined with a minimum university and industry investment of 20 percent of the project’s total.

The University has received $1.44 million to work with Xunlight, a recent graduate of UT’s Clean and Renewable Energy Incubator, to develop a high-speed coating technology to put thin-film silicon on flexible stainless steel foil, therefore reducing the costs of flexible solar modules. Xunlight was founded by Dr. Xunming Deng, UT professor of physics. With the University and industry contribution, the project’s total cost is approximately $1.9 million.

The University also will use $1.16 million in DOE funding on a project in collaboration with industry partners Calyxo USA, formerly Solar Fields, and Pilkington, and with academic partners from the University of Nevada Las Vegas and the University of Michigan. The universities will assist the industrial partners in optimizing a high-speed coating process for a cadmium telluride coating on glass. The total project cost is approximately $1.7 million.

Projects were selected in response to DOE’s June 2007 Funding Opportunity Announcement — University Photovoltaic Process and Product Development Support — which seeks to strengthen university involvement in the rapidly growing photovoltaic industry. Funding is subject to appropriations from Congress.
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