Governor Wolf Announces 60 New Jobs with United States Cold Storage Expansion in Bucks County

first_img March 09, 2017 Governor Wolf Announces 60 New Jobs with United States Cold Storage Expansion in Bucks County Economy,  Jobs That Pay,  Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf announced today that United States Cold Storage, Inc. (USCS), a refrigerated warehouse and logistics company, will expand operations in Richland Township, Bucks County and will create 60 new jobs at the site.“United States Cold Storage has experienced tremendous growth over the last 13 years. Through these efforts, the company has directly invested more than $110 million, leveraged more than $100 in additional capital investment, and created more than 500 jobs in Pennsylvania,” said Governor Wolf. “United States Cold Storage could have expanded elsewhere in the U.S., but I am proud to say that the company has once again chosen Pennsylvania as the best location to grow.”To meet an increased demand for services, USCS will be expanding its existing facility at 1050 Heller Road by 200,000 square feet. The company has committed to investing $41.5 million in the project, creating 60 new, full-time jobs within three years, and to retaining 613 existing statewide positions. Hiring of new employees will likely commence in August 2017.“USCS is excited to be expanding our facility in Richland Township, and we appreciate all the support from the community,” said Mickey Hoffmann, United States Cold Storage vice president of corporate development. “This facility stores refrigerated foods that are distributed across the U.S., and its ideal location is part of the reason we need to expand the warehouse to meet additional customer demand.”USCS received a funding proposal from the Department of Community and Economic Development that includes a $120,000 Pennsylvania First grant, $21,600 in WEDnetPA funding for employee training, and $120,000 in Job Creation Tax Credits to be distributed upon creation of the new jobs.The project was coordinated by Governor’s Action Team, an experienced group of economic development professionals who report directly to the governor and work with businesses that are considering locating or expanding in Pennsylvania, in collaboration with the Bucks County Economic Development Corporation (BCEDC).“It was a great opportunity to work with United States Cold Storage on another expansion project in Bucks County,” said BCEDC Executive Director Robert Cormack. “This marks our second opportunity to work with the Governor’s Action Team in assisting the company. This more than $40 million project, which will create 60 new jobs, is a tremendous achievement for all parties involved and is another example of the many advantages of doing business in Bucks County and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.”United States Cold Storage, Inc. is a premier provider of public refrigerated warehousing and related logistics services throughout the U.S. With roots dating back to 1899, USCS has long served a diverse customer base with requirements ranging from primary storage to fully integrated third-party logistics. The company offers more than 274 million cubic feet of temperature controlled warehouse and distribution space in 38 facilities located in 13 states.In 2016, DCED approved nearly $1.1 billion in low-interest loans, tax credits, and grants for projects across the commonwealth and secured private sector commitments for the creation and retention of more than 245,000 full-time jobs. In the same timeframe, the Governor’s Action Team completed 77 projects – creating and retaining more than 36,800 jobs. For more information about the Governor’s Action Team or DCED, visit dced.pa.gov.center_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

La Liga: Ansu Fati scores as Barcelona dispatch Leganes

first_img Source: BBC Seventeen-year-old Ansu Fati scored his fifth La Liga goal of the season as Barcelona extended their lead at the top with victory over Leganes.The Guinea-Bissau forward produced a clinical finish at an empty Nou Camp before Lionel Messi doubled the lead from the penalty spot.Messi’s 699th goal for club and country came after the Argentina forward was fouled by Ruben Perez.Barcelona are five points clear of nearest rivals Real Madrid.However, Real will cut the lead to two points if they beat Valencia at home on Thursday (21:00 BST).At 16 years and 298 days, Fati became the second-youngest first-team player in Barcelona history when he made his debut in a 5-2 win over Real Betis on 25 August.Having moved to Spain at the age of six with his family, he has been with Barcelona’s youth academy since 2012.last_img read more

Chase Young’s suspension: Explaining the NCAA rules violation that will sideline Ohio State star

first_img (ncaa.com) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/b0/20/ncaa-byline-1611_np12pdxay0uh1w6aeniiu2emb.png?t=1464331518&w=500&quality=80 One of the biggest storylines heading into the final stretch of the season could affect the Big Ten Conference, the Heisman Trophy race and the College Football Playoff. And it centers around one of college football’s most talented players.The suspension to Ohio State defensive end Chase Young has implications on the Buckeyes’ Big Ten and Playoff title hopes, but it has also raised questions as to why Young was suspended in the first place, whether that would result in forfeiture of games and when — if — he could return to the field this season. MORE: How Chase Young suspension affects Ohio State, Big Ten, PlayoffYoung said he took out a loan from a family friend to fly his girlfriend out to the Buckeyes’ 2019 Rose Bowl Game against Washington, which was the crux of his eligibility.Here’s everything you need to know about Young’s suspension, its length, and what it means for Ohio State moving forward.How long is Chase Young’s suspension?In the end, Chase Young’s suspension will amount only to two games, according to an announcement from Ohio State on Wednesday.Still, many wondered prior to the Buckeyes’ announcement just how long the suspension would last. Kirk Herbstreit, for example, reported on Saturday that his suspension would be slotted to four games by the NCAA (though he suggested it could be reduced to two games once the school appeals). Ohio State spokesman Jerry Emig later said that report was incorrect.Again from @CollegeGameDay this am Chase Young suspended 4 games based on the AMOUNT that was provided. It is slotted to 4 games. $ was paid back.VERY IMPORTANT.OSU will gather intel/appeal and expect to hear back from NCAA next week. My guess 2 games after appeal.— Kirk Herbstreit (@KirkHerbstreit) November 9, 2019Kyle Rowland of The Blade (Toledo, Ohio) reported on Sunday that a ruling should be made this week and that Young likely would face a maximum of a two-game suspension.Multiple sources have told The Blade that a ruling should be made this week regarding Chase Young and that he’s facing a maximum suspension of two games.— Kyle Rowland (@KyleRowland) November 10, 2019Here is Ohio State’s remaining schedule this regular season, including the Buckeyes’ Saturday win over Maryland. Young will return for the team’s Nov. 23 meeting with Penn State.TeamDateResultMarylandNov. 9W, 73-14RutgersNov. 16TBDPenn StateNov. 23TBDMichiganNov. 30TBDDid Chase Young violate NCAA rules?There are several issues to parse through to determine whether the NCAA will say whether Young violated its rules. That includes the amount of money loaned to Young, the type and timing of the relationship he has with the person who loaned him the money, whether the loan was concealed and whether he paid it back in full.Following the initial Friday report that Young would be suspended for Ohio State’s game against Maryland, Young tweeted that he “made a mistake” of accepting a loan from a family friend “I’ve known since the summer before my freshman year at OSU.” In the same tweet, he said he paid the loan off in full, which was corroborated by his lawyer, Tim Nevius.pic.twitter.com/ji7uTdYXxp— CY2 (@youngchase907) November 8, 2019Bruce Feldman of The Athletic (subscription required) reported that the loan was used to fly Young’s girlfriend out to Ohio State’s 2019 Rose Bowl game against Washington. It’s uncertain how much money Young accepted, but a roundtrip ticket for a flight from Columbus, Ohio to Pasadena, Calif. — site of the Rose Bowl — ranges from roughly $200 to $325, depending on the airline. That would be considerably less money than Ware accepted from an agent in 2017.It seems the main NCAA in question was bylaw 16.11: “Benefits, Gifts, and Services.” In particular, it seems like Ohio State must prove Young did not violate rule 16.11.1.3c: “The relationship between the individual providing the loan and the student-athlete existed prior to the initiation of the student-athlete’s recruitment by the member institution.”center_img That seems to be the biggest hurdle for Young to retain his eligibility for the remainder of the season. Based off his Friday tweet, he knew the “family friend” who loaned him the money since the summer before his senior year. Considering Young was the No. 7 overall recruit in the class of 2017 and signed with Ohio State in February 2017, his status as an elite recruit was clearly established by the time he entered into a relationship with the family friend.What’s next for Chase Young, Ohio State?Nothing. Ohio State in its statement did not seem to intimate it would challenge the NCAA’s ruling of a two-game suspension. While the suspension likely ruins Young’s chances at winning the Heisman, the Buckeyes don’t need him to beat Rutgers on Saturday.last_img read more