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100 attend Electric Works forum

A public funding proposal for the $221 million first phase of the Electric Works development could be unveiled this week, the project's developers said tonight.

More than 100 residents and several elected city officials attended a community forum at the Grand Wayne Center hosted by RTM Ventures, the firm handling the redevelopment of the former General Electric campus south of downtown Fort Wayne.

The principal partners in RTM Ventures are Kevan Biggs of Biggs Development, Josh Parker of Cross Street Partners and Jeff Kingsbury of Greenstreet Ltd. who were on hand to field questions. 

Topics covered Tuesday included how RTM Ventures plans to protect public investment in the project, the development's impact on the surrounding neighborhoods and tentative plans for future phases. Parker also took time to answer a question related to the level of success experienced by the redeveloped American Tobacco project in Durham, North Carolina, and to stress that neither that project nor the development team has declared bankruptcy.

Malloy announces $15 million investment at State Pier in New London

New London — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Tuesday announced a $15 million investment at State Pier to be used for infrastructure improvements and to help ready the pier for future use by the  burgeoning offshore wind industry .

Malloy made the announcement at a news conference at City Pier, where he was joined by Mayor Michael Passero, Port Authority Chairman Scott Bates and a mix of local and state officials.

Seven offshore wind projects are planned in the Northeast. Ports in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New York are vying to host those businesses and an associated boost to the local economy from equipment and workers of the wind projects. State officials have said the pier could accommodate assembly of wind turbines and their bases while providing the space for staging the extremely large components for delivery to off-shore locations.

Related story:  Investment in New London key in Deepwater Wind offshore wind pitch

Are you in agreement with this NM Native American tribe We have right to ask immigration status?

SANTA FE, N.M. —
A Native American tribe in New Mexico says it has the right to ask residents of a tribal-owned mobile home community for proof of U.S. citizenship and proper immigration documentation.


It's their land.
They followed their own procedures/policies & arrived at a decision.
I fully agree it's none of my business.