I wanted to thank everyone for the supportive and wonderful comments. As happens in life my business partner became ill many years ago. We have had several ups and downs and I wanted to share some of the resources with other caregivers who may need a comprehensive way to navigate the tides of caring for someone with increasing disabilities.
I have been so blessed to continue to help businesses with optimization and will continue to post as time permits.
May you stay healthy,
CHARLEVOIX -- A racing parts manufacturer is shifting operations to Charlevoix, bringing a handful of employees from its previous Grand Rapids site and opening up new jobs as well.
Oliver Racing Parts, which produces connecting rods for use in racing engines, was acquired earlier this year by Advanced Clean Air Technologies
(ACAT Global). That company has its headquarters and a manufacturing site for catalytic converter components along M-66 in Charlevoix, at a site that housed a Hoskins Manufacturing plant in years past.
Major changes are coming to downtown Detroit soon.Most of the big projects on tap have been announced and some are even under construction
. But the cumulative impact may not have sunk into the public’s consciousness yet.In all likelihood, by five years from now, the quickly reviving downtown and Midtown district will sport a new light-rail system, a new hockey arena, hundreds (if not thousands) of new residential units, at least one new hotel, and multiple new recreational venues including the remade Detroit Dry Dock building on the east riverfront.
The Detroit Red Wings home, Joe Louis Arena, is among the most famous arenas in its sport.Soon, the arena will be history.On Wednesday, the Michigan Strategic Fund board unanimously approved a $650 million project that includes up to $450 million in bonds going towards a new arena for the Red Wings and other events, according to The Associated Press
. The remaining $200 million will be spent to develop a 45-block area between midtown and downtown where the arena will be built.The approval comes at a time when the city of Detroit has declared bankruptcy, but Governor Rick Snyder believes the arena project will benefit the city.
By MITCH HOTTS
firstname.lastname@example.org; @mhotts Posted: Thursday,
07/25/13 06:53 pm
It’s beginning to look like Christmas in July for Roseville
where several new developments are in the works that will bring jobs to the
city including high-tech cellphone repair positions.
So far this year, the city has more than $30 million in
investment in new and existing businesses, with some high-profile ones such as
Emagine Entertainment’s plan to build a 15-screen theater and retaining others
such as the oldest knife manufacturer in the world.