All Things Business

The Intel On Intel: The Latest From The Silicon Heartland For The Weekend Of May 14-15

15 May , 2022  

By 1812Blockhouse

Every few days we present “The Intel On Intel” here on 1808Delaware and 1812Blockhouse, where we collect and share links from area media looking how local government, schools, other businesses, and Intel itself are building a new future for the area.

n today’s edition, we share media coverage on the following topics:

  • Hopes for a Chips Bill compromise
  • How Columbus can capitalize on Intel
  • Intel CEO addresses OSU grads
  • Summit on workforce issues
  • Township hires zoning consultant
  • Licking County officials visit Arizona
  • Johnstown residents look to Oregon example
  • Long-term Intel plans

The Intel on Intel can be viewed here.

All Things Business, History & Tourism

Secret No Longer: Downtown Opportunities Unveiled In Tour

8 May , 2022  

By 1812Blockhouse

Saturday brought the Secret City Tour sponsored by Downtown Mansfield, Inc., a component part of Saturday and Sunday’s RichHistory Weekend.

As in years past, a sampling of historic buildings in the downtown area were readied for these “sneak peek” tours. Buildings on this month’s edition included 87 West Fourth Street, 111 North Main Street (Second Floor), 137 North Main Street, 100 North Main (Second Floor), 130 North Main (Second Floor), 193 North Main, and 25 North Park.

The aim of the event is not only to provide an opportunity for Mansfielders and others to experience local history, but to demonstrate the potential of these spaces as redevelopment opportunities – the kinds of opportunities that can be fueled with recent downtown living grant funding provided by local civic leaders.

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All Things Business

The Intel On Intel: The Latest From The Silicon Heartland For The Weekend Of April 23-24

7 May , 2022  

By 1812Blockhouse

Each weekend here at 1808Delaware and 1812Blockhouse we present “The Intel On Intel,” where we collect and share links from area media looking how local government, schools, other businesses, and Intel itself are building a new future for the area.

n today’s edition, we share media coverage on the following topics:

  • Johnstown fears loss of small-town feel
  • Licking County schools brace for growth
  • Licking County rushes to build new homes
  • Zoning and planning in western Licking County
  • Impact on traffic
  • Annexation
  • New Albany approves rezoning
  • Husted extols level of investment
  • Concerns about US Congress delay

The Intel on Intel can be viewed here.

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All Things Business

Ohio Edison’s $21.6 Million Tree Trimming Program To Have Local Impact

4 May , 2022  

By 1812Blockhouse

This summer, travelers in Ashland and Richland Counties are bound to see crews from Ohio Edison “up in the trees.”

Ohio Edison, a FirstEnergy Corp. electric company, is conducting its annual tree trimming and other vegetation management work throughout its 34 county service area.  According to the company, this year’s $21.6 million tree-trimming program will help keep power flowing to customers by helping to prevent tree-related outages, such as those that can occur during the spring and summer storm season.

Already in 2022 some 300 miles of  lines have been addressed. There’s still another 4,400 miles to go of tree trimming along high voltage power lines in the company’s service territory.

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All Things Business

Gorman-Rupp Spends $525 Million To Acquire Pump and Meter Manufacturer

27 Apr , 2022  

Special to 1812Blockhouse

Mansfield’s Gorman-Rupp Company, a leading designer, manufacturer, and international marketer of pumps and pump systems, today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the assets of Fill-Rite and Sotera (“Fill-Rite”), a division of the Tuthill Corporation, for $525 million. When adjusted for approximately $80 million in expected tax benefits, the net transaction value is approximately $445 million. Gorman-Rupp expects to fund the transaction with cash on-hand and new debt. Subject to customary closing conditions and necessary regulatory approvals, the transaction is expected to close in the second quarter of 2022.

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All Things Business

The Intel On Intel: The Latest From The Silicon Heartland For The Weekend Of April 23-24

23 Apr , 2022  

By 1812Blockhouse

Each weekend here at 1808Delaware and 1812Blockhouse we present “The Intel On Intel,” where we collect and share links from area media looking how local government, schools, other businesses, and Intel itself are building a new future for the area.

In today’s edition, we share media coverage that considers:

  • Is Ohio the next tech stronghold?
  • New Albany City Council actions
  • OSU President talks “big wins”
  • Licking County manufacturing growth
  • Intel CEO to speak at OSU commencement
  • Knox County looks at possible Intel investment
  • Will impact reach Sandusky County?
  • Licking County bickering must end: Editorial
  • Possible Intel impact on NE Ohio

he Intel on Intel can be viewed here.

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All Things Business

The Intel On Intel: The Latest From The Silicon Heartland For The Weekend Of April 16-17

16 Apr , 2022  

By 1812Blockhouse

Each weekend here at 1808Delaware and 1812Blockhouse we present “The Intel On Intel,” where we collect and share links from area media looking how local government, schools, other businesses, and Intel itself are building a new future for the area.

In today’s edition, we share media coverage that considers:

  • Licking County schools anticipating growth
  • Welcome Intel Task Force formed
  • Commercial real estate developers charting uncharted territory
  • Intel makes greenhouse gas commitment
  • Intel impact on northeast Ohio
  • School in northeast Ohio had a hand in luring Intel to Ohio
  • Two townships explore merger
  • Negotiations are reaching a final stage
  • A look at an Intel plant in the state of Oregon
  • Johnstown prepares

The Intel on Intel can be viewed here.

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All Things Business

The Intel From Intel: The Latest From The Silicon Heartland For The Weekend Of April 2-3

3 Apr , 2022  

By 1812Blockhouse

Each weekend here at 1808Delaware and 1812Blockhouse we present “The Intel On Intel,” where we collect and share links from area media looking how local government, schools, other businesses, and Intel itself are building a new future for the area.

In today’s edition, we share media coverage that considers:

  • Impact on area industrial vacancy
  • Intel’s economic impact to be unprecedented
  • Better educated workforce coming
  • Johnstown prepares
  • New Albany website may share details
  • Subsidies being sought
  • Why didn’t Michigan get Intel?
  • Road improvements in Licking County
  • Construction workers could make $100,000/year

The Intel on Intel can be viewed here.

All Things Business

Groundbreaking Held For Newest Ontario Hotel

1 Apr , 2022  

By 1812Blockhouse

The US30 intersection with Lexington-Springmill Road continues to attract development, particularly the kind enjoyed by travelers.

By the middle of next year, another full service hotel will join the four already located in the immediate vicinity. On Thursday, civic officials joined hotel owners in a groundbreaking event with Richland Area Chamber & Economic Development.

The $8 million Holiday Inn Express will be a 99 room facility located at 1075 Guest Court in Ontario.  The location is next to Towne Hall Suites, the large building to the east of Sam’s Club immediately south of that intersection.

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All Things Business

The Intel From Intel: The Latest From The Silicon Heartland For The Weekend Of March 26-27

27 Mar , 2022  

By 1812Blockhouse

Each weekend here at 1808Delaware and 1812Blockhouse we present “The Intel On Intel,” where we collect and share links from area media looking how local government, schools, other businesses, and Intel itself are building a new future for the area.

In today’s edition, we share media coverage that considers:

  • Total investment could reach $100 billion
  • Columbus’ promise and challenge
  • How will Intel get its energy?
  • Road improvements begin for factory
  • Ohio University and Intel
  • New Albany’s playbook
  • Closest neighbors feel left out
  • Longaberger basket owner wants to work with Intel

The Intel on Intel can be viewed here.

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All Things Business

The Intel From Intel: The Latest From The Silicon Heartland For The Weekend Of March 19-20

20 Mar , 2022  

By 1812Blockhouse

Each weekend here at 1808Delaware and 1812Blockhouse we present “The Intel On Intel,” where we collect and share links from area media looking how local government, schools, other businesses, and Intel itself are building a new future for the area.

In today’s edition, we share media coverage that considers:

  • Intel’s arrival might mean more flights to/from Columbus
  • Mobility and housing are top concerns
  • Johnstown officials are feeling stymied
  • Veterans appear to be hiring target
  • Bumps on the road for Intel chip plan?
  • Air pollution concerns for plants in New Mexico, Oregon
  • Intel to invest $100 million in Ohio higher ed

The Intel on Intel can be viewed here.

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All Things Business

Mansfield Former Walgreens Building Sells For $4.8 Million

13 Mar , 2022  

Special to 1812Blockhouse

B+E, the first brokerage and technology platform for net lease real estate, today announced the sale of the sublet Walgreens property in Mansfield for $4,825,000.

This Walgreens asset has approximately 9 years remaining on a triple-net (NNN) lease. Family Dollar, a subsidiary of the Fortune 200 company Dollar Tree, began subletting the space in August 2021.

It is located at 1380 Lexington Avenue.

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All Things Business

The Intel From Intel: The Latest From The Silicon Heartland For The Weekend Of March 12-13

12 Mar , 2022  

By 1812Blockhouse

Each weekend here at 1808Delaware and 1812Blockhouse we present “The Intel On Intel,” where we collect and share links from area media looking how local government, schools, other businesses, and Intel itself are building a new future for the area.

In today’s edition, we share media coverage that considers:

  • Township roads are top infrastructure priority
  • Silicon Heartland needs transportation upgrades
  • Get your own Silicon Heartland T-Shirt
  • Impact on Dayton manufacturer
  • Granville considers building ‘vision’
  • Johnstown working to calm concerns
  • Benefits to agriculture and beyond
  • Will project meet employment projections?
  • Denison University growing with Columbus Metro
  • Report for Governor provides Intel contest

The Intel on Intel can be viewed here.

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All About Richland, All Things Business

The Intel From Intel: The Latest From The Silicon Heartland For The Weekend Of March 5-6

5 Mar , 2022  

By 1812Blockhouse

Each weekend here at 1808Delaware and 1812Blockhouse we present “The Intel On Intel,” where we collect and share links from area media looking how local government, schools, other businesses, and Intel itself are building a new future for the area.

In today’s edition, we share media coverage that considers:

  • Township wants to stop New Albany annexation options
  • What comes after the semiconductor announcements?
  • Intel to benefit Ohio colleges
  • New homes needed
  • Locals urged to capitalize on opportunities
  • Property to have long-term impact
  • President Biden includes Intel in State of the Union
  • Ohio college students hope to benefit

This weekend’s Intel On Intel can be viewed here.

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All Things Business

Private Equity Firm To Acquire Therm-O-Disc

4 Mar , 2022  

By 1812Blockhouse; PRNewsire

One Rock Capital Partners, LLC (“One Rock”) has announced that one of its affiliates has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Therm-O-Disc, a subsidiary of Emerson (NYSE: EMR).

Therm-O-Disc is a leading designer and manufacturer of safety-critical sensors, thermal cutoffs and sealed connecting components primarily used in heating, ventilation and air conditioning, appliance, water heater, industrial, aerospace & defense, and transportation applications. Headquartered in Mansfield, Therm-O-Disc has over 4,000 employees globally.

“Therm-O-Disc is well-positioned as a leading global manufacturer of branded, essential sensor and safety products,” said R. Scott Spielvogel, Managing Partner of One Rock. “We are excited to collaborate with management to drive innovation, enhance strong operational capabilities and serve Therm-O-Disc’s customers, building on the long history as an industry leader.”

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