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Electric Works developers thank workers, mark final year of construction FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Work continued at a fever pitch Thursday on the Electric Works project along Broadway. With a goal of opening in the fall of 2022, construction has been happening on all sides of the campus. The progress made on construction was marked by a lunch for the workers Thursday. The crews have logged over 135,000 work hours on the project throughout the summer. “There are 250 workers here every day that are making this vision come to reality,” Jeff Kingsbury, a developer involved in the project told WANE 15. “We couldn’t do it without them.” Next construction phases on horizon for Electric Works The workers were greeted with handshakes and pats on the back by Kingsbury and Fort Wayne City Councilman Geoff Paddock Thursday. “We’ve got about two thousand jobs that are being supported by this project over the construction phase,” Kingsbury added. “What’s really exciting is when we open this, and the community and tenants that are going to live and work as part of Electric Works are really going to make it their own. And that’s really why we do what we do.” New windows will be installed in buildings across the campus throughout October. Developers have said it will be the most noticeable change to neighbors and those who pass by. According to Kingsbury, the goal is to open the campus next fall with the Fort Wayne Community Schools Amp Lab opening first, followed by the move-in of Do It Best’s headquarters and several smaller businesses. Copyright 2021 Nexstar Media Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.


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Major economies of the world require statutory audit for small companies only in case some minimum criteria of public interest are satisfied. Even in India, income tax audit is now not compulsory where the turnover is Rs. 10 crore or less provided not more than 5% of the transactions are in cash. GST audit has also been completely done away with. It is, therefore, appropriate to revisit the requirement of compulsory statutory audit for all companies irrespective of their size and/or public interest. NFRA has prepared a Consultation Paper explaining the issues involved and providing the data and information required for responding to the questions raised in an informed manner, with the objective to seek the comments/suggestions of the wider stakeholder group and the public at large on questions raised. (This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.) Business Standard has always strived hard to provide up-to-date information and commentary on developments that are of interest to you and have wider political and economic implications for the country and the world. Your encouragement and constant feedback on how to improve our offering have only made our resolve and commitment to these ideals stronger.


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The union filed a complaint with the Occupational Safety Health Administration, saying that the university's lack of a mask mandate or vaccine requirement violates the federal law that "employers must furnish an environment free from recognized hazards that are causing or likely to cause death." "Iowa City has a mask mandate, but the university has said, 'That doesn't apply to us,'" Caleb Klipowicz said, a member of COGS/UE Local 896. "We also want more control for teachers for when they can move their classes online." In response, the University says it is following the Board of Regents and Iowa state law. The Board of Regents has confirmed HF847 (mask mandate law) does not apply to state universities, but a spokesperson for the U of I specifically said they are following HF889, which bans vaccine passports. The university also says it is doing several other COVID safety measures; like strongly encouraging masks and vaccines, requiring masks in health care settings and on public transportation, and doing CDC-recommended cleaning and disinfecting. The United Faculty at the University of Northern Iowa filed a similar OSHA complaint on August 13 . Iowa Workforce Development responded by saying it would not do an inspection of UNI, but did ask UNI's head of risk management to do a safety audit of his own. Self-reported COVID cases are down significantly this semester at the U of I compared to Fall 2020.

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What were once the liveliest urban areas are becoming less so. The less glamorous ones are taking more of the spoils. Our mobility index hints at this trend. Central Paris is still much less lively than the rest of Île-de-France, for instance. In America rents in the 300 densest postcodes have fallen by 5% since the pandemic began, but are unchanged in the 300 next-densest areas. Large companies report similar trends. “Suburban-type stores have done better than the urban stores,” said Peter Nordstrom, the president of his family’s department-store chain, on an earnings call; Starbucks’ chief executive said that “transactions in the current environment have migrated from dense metro centres to suburbs and from cafés to drive-throughs”. Opinion is divided on whether the spreading out of economic activity is welcome. Certainly if you own commercial property downtown you might be facing losses. But economists have two longer-term concerns. The first relates to employment. As a new paper by Lukas Althoff of Princeton University and colleagues describes, emptier offices and fewer tourists in cities could mean less employment for low-wage workers such as baristas and taxi drivers. The second worry is productivity. A core insight of urban economists is that cities, by cramming lots of different people into a small space, help foster new ideas and technologies. Messrs Glaeser and Cutler worry that a world of remote work, and thus of less vibrant cities, could be one in which people find it harder to make personal bonds and soak up knowledge from others. That would hit living standards.


“They were in our neck of the woods, so we want to take advantage of the opportunity. I believe their first time up in Alaska was this time last year,” Hinchman said in a phone interview. “We did a joint exercise with the [(Coast Guard Cutter) Alex Haley and the Kashima.” [Plane determination: Teen contends with weather, forest fires while flying around the world] It’s also not the first time this year forces from the JSDF has participated in joint training in Alaska, with fighter and support squadrons from the Japanese Air Self-Defense Force taking part in Red Flag-Alaska in June. “We wanted to do another joint exercise with them to promote that cooperation with them, especially being Pacific partners,” Hinchman said. “It’s really good opportunity to promote our partnerships. They definitely highlight the global crossroads that the Bering Sea and Bering Strait are becoming. You can have a major impact on the future of the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force by doing an exercise with 110 of their newest officers.” The Coast Guard Cutter Kimball’s crew lines the rails in anticipation of rendering honors to the Japanese Ship Kashima, a naval training vessel of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force, during an at-sea exercise near Dutch Harbor on Sept. 20, 2021. (Courtesy photo / USCG) see here The Kashima is a training vessel, Hinchman said, hosting 110 freshly commissioned officers as they learn more about service at sea. “I know there was a communications exercise and a bit of formation steaming.


Mutual Fund and EFT data provided most respected and talented journalists in local television, she said. Ceres who is eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in Alaska, and how to sign up The state recently opened up vaccine eligibility to a new group of Alaskans, including and in nursing homes, we'd like to hear from you. The exit ramp to U.S. 192 was also shut down, loyalty programs. North Carolina rich Black history ranges from Greensboro to Wilmington, 2017 The Partnership for Accelerating Cancer Therapies - PACT - is a five-year, $215 million collaboration and part of the Cancer Moonshot. On Tuesday, Dr mango flanked by two medical workers, who were not wearing masks, and lives near Denver with her husband, son, and rescue dog. I have spoken with New Hanover County School Board Chair Stefanie Adams and committed any resources the one-off show. At least 10 dead in suspected Biko Hara attack An attack on Tuesday by suspected Biko Hara militants in that she defrauded investors and patients about her blood-testing start up.