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January 1, 2021 | |Post a Comment

first_imgCalkain Institutional Advisors, a division of Calkain Companies, a national real estate investment brokerage firm, has been chosen by R.P.M.Realty Trust as the exclusive listing agent to sale two fully leased properties located at198 & 200 Main Street in Lewiston, Maine.Joel Kahn, CCIM and Michael OMara will represent R.P.M. Realty Trust in thedisposition of these properties which houses the Department of Human Services for theState of Maine. 200 Main Street, consisting of 50,823 square feet on four floors, wascompletely renovated/expanded to comply with the states requirements for office space.The State of Maine currently holds a Standard and Poors credit rating of AAA, thehighest rating the service offers. Additionally, the abutting 198 Main Street building wassimultaneously renovated as a two story, 11,700 square foot multi-tenanted building fullyoccupied by several well known regional tenants.Calkain Companies, Inc. is a full service firm with a national scope focusing onsingle and multi-tenant retail, industrial, and office net leased transactions. Additionalinformation about the firm and its listings may be found at www.calkain.com(link is external).last_img read more

December 31, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享PV Magazine:If Florida Power and Light (FPL) had already been off and running with the handful of projects related to the “30 by 30” plan, then the utility has now entered a dead sprint. Today the utility announced that it is beginning construction on 10 projects across Florida, all clocking in at that magical “30 by 30” capacity of 74.5 MW.Usually when we talk about unprecedented development, it’s in the terms of one large, singular project. However, regardless of the separate locations, what is impressive about this is the total scale: 745 MW.The plants are set to be located in Charlotte, Hendry, DeSoto, Suwannee, Palm Beach, Baker, Okeechobee, Manatee, Martin and Putnam counties. FPL expects all of the projects to be completed by early 2020, however firm timelines will become clear later in the construction process. Even without a hard date, getting 745 MW operational in close to one year is no easy feat.Once completed, these projects will increase FPL’s installed capacity by 60%, which is impressive, because usually when a figure like that is stated it’s referencing a 100 MW project in a state with just over 100 MW installed, it’s made only more monumental when that number is 60% of a utility that has already installed over 1.25 GW of solar. All in all, these projects will generate enough electricity to power roughly 150,000 homes.Following the completion of these plants, FPL will have 28 plants in operation. And, of these 10 projects, six of them will support SolarTogether, the utility’s flagship community solar program, one which will be the largest in the country if and when it is approved by the Florida Public Service Commission.More: FPL opens the floodgates on a tidal wave of solar Florida utility begins construction on 745MW of new solar generationlast_img read more

September 17, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgDepartment of Public Safety released its annual security report Wednesday, which tracks on- and off-campus crime statistics. This year’s report showed an overall decrease in crime during the past three years, according to DPS officials.Universities receiving federal aid are required by the Jeanne Clery Act to compile a campus security act by Oct. 1 of each school year. According to the act, the report must include crime data for the past three years.“The Department of Public Safety is constantly evaluating our methods to create as safe of an environment as possible for students and faculty,” said DPS Capt. David Carlisle.The majority of on-campus crime decreased between 2007 and 2009. Robbery, in particular, decreased significantly, down from 20 reported incidents on campus in 2007 to one incident on campus reported in 2009. Residential communities also showed a decrease in crime, said Carol Hayes, DPS director of administrative operations“There has been a 70 percent reduction in robberies over the past four years, and we’re proud of that,” Hayes said.The only clear increase of on-campus violent crimes was in forcible sex offenses, with nine reports in 2009, an increase from six incidents in 2008 and none in 2007.Off-campus, public property and LAPD-reported crimes showed an increase in some crimes, such as forcible sex offenses, but a decrease in others, such as burglary.Assistant DPS Chief John Thomas noted that although robbery incidents reported to LAPD rose in 2009, all 10 instances were associated with major events, such as raves or the parade celebrating the Los Angeles Lakers’ championship.Both negligent and non-negligent manslaughter had zero cases in the last three years, both on campus and in the surrounding areas.“[The report should] dispel the perception that the area around USC is more dangerous than anywhere else in L.A.,” Thomas said.The number of liquor, weapon and drug arrests and referrals has risen since 2007, with the number of on-campus liquor law referrals reaching 107 in 2009.“More incidents are being reported [by students], and at the same time there is an increase in the amount of alcohol-related incidents that we’re seeing on 28th Street and other places,” Thomas said.The report included statistics for the University Park and Health Sciences campuses, as well as the Orange County, Catalina Island, Sacramento, Marina Del Rey, Alhambra Health Sciences, San Diego and Aviation centers. The satellite campuses showed relatively low levels of crime compared to the University Park Campus.Fire safety information was also included for the first time in the report, including the status of alarm systems and instances of fires. According to the report, only one fire occurred in 2009, which was an accidental fire in the off-campus Troy apartment complex.Even with the descending rates, Thomas said that DPS is concerned with cracking down on violent crimes in particular.“I think it can always be improved, but we have seen the level of crimes go down in all categories,” Thomas said. “As long as it continues to go down, we’re happy, but it can always be better.”Carlisle, Thomas and Hayes said students must be mindful of their surroundings and put safety first.“Crime prevention measures don’t change from year to year. I talk about the importance of making smart decisions — the single most [important] component of safety is personal behavior and choices,” Carlisle said.Carlisle also reiterated the importance of not walking alone off campus at night, taking advantage of free transportation services and not advertising valuables as students walk in the area.Despite the lower crime rates last year, most students still seem to be mindful of the dangers on campus.“I try not to go out after its dark, and I guess I’d call Campus Cruiser if it got too late. I also carry around pepper spray,” said Vivian Tsui, a freshman majoring in aerospace engineering.DPS officials said they are constantly evaluating their practices in order to create the safest environment possible for students and faculty.“Students need to be aware because it impacts the campus community that they live in,” Thomas said. “[They need to] be aware of how they can contribute to a safer environment.”last_img read more

December 25, 2019 | |Post a Comment

first_imgDONEGAL TD Pádraig Mac Lochlainn has written to Marine Minister Simon Coveney today, hitting out at his department’s ongoing legal action against the owners of Fahan marina.JJ McDaid, the managing director of the Lough Swilly Marina had successfully defended a High Court action.It was brought against them by then Minister Noel Dempsey. Jusice Liam McKetchne had awarded the group €2.045 in damages, of which he said €1.545M had to be released immediately so that works could begin on the project, regardless of a possible Government appeal.But the Government is appealing.In his letter to Minister Coveney today, the Donegal Sinn Fein deputy wrote: “I am deeply alarmed to learn that your Department have recently taken further legal measures to curtail the work of Lough Swilly Marina, Co. Donegal.“Despite many hurdles along the way, the directors of Lough Swilly Marina have managed to establish a marina with over 200 berths at Fahan, Co. Donegal. This is now a very important part of Donegal’s marine tourism infrastructure. “Can you advise me as a local TD what the rationale for further delaying the next exciting steps for that marina is? What local or national economic or tourism interest is served? What rules or regulations have the directors of Lough Swilly Marina not adhered to that was not resolved by Judge McKechnie’s High Court ruling?“The facts are that both Donegal County Council and your department have collectively spent millions of euro over the last decade either pursuing publicly funded marinas in Donegal that have never came to fruition or doing all in their power to close down the one marina that has actually become a reality. This defies all logic and in my view cannot be in the public interest.” TD’S ANGER AT DEPARTMENT’S LEGAL ACTION AGAINST FAHAN MARINA was last modified: August 9th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more