Luring Businesses From New York Into Pennsylvania

Luring Businesses from New York into Pennsylvania

The following story was published by WNEP on May 19 and covers a Think About Energy event which was held in Susquehanna County. --- POSTED 4:57 PM, MAY 19, 2016, BY CLAY LEPARD, UPDATED AT 05:32PM, MAY 19, 2016 MONTROSE -- Since New York state bans fracking, community leaders in Susquehanna County are hoping to capitalize on that ban by attracting businesses to move to Pennsylvania. Thursday's meeting was the first of its kind, bringing in outside business people to meet with others who have already moved into Susquehanna County with hopes more will to do the same. "It gives us the opportunity to…

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27th Annual Susquehanna County Ag Day

27th Annual Susquehanna County Ag Day

March 20th is widely considered the start of the spring season. But for many in Susquehanna County, Ag Day (formally Dairy Day), on March 4th, is the symbolic end of winter. This annual tradition, in its 27th year, is organized by PennState Extension and brings together academia, agricultural businesses, suppliers, farmers, and the community. It also celebrates delicious dairy products including milk, cheese, and ice cream! An estimated 75 vendors were present this year including AgChoice Farm Credit, Agri-door, American Farm Products, Balewski Wood Shavings & Bedding, Barton Supply Inc., Delaval Dairy Service, and many others. Cabot set up a booth…

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Opportunities Are Everywhere For Pennsylvania

Opportunities are everywhere for Pennsylvania

The opportunities for economic growth and business development the shale revolution has brought to Pennsylvania are staggering. From the new electric generation facilities being built in the northeast to the export of ethane from Sunoco Logistics Partners' Marcus Hook terminal, the Commonwealth is buzzing with plans to attract new businesses and grow the ones already here thanks to the abundant, affordable supply of shale gas. And it's important to realize these projects (and the many others we simply don't have space to name) do not exist in a vacuum. The ripple effects of the investments in these projects can be felt hundreds of…

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