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Items Tagged with 'Wyoming'
Grand Rapids and Wyoming want proposals for a facility to turn sewage sludge into energy.
Representatives of the cities of Grand Rapids and Wyoming, through their Grand Valley Regional Biosolids Authority, will spend this summer studying proposals due in June from companies interested in building a biodigester plant that can turn municipal sewage sludge into methane gas. Read More
City officials hope to announce a second user this fall.
A division of Kendall Electric Inc. of Portage plans to break ground this fall on a new distribution, wholesale and manufacturing facility in Wyoming at Site 36 — the city administration’s marketing name for the cleared property formerly occupied by the massive General Motors stamping plant on 36th Street. Read More
It’s been nearly a year since Gordon Food Service opened its new headquarters at 1300 Gezon Parkway SW in Wyoming, and Wyoming City Manager Curtis Holt said the company is impacting the city daily with its investments and its employment of residents. Read More
County isn’t buying iPads for commissioners right now.
Kent County should know relatively soon whether it can merge the two health department clinics in Wyoming and Kentwood into a single one located in Kentwood, an endeavor the county has been working on since last September. Read More
Panelists address issues related to employees and companies.
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) Companies maneuvering through the growing world of mobile communication options are facing a new fork in the road: whether or not to let employees bring their own devices rather than issuing company phones and other mobile technology. Read More
The combined cities of Grand Rapids and Wyoming were named by Site Selection magazine as the nation’s tenth ranked metro area among locales with a population between 200,000 and 1 million. Read More
West Michigan collaboration has once again led to economic revitalization. Read More