Governor Wolf Continues “Jobs That Pay” Tour, Tours Logistics Plus Inc.
Governor Wolf will continue his “Jobs That Pay” tour by visiting Logistics Plus Inc. in Erie.
Logistics Plus Inc. is a worldwide provider of transportation, warehousing, global logistics, and supply chain solutions. Logistics Plus is currently renovating and expanding its headquarters, a move that will create new jobs in the City of Erie. The renovation project received funding from the Department of Community and Economic Development and was coordinated by the Governor’s Action Team.
Governor Wolf Interviewed on KDKA
Governor Wolf will be interviewed live via phone on KDKA Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway.
Governor Wolf Tours Almono-Hazelwood Mill 19 Redevelopment Site and Hazelwood Business District
Governor Wolf and Department of Community and Economic Development Secretary Dennis Davin will tour the Almono-Hazelwood Mill 19 redevelopment site. After the tour, Governor Wolf and Secretary Davin will also tour the Hazelwood business district.
The Almono-Hazelwood site is the last remaining brownfield of its size in Pittsburgh. The Pittsburgh Technology Center and the Southside Works began redevelopment projects to transition this former steel making site into vibrant job centers. Once the redevelopment projects are completed, the area will include over 2 million square feet of new office, research and development space.
Governor Wolf Participates in United Neighborhood Walking Tour
Governor Wolf will join Scranton Mayor Bill Courtright on a walking tour hosted by the United Neighborhood Center. The governor will visit areas that are part of the United Neighborhood Center’s revitalization project.
The United Neighborhood Center is a nonprofit agency that strives to meet the needs of local low-income families, seniors, and youth, while also working with them to attain self-sufficiency.