Governor Wolf Provides Update on Bedford Train Derailment Response, Evacuation
Governor Wolf provided an update on the evacuation efforts and response to the train derailment that occurred Wednesday morning.
Governor Wolf Hosts Roundtable at University City Science Center
Governor Wolf will host a roundtable at the University City Science Center where representatives of the companies the center has supported will discuss how each is succeeding in creating jobs and improving lives in the city and region.
Governor Wolf Tours and Hosts Discuss at Cook MyoSite
Governor Wolf will tour Cook MyoSite in Pittsburgh. After the tour, Governor Wolf will host a roundtable discussion with employees.
Cook MyoSite is a subsidiary of Cook Group Incorporated, a manufacturer of medical devices. Cook MyoSite was formed in 2002 out of research conducted at the University of Pittsburgh to guide the Cook Group into the expanding world of cellular technologies. Cook MyoSite is dedicated to the development of technology related to collection, selection, and expansion of human skeletal muscle cells for the treatment of various disorders.
Governor Wolf Visits World Trade Center Harrisburg
Governor Wolf will visit World Trade Center Harrisburg and host a roundtable to discuss the project and plans for revitalization of Cameron Street.
World Trade Center Harrisburg, formerly known as Capitol View Commerce Center, was purchased by Moran Industries in November 2013. The center includes 75,000 square feet of shipping and warehousing space and 140,000 square feet of office space. Current tenants of the space include World Trade Center Harrisburg and Geneia LLC.
Governor Wolf Attends Shipley Energy Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Governor Wolf will join Mayor Kim Bracey and the Shipley Energy leadership team at the Shipley Energy ribbon cutting for the CNG Fueling Station.
Shipley Energy owns the site where Clean Energy Fuels Corp constructed the CNG fueling station. The project was supported by a Natural Gas Energy Development Program grant through the Department of Environmental Protection and will help Shipley Energy with the switch from heavy duty fleet vehicles to compressed natural gas.