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Wolf Administration Announces Creation of 80 New Jobs at JLE Industries Facility in Fayette County

first_imgWolf Administration Announces Creation of 80 New Jobs at JLE Industries Facility in Fayette County July 17, 2015 Economy,  Jobs That Pay,  Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf announced today that JLE Industries, LLC, a transportation and logistics company serving the energy and infrastructure development industries, will establish a new site in Dunbar Township, Fayette County to serve as its corporate headquarters, a move that will create 80 new, full-time jobs.“JLE chose Pennsylvania over other states as the best place to accommodate the needs of their thriving business and we’re thrilled to announce the creation of 80 new jobs with this expansion,” Governor Wolf. “The energy industry continues to drive job creation and investment and my administration will continue to encourage the growth of the industry all across the commonwealth.”JLE Industries will acquire and refurbish an existing 50,000-square-foot facility after to serve as its new corporate headquarters. The company plans to invest more than $9 million on the project, and has also committed to the creation of 80 new, full-time jobs and retaining 48 existing positions over the next three years.JLE Industries received a funding proposal from the Department of Community and Economic Development including a Pennsylvania First Program grant for $150,000 and $160,000 in Job Creation Tax Credits.“The opening of this facility commemorates a milestone in our journey to become the premier transportation, logistics, and energy field service company in the Appalachian basin,” said Jason Adamsky, CEO and co-owner, JLE Industries, LLC. “This state of the art facility, which will house more than 150 JLE associates, will be the epicenter and strategic hub for the continued growth of our business.”The project was coordinated by the Governor’s Action Team, an experienced group of economic development professionals who report directly to the Governor and work with businesses that are considering locating or expanding in Pennsylvania, in collaboration with Fay-Penn Economic Development.JLE Industries, LLC is transportation, logistics and field services company serving the energy and infrastructure development industries. Since its inception nearly five years ago, JLE Industries has experienced significant growth and transformation, both organically and through strategic investments in gas and oil field services and technology. Today, the business is comprised of more than 80 power units and 100 employees strategically positioned at various service points across the Appalachian region.For further information on JLE Industries, LLC, visit www.jleindustries.com.For more information about the Governor’s Action Team, visit www.newpa.com.center_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

San Diego Padres beat Los Angeles Dodgers in extra innings again

first_imgFor Padre fans who forgot what playoff baseball feels like, this weekend is serving as a decent reminder.“It seems like all our games get decided like this,” Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said. “Who gets the key hit, who makes the key pitch. … We haven’t been able to get the big hit.”Saturday, the biggest hit belonged to he smallest man on the field, 5-foot-6 dynamo Alexi Amarista. His line-drive single off Jamey Wright in the 10th inning drove in Will Venable with the game-winning run.A night earlier, Yasmani Grandal clubbed a bases-loaded single off Kevin Correia to walk off the Dodgers. The second-place San Francisco Giants have beaten the Milwaukee Brewers each of the last two nights, reducing the gap in the National League West to 2 1/2 games. The Dodgers led by a season-high six games on Aug. 12. SAN DIEGO >> A playoff series at Petco Park?There hasn’t been one in seven seasons. Barring a miraculous comeback, the poor Padres’ postseason drought will reach at least eight. Even after beating the Dodgers 2-1 in 10 innings Saturday ‑ their third consecutive extra-innings win — they’re 7 1/2 games out of the final National League wild-card spot.The Dodgers, meanwhile, are closing out the month of August in true September style: Watching the scoreboard, grinding out close games decided by late third-strike calls and walk-off hits.At times, the Dodgers’ climactic loss even took on an October feel: Stellar pitching before a rare sold-out crowd, a handful of close plays defining the razor-thin margin between victory and defeat. “It’d be nice to keep it closer to six than where it is now,” Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke said, “but they’re a good team. I don’t expect it to be easy.”Greinke pitched eight innings, looking completely recovered from the elbow soreness that occasionally hindered him in July and early August. He allowed four hits, walked two batters and struck out eight.Padres starter Ian Kennedy matched Greinke pitch-for-pitch, exiting with the game tied at 1 after seven innings. He allowed four hits and walked three.Kennedy helped himself at the plate in the third inning by hitting a double off Greinke ‑ the first hit for either team ‑ then scored on an RBI double by light-hitting catcher Rene Rivera.Adrian Gonzalez tied the game 1-1 with a solo home run in the sixth inning off Kennedy. The 370-foot blast landed in the Jack Daniel’s deck beyond the right-field fence, a strip of real estate that was part of the playing field when Gonzalez wore a Padre uniform from 2006-09.Gonzalez has hit 19 home runs this season, the most of any Dodgers player. His 91 RBIs are tied for second in the National League.Rivera led off the eighth inning with his second double of the game, then was replaced by speedy pinch runner Cameron Maybin. That threat ended when Dodgers catcher Drew Butera picked off Maybin, getting help from a brilliant pick and tag by shortstop Hanley Ramirez. Ramirez was a late addition to the Dodgers’ lineup after being bothered by a sore left quadriceps muscle the night before.J.P. Howell relieved Greinke in the ninth inning and allowed a leadoff single to Abraham Almonte. The left-hander then walked Seth Smith, a left-handed batter, and fell behind 3-0 to Yasmani Grandal. In a classic case of better-lucky-than-good, Grandal lined a 3-1 sinker directly into Howell’s glove, touching off a 1-6 double play.Brian Wilson relieved Howell and got Jedd Gyorko to fly out to end the inning.Yasiel Puig started in center field and batted fifth following a rare day off. After striking out in his first two at-bats against Kennedy, Puig singled off reliever Nick Vincent in the eighth inning, ending a streak of 20 hitless at-bats dating to August 20.“He seemed calmer tonight,” Mattingly said of Puig.But Puig also struck out in the 10th inning following a two-out double by Matt Kemp. It was the Dodgers’ last at-bat with a runner in scoring position ‑ they went 0 for 6 and left 10 men on base.“We didn’t square up a whole lot of balls,” Mattingly said.Wright (4-4) faced only three batters in the 10th inning. He allowed a leadoff single to Venable, then struck out Rymer Liriano on a full count.As it happened, the game might have been decided when Venable stole second base without a throw from Butera. The catcher said he couldn’t hear home-plate umpire Todd Tichenor call strike three on Wright’s final pitch to Liriano. The rookie outfielder started toward first base, maybe thinking he’d drawn a walk, blocking Butera’s throwing path in the process.“The situation wasn’t good for me to force a throw” to second base, Butera said. “I erred on the side of caution.”Venable scored from second base when Amarista lined Wright’s first pitch into center field, ending the game.Such endings aren’t good for a man’s blood pressure. They aren’t convincing wins for the victor, or convincing losses for the loser.Mattingly’s message: Get used to it.“I think there’s going to be a lot of games like this” in September, he said. “We look forward to it.”center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more