Port Authority met Wednesday morning at the Muskingum County Welcome Center.
The Port Authority completed an economic development transaction to re-finance some bonds for the Grove City Church of the Nazarene School. Attorney for Dinsmore & Shohl in Columbus, Marc Kamer told us more.
"The benefit to the school is that we're doing the bonds tax exempt." said Kamer, "It's a lower interest rate so they pay less in interest, they can use that money to plow back in...
MUSKINGUM COUNTY, OHIO (WHIZ) - The new executive director of the Zanesville-Muskingum County Port Authority, Matt Abbott, took office Monday. Abbot is the former assistant superintendent for Foxfire Schools.
MVHC Expanding to Cambridge
MUSKINGUM COUNTY, OHIO (WHIZ) - The Muskingum Valley Health Centers are expanding to include the Cambridge area. The new facility will be...
The new executive director of the Zanesville-Muskingum County Port Authority took office Monday.
The board named former Foxfire Assistant Superintendent, Matt Abbott to the position last week. Abbott said as he stepped into his office Monday morning, he got right to work. He said he's been reading things Mike Jacoby put together before leaving the Port Authority.
"A lot of reading, and getting to know some projects that could potentially happen in our area but...
CROOSKVILLE, OHIO (WHIZ) - The Crooksville Police Chief says a medical condition may have been to blame for the death of 26-year-old Kayla Barnett. Public information officer Jill DeLgreco says they're calling it a questionable death due to suspicious bruises found on Barnett's boday, at this point there's no clear cut cause.
The resignation of Mike Jacoby has left the Zanesville-Muskingum County Port Authority without an executive director.
The Port Authority met for the first time since Jacoby left, But board member, Tom Poorman, said business is being carried out as normal.
"We have a very capable administrative assistant in Amy Young who is running the day to day operations of the port authority," Poorman said. "As one board member, I'm helping out as needed with development...
During the month of September the Port Authorities and Chamber of Commerce for Muskingum and Guernsey Counties conducted a survey to determine to extent of the reported shortage of skilled workers.
The survey found numerous positions in need of skilled employees. One of the most common reasons employers are having difficulties filling those positions is a lack of experienced candidates. Mike Jacoby, of the Port Authority, said that in the next month they hope to meet with the industry...
If all goes according to plan a new apartment complex will soon take shape on Northpointe Drive.
At a special meeting Tuesday, the Port Authority entered into an agreement to sell just over 20 acres of land for $408,000 to Northpointe Reserve LLC. The company made up of two entities from North Carolina plans to use the land to build medium to high end apartments.
The Port Authority's Executive Director said Zanesville currently has a 99 percent occupancy rate.
After a couple of tests on the roadway at Eastpointe Industrial Park, the problem that plagues the road still remains a mystery.
Port Authority Executive Director Mike Jacoby said they recently dug a test hole expecting to find water as the source of the problem, but no water was found. The sewer department then ran a camera through the sewer line that goes underneath the road, but they couldn't find any breaks in the line.