Breakfast of Champions, retirees from Gloucester Engineering enjoy breakfast at Charlie’s
I believe there was one non-retiree, that joined the group
Here’s a new feature for tomorrow’s (SAT) Downtown Block Party: Win Cool Prizes!
The Block Party’s new Marketplace at the Cape Ann Savings Bank Plaza between Hancock and Porter Streets (see map) has a new game called Glosta-opoly played on a brand new Monopoly-style board created by members of Art Haven.
You can play the game for free and win wicked-cool Prizes including CDs by top local artists including Chelsea Berry, Julie Dougherty, Michael Thomas Doyle, Allen Estes, Tom Hauck, Orleans “Still the One Live”, Renee & Joe, T Max, plus a limited edition Celebrate Gloucester 2010 2 DVD set, limited edition Celebrate Gloucester 2007 Staff T-Shirt, hats & shirts & pens from Gloucester Engineering, jar openers and shot glasses from Ryan and Wood, creations and services from the Teen Artist Guild, gift certificates for From Dust to Dawn Cleaning services from Holly Ciancola and Whitmarsh Lock and Safe, energy bars and candies from Sunny Variety, Mardi Gras beads and glow sticks from Cape Ann Lanes, free car washes from Maplewood Car Wash, gift certificates from downtown merchants and more . . .
Don’t sweat the parking. I’m always surprised when I hear people complain about parking in Gloucester. Honestly, I’ve never had trouble finding a parking space — not even during Fiesta. Last night I went to the Harbor Loop Concert. I got there after it started on a beautiful summer night in the height of the tourist season when every local hotel is full and what do you know? I found a parking space on Rogers Street at Harbor Loop! In fact I had my choice of at least half a dozen free (after 6) spots on Rogers within earshot of the music. Plus there were plenty of spaces at I4-C2. So don’t worry about the few Main Street parking spots that are not available during the Block Party. Trust me. You won’t have a problem finding a space within a couple minutes walk.
Per our discussion in the GMG comment section I contend that if the energy produced and saved results were made available online that it would make the proponents happy and the skeptics happy if the results are what they’ve been projected.
Without the data the general public whose tax dollars erre used in part to fund it are left to (pardon the pun) drift in the wind.
Can you request that at one of your meetings?
Anyone else who would be interested in tjis data chime in on the vomments to this pist as well.
TIA Melissa Full On Footie Duck Jammie Cox 🙂
You haven’t seen anything this cool video-wise in Gloucester in 2013. Guaranteed,
Jay Groccia From www.OnSiteStudios.com Produced This-
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Components of a horizontal axis wind turbine (gearbox, rotor shaft and brake assembly) being lifted into the nacelle.
200-ton wind turbine nacelles being unloaded at a seaport.
I am sure you are inundated with windmill photos, but I took these this
evening (11.23). I only had my little point and shoot camera, but it did ok
capturing the windmill being built now. I thought it was great that they
have a stand with markers for people to use to sign the blades. Amazing to
get up close to one of the 45 meter blades. And to think this one is
smaller than the one at Varian.
Joey: I wanted to contribute a few photos to the extensive documentation of the installation of the Varian and Gloucester Engineering wind turbines. Best, Pat Morss
Gloucester Engineering Co. received bankruptcy court approval for the disclosure statement in its reorganization plan. The statement describes the proposed reorganization plan and contains information regarding the debtor and its business. Ballots have been sent to creditors and a confirmation hearing is scheduled for Dec. 20. The proposed reorganization is sponsored by Blue Wolf Capital Partners LLC’s Blue Wolf Capital Fund II. It also has the support of the creditors’ committee. Gloucester Engineering is a Massachusetts-based provider of equipment for the plastics extrusion and converting industry.
Gloucester Engineering Co. (GEC), one of the leading providers of equipment for the plastics extrusion and converting industry, today announced that it has won approval of its Disclosure Statement in support of its Plan of Reorganization from the Bankruptcy Court in the District of Massachusetts. The Disclosure Statement describes the proposed Plan of Reorganization and contains information regarding the debtor and its business. Its approval by the Court is an important milestone in the company’s path toward exiting bankruptcy and allows the creditors to vote upon the Plan. Ballots were sent to the creditors on November 17 and a Confirmation Hearing is scheduled for December 20, 2010.
“We are very pleased with the Court’s decision, which paves the way for the company to emerge from bankruptcy by the end of the year.”
The company’s Plan of Reorganization is being sponsored by an affiliate of Blue Wolf Capital Fund II (”Blue Wolf”) and has the support of the Creditors’ Committee.
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