Henry Township Minutes

Approved June 22,2021 minutes….

HENRY TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES,  REGULAR MEETING

June 22, 2021

The regular meeting of the Henry Township Trustees was called to order by Chairman Wymer with the following members responding to roll call:  Present:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Absent:  None.

It was moved by Brumbaugh seconded by Baltz to approve the minutes of the regular meeting of June 8, 2021 as presented.   Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.

Motion carried.

It was moved by Baltz seconded by Brumbaugh that bills be approved for payment and checks issued for expenses totaling:  $  125,007.08   

Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.  Motion Carried.

Other officials/guests present: none

 Old Business

The board signed a letter requesting payment from Jonathan Haines for reimbursement for damage to Freyman Rd. in November 2020.  Letter will be sent certified mail with payment in full by July 15, 2021 or matter would be forwarded to Wood County Prosecutor.

New Business

Mr. Brumbaugh asked if newly paved roads will be marked with a centerline.  The Engineer’s office informed Mr. Baltz that the roads were not adequate width for this to be done.

It was moved by Wymer, seconded by Baltz to be included in the county pavement marking program and have Rudolph Rd. from Quarry Rd. to Jerry City Rd. marked.

Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.  Motion Carried.

Mr. Davis reported to the board on his recent meeting with the risk management representative from OTARMA.

There being no further action to come before the Board the meeting was adjourned upon motion.

Submited by Fiscal Officer, Matt Davis

Henry Township Minutes

Approved Minutes from May 25,2021 meeting…..

HENRY TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES, REGULAR MEETING,  May 25, 2021

The regular meeting of the Henry Township Trustees was called to order by Chairman Wymer with the following members responding to roll call:  Present:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Absent:  None.

It was moved by Baltz seconded by Brumbaugh to approve the minutes of the regular meeting of May 11, 2021  as presented.   Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.

Motion carried.

It was moved by Brumbaugh seconded by Baltz that bills be approved for payment and checks issued for expenses totaling:  $  7,976.22   

Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.  Motion Carried.

Other officials/guests present: JP Miklovic (The NBXpress), Rex Huffman (Wood Co. Port Authority)

 Old Business

Chip/Seal contract with Wards Construction was signed.  F.O. will forward a copy back to the vendor.

New Business

Baltz reported that Gerken Paving is planning on starting the paving project on 6/1 or 6/2 depending on the weather.

It moved by Wymer, seconded by Brumbaugh to hire Mitch Clark as a seasonal employee starting 6/1/2021 at a rate of $10/hr.  Roll call:  Ayes:  Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None. Baltz abstained.  Motion Carried.

F.O. informed the board that the bill from Northwest Water and Sewer for clearing the tile along North Baltimore had been received.  He will be billing Allen Twp. (Hancock Co.) for half of the cost as per the agreement.

Rex Huffman presented road grant project options.  The Township Board supported Option #1 and Option #4 as presented.  Mr. Huffman was meeting with the Village of North Baltimore soon to seek their support.  Final decision on scope and timing of project will depend on the Village interest and support level.

There being no further action to come before the Board the meeting was adjourned upon motion.

submitted by Matt Davis, Fiscal Officer            

Henry Township Meeting Minutes

May 11, 2021 approved minutes……

HENRY TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES  REGULAR MEETING

May 11, 2021

The regular meeting of the Henry Township Trustees was called to order by Chairman Wymer with the following members responding to roll call:  Present:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Absent:  None.

It was moved by Brumbaugh seconded by Wymer to approve the minutes of the regular meeting of  April 27, 2021 as presented.   Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.

Motion carried.

It was moved by Brumbaugh, seconded by Wymer to approve the Clerk’s Monthly Financial Report for April 2021 as presented.  Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.  Motion carried.

It was moved by Brumbaugh seconded by Wymer that bills be approved for payment and checks issued for expenses totaling $ 21,679.62

Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.  Motion Carried.

 Other Officials and Guests Present:  Chris North – Zoning Inspector

 Old Business

 It was moved by Brumbaugh, seconded by Wymer to award the 2021 Chip/Seal contract to Ward Construction due to favorable experience with previous jobs and incomplete bid documents associated with lowest bidder. Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.  Motion Carried.

New Business

  1. North reported that Northwest Water and Sewer are planning on installing a water station at Casey’s Sales and Service on SR 18. He is working with NWWSD on appropriate siting and permits.

It was moved by Baltz, seconded by Brumbaugh to renew membership in the Wood County Economic Development Commission at the Supporting Level

Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.  Motion Carried.

  1. Brumbaugh indicated there were abandoned tires along Wingston Rd. between Oil Center and Needles Rds.

There being no further action to come before the Board the meeting was adjourned upon motion.

Matt Davis, Fiscal Officer

This Weekend Wood Co. Historical Reenactment: Early Life Along the Portage 

Join us for Exploration and Settlement of the Early Days of the Northwest Territory, the Ohio Country, and State of Ohio, especially along & near the Portage Rivers in Wood County.

 

THIS WEEKEND!

Reenactment Event: Early Ohio Along the Portage 
May 22-23 | Saturday 9 AM – 5 PM & Sunday 10 AM – 4 PM

  • Join us for Exploration and Settlement of the Early Days of the Northwest Territory, the Ohio Country, and State of Ohio, especially along & near the Portage Rivers in Wood County.
  • Experience Military, Political Growth, Settlers, Natives, Suttlers, and Home Life Activities.
  • See William Henry Harrison, Simon Girty, Civil War field surgeon. Hear about General George Custer, Andrews Raiders, and much more.
  • Outdoor demonstrations are free and open to the public.
  • Food Trucks will be on site!
    •  Dog House 419 and Frenzy-On-The-Go
  • Museum open 1-4 PM with regular admission.
  • For more information please visit the Museum’s Facebook page: https://bit.ly/33vzJ3J
Co-sponsored by the Wood County Museum & Maumee Valley Heritage Corridor
 

Virtual History Series

VIRTUAL HISTORY SERIES: 
“Whippets, Clippers and Larks: The Story of D. D. Gross Motor Sales”

Last week we had technical difficulties with the Zoom link working, but we were able to record the program. If you missed the program or would like to view it again, please use the link below to view it on YouTube.


The May presentation provides a nostalgic overview of the D.D. Gross Motor Sales business –which includes research, photographs, “automobilia”, along with first-hand stories from past employees and customers. The business began by selling Willy’s Overland automobiles and went on to sell Packard’s and Studebakers, before closing in 1972.

Meet Our Presenter: Scott Gross
Scott Gross was born and raised in Moline, Ohio and currently resides in Bowling Green. After spending thirty years in the commercial construction industry, Scott is now an Assistant Teaching Professor at BGSU. For over thirty years, Scott has researched and written about his family roots in Wood County. Scott is currently serving on the Wood County Historical Society Board of Directors.

Virtual History Series presented by: Edwin & Irma Wolf and Lynn & Betty Wineland. Support for the Virtual History Series is in thanks of the many Tea Card Holders of the Tea & Talk Series.

Watch May’s Program
 
MUSEUM OPEN LATE
Thursday, May 20, 2021 | 10AM – 8PM
Free gift for all visitors who come between 4PM-8PM (while supplies last)
  
New in 2021 the Wood County Museum will be open for extended evening hours on the third Thursday of each month, 10 AM – 8 PM. This will offer a chance for visitors who normally cannot visit during the day to come out and tour the museum. Admission is $7 for adults and $3 for children, with discounts for seniors, students, and military. Historical Society members receive free admission as well as a gift shop discount.
 

We’ve got some great news–the 18th annual Living History Day is ON for 2021! Join us on Sunday, August 22, at 2:00PM on the lawn of the Wood County Museum for a spectacular program. Make sure to bring your own chair and arrive early to get a good spot in the shade.

 

NEW THIS YEAR! We will be doing a Drone Golf Ball Drop Fundraiser!
The Drop will happen right after the Living History Day program concludes, at about 3 PM or 3:30 PM. Buy a golf ball that will be released by drone over a hole…the three balls in/closest to the hole win! 1 ball for $15, 3 balls for $30.


You don’t need to be present to win!

Prizes
1st in hole/closest: $500
2nd closest: $250
3rd closest: $100
Furthest from the hole: $50


Purchase your tickets online now or If you’d like to purchase a golf ball by check, please send your check for $15/ball ($30 for 3 balls) to:

Wood County Historical Society
13660 County Home Rd.
Bowling Green, OH 43402

Golf balls will be sold until 2:30 PM on August 22, or until they are sold out.
A rain date will be set for the Drone Drop if weather is not favorable.

Buy Golf Balls Now!

Henry Township Trustees Minutes

Approved minutes from April 27, 2021…..

HENRY TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES,   REGULAR MEETING

April 27, 2021

The regular meeting of the Henry Township Trustees was called to order by Chairman Wymer with the following members responding to roll call:  Present:  Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Absent:  Baltz.

It was moved by Brumbaugh seconded by Wymer to approve the minutes of the regular meeting of April 13, 2021  as presented.   Roll call:  Ayes:  Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.

Motion carried.

It was moved by Brumbaugh seconded by Wymer that bills be approved for payment and checks issued for expenses totaling:  $  20,530.40   

Roll call:  Ayes:  Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.  Motion Carried.

Other officials/guests present: Chris North – Zoning Inspector

 

Old Business

It was moved by Wymer seconded by Brumbaugh to award Gerken Paving the contract for the 2021 Resurfacing program. Roll call:  Ayes:  Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.

Motion carried.

 

New Business

Brumbaugh indicated there were tires along Wingston Rd. – road dept. will be notified.

F.O. Davis received notice of township landfill disposal period.

F.O. Davis presented information regarding ODOT salt purchase program – after discussion the decision was made to purchase from Wood Co. Garage for upcoming winter and determine if utilizing ODOT contract is advantageous.

There being no further action to come before the Board the meeting was adjourned upon motion.

Submitted by Matt Davis, Fiscal Officer                            

Northwestern Water and Sewer District Projects Updates

Utility work can impact roads throughout our area. Travel safely….

 

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio, – The Northwestern Water and Sewer District (The District) delivers water and sewer services to over 20,000 customers in Wood, Henry, Sandusky, and Hancock counties.  Although many of our projects are performed underground, our utility work can impact roads throughout our service area.  Updates and additions are highlighted in bold and underlined.  Work may be delayed due to weather.

Lake Township: Water Tower
Through August 2022, crews will be constructing a 1.5-million-gallon elevated water tank near Lemoyne Road between Latcha and Hanley Roads.  Residents can expect additional construction vehicle traffic and possible shoulder restrictions in this area.  Project complete:  September 2022.  Project investment: $4 million.

McComb: Waterline Replacement Project
Through May, lane restrictions are possible on South Main Street, between Park Drive and Liberty Street, on Todd Street, near the railroad tracks, and on West Cooper Street between Liberty Street and Rader Road, for paving and restoration.  Project complete: June.  Project Investment: $600,000.  

McComb: Sanitary/Storm Sewer Replacement Project

Through May, SR 235 will be closed from the railroad tracks (just south of SR 613) to Bond-Preble Street for sanitary sewer replacement. Detour: SR 613, I-75, US 224.  Watch for lane and ally restrictions between S. Main Street and Bond Preble.  Additional intermittent closures of SR 613 for final paving and restoration will be announced. Project complete: July. Project investment: $950,000.

Perrysburg Township: Waterline Replacement *UPDATE*
Through May, lane restrictions are possible on North and South Bramblewood, Bridgewood, and Cliffwood Streets in Perrysburg Township for paving and restoration.  Project complete: May.  Project Investment: $1.5 million.

Perrysburg Township: Sewer Lining
Through July, lane restrictions are possible in Perrysburg Township, on Mandell Road, Lime City Road, and Glenwood Road, between I-75 to SR 795, and in Perrysburg Heights for sewer rehabilitation.  MAP OF EXACT LOCATIONS. Project complete:  August.  Project investment: $1,230,000.

Weston: Sewer Rehabilitation Project *NEW PROJECT*
Effective May 10 through August, lane restrictions and service interruptions are possible on Ohio Street, and on Ash and Center Streets near Ohio Street.  Sewer work will also include work in other areas in Weston but is expected to have a minimal impact on roads and sewer service.  Project complete:  August.  Project investment: $900,000.

District-Wide: Restoration *UPDATE*
Beginning
 Tuesday, May 4 through Friday, May 14, Glenwood Road, between Beech Street and Santus Drive may be reduced to one lane for paving work.  Traffic may be maintained by flaggers or automated signal.  Additionally, at this time, lane restrictions are possible on Curtice Road, east of I-280 in Northwood, and along Main Street in Weston for paving.  Work may be delayed due to weather.  Lane restrictions and short-term road closures are possible in various locations in McComb, Perrysburg Township, for restoration work.  Additionally, miscellaneous areas throughout The District will also be restored.  For detailed locations: https://www.nwwsd.org/district-restoration-projects/

District-Wide: Valve Maintenance *UPDATE*
District valve maintenance work is paused until further notice.  Future valve maintenance work will be announced. 


District-Wide: Bulk Water Station Upgrade Project *UPDATE*
Through May 14, The Lemoyne Road bulk water station is currently operating on a temporary dispensing unit to install a permanent PIN unit.  CLICK HERE for locations and more information regarding the bulk water station upgrade project, or go to nwwsd.org.

Henry Township Trustees Minutes

Official minutes from the April 11, 2021 meeting……

 

HENRY TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES , REGULAR MEETING

April 13, 2021

The regular meeting of the Henry Township Trustees was called to order by Chairman Wymer with the following members responding to roll call:  Present:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Absent:  None.

It was moved by Brumbaugh seconded by Baltz to approve the minutes of the regular meeting of  March 23, 2021 as presented.   Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.

Motion carried.

It was moved by Brumbaugh, seconded by Baltz to approve the Clerk’s Monthly Financial Report for March 2021 as presented.  Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.  Motion carried.

It was moved by Baltz seconded by Brumbaugh that bills be approved for payment and checks issued for expenses totaling $ 17,606.62

Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.  Motion Carried.

 Other Officials and Guests Present:  Chris North – Zoning Inspector, Jim Ward – Shelly Co.

 Old Business

 Opening of Road bids:

Chip/Seal:

                Wards Construction – $78,452.20

                Allied Construction – $94,038.00

                Henry Bergman – $76,527.00

                Unilliance – $92,277.80

Resurfacing:

                The Shelly Co. – $532,381.00

                Gerken Paving – $497,317.05

                Henry Bergman – $536,120.00

No further action pending review of Wood Co. Engineer

New Business

Repairs to Hammansburg are in progress.

Township Road Maintenance crew will be assisting Jackson Township on a road project in the coming weeks.  Jackson Township will then provide assistance on a Henry Twp. project in return.

It was moved by Wymer, seconded by Baltz to approve Fiscal Officer Matt Davis as the authorized officer for Township credit card account with Premier Bank.

Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.  Motion Carried.

It was moved by Baltz, seconded by Brumbaugh to accept Zoning Commission recommendation and re-zone parcel F22-310-3600000025000 from Agricultural to C2 commercial.

Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.  Motion Carried.

There being no further action to come before the Board the meeting was adjourned upon motion.

Matt Davis, Fiscal Officer, Henry Township

Approved Minutes from Henry Township

Minutes from the meeting on 3/23/2021 that were approved at 4/13/2021 meeting….

HENRY TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES,  REGULAR MEETING
March 23, 2021

The regular meeting of the Henry Township Trustees was called to order by Chairman Wymer with the following members responding to roll call:  Present:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Absent:  None.

It was moved by Baltz seconded by Brumbaugh to approve the minutes of the regular meeting of March 9, 2021  as presented.   Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.

Motion carried.

It was moved by Baltz seconded by Brumbaugh that bills be approved for payment and checks issued for expenses totaling:  $  275,061.64   

Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.  Motion Carried.

Other officials/guests present: none

 Old Business

Road bids will be opened at the 4/13/2021 meeting.

New Business

Baltz reported that the repairs to the alley in Hammansburg are almost complete.

An example of a “right-of-way” work permit from Liberty Twp. was presented – the Board will review and determine if this is something Henry Township is interested in adopting.

Zoning Report:

Permits written for Dominique pond, Baumbarer home, American Homes request for re-zoning

Zoning board will be meeting on 4/7/2021 to consider re-zoning of American Homes property

  1. Sisco is coordinating the milling work on Hammansburg with contractors due to the County providing assistance with trucking.

It moved by Baltz, seconded by Wymer to donate $1000 to Buckeye Hook and Ladder for a new Jaws of Life apparatus.  Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.  Motion Carried.

There being no further action to come before the Board the meeting was adjourned upon motion.

Submitted by Fiscal Officer, Matt Davis

The District Enters Water Agreement with North Baltimore

“This contract with The Village of North Baltimore could make that long-term option more viable”, says Jerry Greiner

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio, – The Board of Trustees of The Northwestern Water and Sewer District (The District) and the Village of North Baltimore recently approved an agreement that will allow The District to purchase and distribute water to serve areas in southern Wood County and Northern Hancock County, including the Village of McComb.    

In the spring of 2020, The District completed a study outlining necessary long-term improvements and estimated costs to maintain the McComb Water Treatment plant, as well as several options for replacement of the plant.  One of those options was to secure another source to provide potable water directly to the citizens at a similar cost.  “This contract with The Village of North Baltimore could make that long-term option more viable”, says Jerry Greiner, president of the District.

“The Village of North Baltimore appreciates the opportunity to assist The District in meeting the community water supply needs for McComb and District customers in southern Wood County. This type of cooperation will be a key element in meeting long-term water supply and growth opportunities for this region” said North Baltimore Mayor Janet L. Goldner.

Since 2016, when the Village of McComb joined the District, the village’s water supply has been a priority for The District’s operations department. Many improvements have been made to maintain and improve the water treatment process. The village’s raw water source is a small stream called Rader Creek. Water from this source must be collected and stored throughout the year in reservoirs to serve the community.

The water from Rader Creek includes minerals and other contaminants, including manganese, that are expensive and difficult to manage each year.  “The manganese itself is hard to manage and has received increased attention by Ohio EPA,” says Dan Wickard, District Superintendent, in charge of water and sewer operations.

“We intend to provide the highest quality of water for the citizens at the most economical long-term price,” Greiner said.  “The District has met with McComb Council, now we will soon begin outreach with McComb residents.”

The District will host an informational meeting via Zoom regarding water supply options for McComb, in April.  Details will be announced.

Henry Township Minutes

Minutes Approved for February 23, 2021…..

HENRY TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES,

REGULAR MEETING, February 23, 2021

 

The regular meeting of the Henry Township Trustees was called to order by Chairman Wymer with the following members responding to roll call:  Present:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Absent:  None.

 

It was moved by Baltz seconded by Brumbaugh to approve the minutes of the regular meeting of February 9, 2021  as presented.   Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.

Motion carried.

 

It was moved by Baltz seconded by Brumbaugh that bills be approved for payment and checks issued for expenses totaling:  $  7,923.88   

Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.  Motion Carried.

 

Other officials/guests present: Chris North – Zoning Inspector, Ted Francisco II – Road Supt.

 

Old Business

 

None

 

New Business

 

Wymer reported on a call from a concerned citizen about snow piled at the corner of Hammansburg and Mitchell Roads – road crew addressed the issue.

 

North reported in the following zoning items:

Ernsberger building, Kessler zoning permit for house, American Model Homes wants to re-zone parcel.

 

F.O. gave a status update on JEDD and reported on status of road estimates.

 

It moved by Wymer, seconded by Brumbaugh to approve the 2021 Permanent Appropriations as presented by the Fiscal Officer.  Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.  Motion Carried.

 

 

There being no further action to come before the Board the meeting was adjourned upon motion.

Submitted by Matt Davis, Henry Township Fiscal Officer

Ohio is First in the Site Selection

Ohio hits No. 1 in projects per capita for the second consecutive year.

 

Ohio is First in the Site Selection

Governor’s Cup 2020 Rankings for New Economic Development Projects

Ohio hits No. 1 in projects per capita for the second consecutive year

(COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Site Selection, a leading corporate real estate economic development magazine, today announced that Ohio ranked No. 1 in its Governor’s Cup 2020 state economic and business attraction rankings for bringing more new corporate facility projects per capita than any other state in the nation. Ohio also ranked No. 2 among the nation for total projects overall.

“Ohio continues to attract new corporate facilities and businesses to invest here,” said Ohio Governor Mike DeWine. “In Ohio, we have a strong business community that will work alongside new companies who are looking to invest and utilize our skilled workforce.”

The state stayed at No. 1 for projects per capital based on Site Selection criteria, which measures new business projects with significant impact, including headquarters, manufacturing plants, R&D operations, logistics sites and others. Governor DeWine, Lt. Governor Husted, and JobsOhio, as well as state and local economic development and community partners across the state, were responsible for bringing many of those projects to Ohio. 

“We are number one for a reason, and that reason is we strive to have the best business and workforce friendly environment in the Midwest,” Lt. Governor Jon Husted said. “Even in the midst of a pandemic, businesses knew they could count on Ohio as a great place to invest, now and for the future.”

The Governor’s Cup 2020 rankings also place many of Ohio’s metropolitans and smaller cities and villages at the top of the nation in attracting new businesses and investments. Cincinnati, Cleveland-Elyria, and Columbus placed in the Top 10 of projects per capita with populations over 1 million.

Toledo tied as No. 1 for total projects among areas with populations between 200,000 and 1 million. Additionally, Dayton-Kettering ranked as No. 5 and Akron tied for No. 10 in the same category.

“Ohio’s number one ranking for the second consecutive year and the lofty standing of many of our communities speak to the value proposition of this state,” said J.P. Nauseef, JobsOhio president and CEO. “Thanks to outstanding leadership, close collaboration and creativity at the state, regional and local level, Ohio once again stood out as a top destination where both businesses and families can succeed and grow.”

The state’s smaller markets are also drawing big business opportunities, as Ohio’s micropolitan—defined as one or more adjacent counties that contain an urban core with 10,000 to 50,000 people—earned 25 spots in the Top 100 Micropolitans. Site Selection named Findlay the No. 1 overall micropolitan for the seventh year in a row, with Tiffin, Fremont and Wooster placing in the Top 10 list of top project-producing micropolitan.

Site Selection has awarded the Governor’s Cup annually since 1988, based on new and expanded corporate facilities as tracked by the proprietary Conway Projects Database. Site Selection’s yearly analyses are regarded by corporate real estate analysts as “the industry scoreboard.”

To see a full list of the Site Selection honorees, visit SiteSelection.com.