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As COVID-19 numbers continue to rise throughout the state and in Eastern Iowa, the city of Marion announced additional measures to help curb the spread.
On Friday, the city announced that all programming hosted by Marion Parks and Recreation and the Marion Public Library is canceled for the next two weeks according to a Friday news release. Programming for December will be evaluated at the end of this month, the release said.
Last week, the Marion library closed its temporary Uptown location until Nov. 21 to help curb virus spread.
All city facilities remain closed to the public for walk-ins and the mask advisory that was issued in October remains in effect.
Additionally, all facility rentals at the Thomas Park Safe Room and Lowe Park have been canceled through the rest of November.
Changes have also been made to the building inspection and rental inspection processes for the city, according
October 22, 2020A large new industrial facility in the desert south of Boise could pop up soon. And it appears the tenant — is Amazon.
It would give the nation’s largest retailer another large warehouse-type facility in the greater Boise area, and add infrastructure for the delivery of packages purchased on the online e-commerce site.
The Boyer Company of Salt Lake City applied to build a 278,493 square foot “sortation” building on a large piece of land in the Boise Gateway industrial park at 2155 E. Freight St. That park sits on ground owned by the City of Boise, which the Boyer Company leases for development. It’s a partnership BoiseDev first reported last year. The park sits right next to the Winco Foods distribution center.
Permit filings with the City of Boise go to great lengths not to mention the tenant for the building. However, the documents are marked
Leveraging the LoRaWAN® protocol, Cisco’s new industrial IoT solution delivers a clear picture on how assets are performing using their telemetry and geolocation data
Semtech Corporation (Nasdaq: SMTC), a leading supplier of high performance analog and mixed-signal semiconductors and advanced algorithms, today announced that the LoRaWAN® protocol, developed and managed by the LoRa Alliance, is providing new applications of IoT connectivity for new smart industrial control operations. Utilizing the protocol for its IoT connectivity, Cisco developed new IoT sensor solutions to enhance visibility into physical spaces for IT and Operational Technology (OT) environments.
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Cisco leverages LoRaWAN in its solution (Photo: Business Wire)
Cisco Industrial Asset Vision is a simple and secure solution for remote asset management, equipped with a new, Cloud-based dashboard to better monitor and manage the condition of assets and facilities. The all-in-one solution deploys in minutes
Investments of up to USD $120M will build and scale manufacturing and operations
Eat Just, Inc., a company that applies cutting-edge science and technology to create healthier, more sustainable foods, today announced a partnership with a consortium led by Proterra Investment Partners Asia Pte. Ltd. (“Proterra Asia”), an investment management firm focused on the food and agribusiness sectors, to meet demand for the award-winning, plant-based JUST Egg in Asia.
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Singapore facility to generate thousands of metric tons of mung bean protein, the key ingredient in JUST Egg (Photo: Business Wire)
The consortium will invest up to USD $100 million and Eat Just will invest up to USD $20 million to build and operate their first-in-Asia, and largest, plant protein production facility in Singapore, a country leading Asia’s transition to a healthier, more sustainable food system. The resulting Eat Just