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HARRISBURG United States Attorney David J. Freed for the Middle District of Pennsylvania, Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Richard E. Zuckerman of the Justice Department’s Tax Division, and Acting Assistant Attorney General Jeffrey H. Wood of the Justice Department’s Environment and Natural Resources Division announce that two owners of a Pennsylvania biofuel company were charged in a superseding indictment today with conspiring to defraud the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and aiding and assisting in the preparation of a fraudulent fuel tax credit refund claim.

According to the superseding indictment, Ben Wootton, age 52, of Pennsylvania, and Race Miner, age 48, of Colorado owned and operated Keystone Biofuels Inc., located in Shiremanstown, Pennsylvania, and later in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania. Wootton, serving as President, and Miner,
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serving as Chief Executive Officer, are alleged to have participated in a conspiracy to defraud the IRS by, among other things, fraudulently claiming tax refunds based on the Biodiesel Mixture Credit a federal excise tax credit for persons or businesses who mix biodiesel with diesel fuel and use or sell the mixture as a fuel. Biodiesel is a type of renewable fuel that meets a set of specific requirements.

According to the superseding indictment, the Biodiesel Mixture Credit was available only on fuel meeting those requirements that the claimant had mixed with diesel fuel. Wootton and Miner allegedly caused Keystone to fraudulently seek tax refunds from the IRS by claiming the credit based on non qualifying and, in at least some instances, non existent or non mixed fuel. The indictment further alleges that Wootton and Miner created false books and records and supporting documents to account for the nonexistent fuel; engaged in a series of sham financial transactions to give the false books and records the appearance of legitimacy; and sought to obstruct an ongoing IRS investigation by providing false documentation to an IRS Special Agent.

These charges are in addition to those previously lodged against Wootton and Miner. In a May 2017 indictment, both men, along with Keystone Biofuels Inc., were charged with conspiring to make false statements to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and making false statements to the EPA.

If convicted, Wootton and Miner face a statutory maximum sentence of five years in prison for conspiracy and three years in prison for aiding and assisting in the filing a false refund claim. They also face a period of supervised release, restitution, and monetary penalties.
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MacLaren Youth Correctional Facility has been a part of the Woodburn area community for nearly 90 years. And, in the spirit of being a good neighbor, we want to tell you about OYA 10 Year Strategic Plan for Facilities and how it will affect the MacLaren campus.

Those of you who are familiar with OYA know that its mission is to protect the public and reduce crime by holding youth offenders accountable and providing opportunities for reformation in safe environments. As you can imagine, our understanding of how to improve outcomes for youth and achieve those goals has increased a lot since MacLaren opened in 1926 as the Oregon Reform School.

OYA is making great strides in developing a culture at MacLaren, and its other facilities and field offices, that supports positive youth development and safer communities. At MacLaren, however, OYA is hindered by aging buildings that were designed for a different era when juvenile facilities were modeled after adult correctional institutions. It time to take what we know about best practices in juvenile justice facility design and apply that information to OYA. That knowledge is incorporated into the 10 Year Plan, which OYA developed at the Legislature request.

The 10 Year Plan examined the 10 close custody facilities OYA operates across the state. The two largest MacLaren in Woodburn and Hillcrest in Salem are operating well below capacity and have significant deferred maintenance needs. The 10 Year Plan addresses these issues by merging the two facilities at MacLaren location, which doubles the size of the current youth population and staff at MacLaren. This plan is practical,
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efficient and will save taxpayers funds.

If the plan is approved by the Legislature, OYA would renovate and refurbish the buildings on MacLaren campus to hold the approximately 250 youth who would live there and the approximately 300 staff who would work there, to expand educational and vocational opportunities, and to provide treatment services in appropriate and supportive settings. The fence line and property line will stay the same, but the buildings inside the fence would be upgraded and improved.

The renovated campus would provide:

Adequate space for group and individual treatment sessions;

A larger number of private rooms and fewer dormitory settings to give youth needed privacy and places where they can go to regain emotional control;Higher ceilings, more natural light and refurbished living areas;

Improved recreation space to promote physical and emotional well being.

We are pleased that this plan will enable OYA to continue its commitment to the Woodburn area and will ensure MacLaren remains your neighbor. We thank the Woodburn community for all of the support you offer MacLaren, from mentoring youth at OYA and volunteering in other ways to serving the local business needs of OYA staff. Your support helps make a meaningful difference in the lives of youths,
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LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) After two years of planning, Walt’s Pub and Grill is opening to the public on Tuesday in West Lafayette. Construction crews first broke ground on the new restaurant back in January.

The ribbon cutting ceremony for Walt’s Pub and Grill starts Tuesday morning at 11 o’clock. The restaurant is located near the Yeager and Kalberer intersection in West Lafayette.

The vision for the space was to make sure it did not look the same throughout. Creating a good ambiance, while having affordable prices was very important during this project.

The city hopes this causes more sit down restaurants to pop up here on the north side of town. West Lafayette Mayor John Dennis says the community has expressed an interest in having more dining options.

“Build it and they will come,” said Dennis. “We honestly believe that this is the first of many of these types of developments on the north end of West Lafayette, maybe not specifically in the research park,
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but on the north end of West Lafayette.”

Builder and owner David Hood said, “We’re not believing that competition of more restaurants coming or that type of activity coming necessarily competes with us. We’re more believers that activity breeds activity.”

Owner Walt Foster’s words of wisdom to future nearby restaurant owners is to be involved in the community.

“There’s a lot of chain restaurants and we don’t want to be a chain,” said Foster. “We want to go ahead and be an independent operator, owner and make sure that we are involved in the community and we plan to be involved in the community as much as we can like we are in Lafayette.”

This is the second Walt’s Pub and Grill to open in Greater Lafayette. Foster said you won’t see this style of restaurant in the state of Indiana.

“With Walt’s, this is actually the first horse out of the block to go ahead and bring a quality restaurant to the north end of West Lafayette,” Dennis said.
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Khalil Nasrallah doesn return calls, at least not lately.

Nasrallah owns Ralph Place, which claims to be the last stripper bar in Halifax. And that only temporary, because during the recent Christmas and New Year holiday period, he let it be known that Ralph Place would be closing by the end of next week.

The details behind the decision have been left unexplained, as have what the Nasrallahs plan to do with the bar location, which coincidentally is in a small strip mall off Main Street in Dartmouth.

Ralph Nasrallah, Khalil father, owns the strip mall at 132 Main St., which could even be redeveloped as a seven storey building according to the development rules established for the Main Street area.

It isn much of a stretch, however, to figure out that Ralph Place, like any other business, would be shutting its doors because the owner believes he could make more of a return if he invested his money doing something else.

Although the father, Ralph, did answer my phone call a couple of times over the last few days, the conversation wasn any more enlightening about what is going on behind the scenes, as Ralph refused to talk and instead designated Khalil to speak about the future of the bar.

A 2014 feature in the alternative publication, The Coast, indicated Ralph Place was founded in the late 1980s but wasn always a strip club. Initially it was a music bar, which was eventually converted to acountry and western bar, but the doors eventually closed on those establishments because they didn make money.

The councillor admitted he hasn spoken to the owner of the bar so he doesn know the reason for the closing, but Mancini said it is unfortunate because it appears as if some people will be losing jobs.

Graziella Grbac, executive director of the Main Street Community Improvement District, commonly referred to as the Village on Main, said in a phone interview Thursday the city has been supporting the redevelopment of Main Street by making it a special zone since 2013.

All the zoning has been put in place, waiting for developers to come up with a plan for their properties in the Main Street area, Grbac said.

Because all the new zoning is in place and designed for accelerated growth, she said, a building permit could be obtained within a matter of months and properties could be redeveloped within a year much faster than any other area in the city.

The strip mall where Ralph is located, for example, could be redeveloped into a seven storey building, she said.

Existing properties and businesses in the Main Street district have been grandfathered, so they are exempt from the new zoning rules, Grbac said. That makes it possible another strip club could take over the Ralph location and continue on with the business if nothing is done to change the property, such as expansion or tearing it down to rebuild.

Although she isn opposed to Ralph business, Grbac said the new zoning rules are also designed to transform the area and therefore won allow for adult entertainment, pawn shops or even storage to populate the area.

step towards change, like Ralph leaving,is a step towards the

possibility for the transformation that we undergoing, she said.

Grbac said she heard an unconfirmed rumour that there was already an application in with the city for the development of a gas station and a convenience store on the site of the strip mall. But it may be difficult to do that because the new zoning rules prevent a gas station from going in that location unless the gas pumps are not visible from the street.
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By Becky Graham bio email TwitterOWENSBORO, KY Hundreds turned out to voice their opinion on new plans for Owensboro downtown redevelopment.”It an unprecedented opportunity, a huge opportunity for this community to have 17 to 20 acres along the riverfront right next to downtown,” Rodney Berry with We the People said.That why city officials believe any future development on the old Executive Inn property should reflect it citizens, and Saturday, Owensboro residents were given a voice.”I think it really shows a democratic process,” Rosemary Conder with Riverwalk Properties said. “It really impressive.”Rosemary and about 130 other citizens were presented with four development themes: public assembly, residential, community recreation, and a combination of all three.Then, participants discussed possible projects in each category.”It was exciting to see their plan, but then also see how we could enhance it and emphasize the community,” Rosemary said.Each table voted, and the scores were tallied.At the end of the four hour open forum, the results revealed residents desire to see a mixture of the three themes on the 17 acres.These projects were the most popular among the participants:1. Farmers market2. Integrated bikeways and walking paths4. A mix of restaurants5. Outdoor events centerMayor Ron Payne said he pleased by the results, and now has a clear vision for the property, but the city first priority is working on the downtown redevelopment project.”We have the other things that are being constructed so we don need to be in a hurry to do this,” Payne said. “That gives us the opportunity to do it right, as I said.”The mayor said the property will be used in the meantime as green space and host next years barbecue festival.The final results from Saturday workshop are expected to be available on Monday.2009 WFIE. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.Heavy snow causes concerns for some driversHeavy snow causes concerns for some driversUpdated: Sunday, March 11 2018 11:41 PM EDT2018 03 12 03:41:17 GMTWFIEHeavy snows across the tristate made roads slick Sunday night. Indiana State Police officials say they were called to many reports of slide offs and minor accidents after heavy snows pounded the tristate.
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LO: Well that’s a lot of green for green energy. How exactly did you arrive at that cost?

BCH: Happy to report we went to the same team that came up with the $1.5 billion estimate for the Port Mann bridge. They were so close to the mark with that $3.6 billion project we had to go back to them again.

BCH: Not really, still in a state of flux. We keep revising our demand forecasts, then the project’s cost. It goes on and on. The plans are out of date almost as fast as we finish them.

LO: OK. Do you have any customers that have signed up to buy the electricity?

LO: Hmm. Any ideas who you might sell it to?

BCH: Ideas we’re not short of. Promises, promises. But California might buy some now, Alberta too. Then there’s data centres and server farms.

LO: I thought I read that Site C was going to flood farmland?

BCH: Different kind of farm sir. Let me tell you, with all the phantom customers we’ve identified, it would be really embarrassing if one of those LNG plants did come to fruition because we might not have enough capacity to supply power to it. Funny, no?

LO: Not really. Tell me about California. If memory serves you had a spot of trouble down there already.

BCH: Well, yes, but that was because of the spot price of electricity. After lobbyists, lawyers and $750 million, it’s all behind us now.

LO: So California needs the power?

BCH: No, not at all. They have a glut. or New York.

LO: Even if you have to sell it at a loss?

BCH: We like to think of it more as a loss leader to upsell vacations at Whistler. We’re calling it: “Buy the power, come for the powder.”

LO: Let’s talk Alberta. Didn’t I read something in the press recently about some newfangled energy auction they had?

BCH: You did. They signed contracts for 600 MW of capacity.

BCH: Not that it’s germane to our discussion, but $37/MWh.

LO: What do you forecast the cost of generation at Site C will be again?

BCH: The last time we pulled those numbers when the project was still coming in ‘on budget’ at $8.8 billion about $95/MWh.

LO: So you’re ready to sell to Alberta at a loss too.

BCH: Well, at least until one of those LNG plants materializes.

LO: What were LNG producers going to pay?

BCH: Roughly $55/MWh, but they were also going to create 100,000 new jobs and fund a $100 billion Fantasy Fund I mean Prosperity a Prosperity Fund. With that kind of money we could build eight, maybe nine Site Cs.

LO: Perhaps we should look at some broader numbers? What’s the long term trend for electricity consumption look like?
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Adam Clarke and Andrew Kensall, from regional accountancy firm Larking Gowen, have been appointed joint administratores of Jacks Famous Supplies (Camping) Ltd, which operates the store in St Nicholas Street.

The store, which has a workforce of nine full time staff, will continue trade as normal while a buyer for the business is sought.

Jacks has been operating from the same location in St Nicholas Street since 1946 and for the last 35 years has been managed by David Williams, a director of the company.

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“Having met with David Williams it was decided that placing the company into administration would provide the company with breathing space whilst it continues to trade and a purchaser for the business is sought.”

Mr Williams expressed thanks to Jacks customers for their loyalty over many years.

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