Northeast Inspection Consultants

Northeast Inspection Consultants 16 Salem Ave, Suite 1 Carbondale, PA 18407 (570) 280-2111 john@neic.us http://www.neic.us John Marino and Ken Marino’s vast understanding of the construction industry has led them to where they are today as owners of Northeast Inspection Consultants (NEIC). Not only are they business partners, they are also brothers who have stuck together their whole lives. Their familial bond coupled with their business model of safety, teamwork, and excellent craftsmanship has led to a thriving business. (read more)

  • Northeast Inspection Consultants
  • DEP extends alternative fuel vehicle rebate program until Dec. 31
  • DEP to host Aug. 18 public hearing at DelVal High School on proposed changes to natural gas compressor station in Milford
  • NEPA Alliance Procurement Technical Assistance Center launches new website: ptac.nepa-alliance.org
  • Leadership Lackawanna now accepting proposals for service projects; deadline to submit is Aug. 22
  • Railfest 2014 grand marshal will be Donna Hagen; Railfest takes place Aug. 30 and 31
  • Annual Brodhead Creek Ramble at ForEvergreen Nature Preserve in Analomink set for Saturday, Aug. 10


 

Northeast Inspection Consultants

Northeast Inspection Consultants 16 Salem Ave, Suite 1 Carbondale, PA 18407 (570) 280-2111 john@neic.us http://www.neic.us John Marino and Ken Marino’s vast understanding of the construction industry has led them to where they are today as owners of North

 
Energy

DEP extends alternative fuel vehicle rebate program until Dec. 31

The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) on July 24 announced the extension of the Alternative Fuel Vehicle Rebate program, which will continue to provide $2,000 rebates for 500 additional large-battery system plug-in hybrid electric and battery-e

DEP to host Aug. 18 public hearing at DelVal High School on proposed changes to natural gas compressor station in Milford

The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) will hold a public hearing on Monday, Aug.18, to discuss the Air Quality Plan Approval application submitted by Columbia Gas Transmission, LLC to modify their existing natural gas compressor station in Milf

 
Economy

Sanofi Pasteur community fund-raisers raise more than $2 million, positively impacting thousands of lives in northeast Pennsylvania

At the 11th annual Pocono Mountains Community Fundraiser on July 24, Sanofi Pasteur executives revealed more than $2 million has been raised through its ongoing signature fund-raising programs. These programs benefit critical Pennsylvania community nonpro

 
Op-Ed

Community invited to review MetroAction’s annual report detailing start-up, small business loan programs

Dear Editor: MetroAction, the small business development affiliate of The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce and northeastern Pennsylvania’s leading micro lender, is pleased to announce to the community that our 2013-2014 Annual Report is now available

Is it really an emergency? Know when to go — and when not to go — to the Emergency Room

By Q. Thomas Novinger, M.D., MBA Many of us have been in a situation where an accident or injury around the house - cutting a finger while preparing dinner or falling from a stepladder while cleaning or hanging decorations — leads to the question “should

Quality pre-K education reaps long-term economic benefits; to help, join Pre-K for PA campaign or Early Learning PA campaign

The Business Journal’s June 23 op-ed, It’s time for NEPA to rally around quality early childhood education, made a strong case for why the region’s business community should rally around stronger investments in pre-kindergarten and other high-quality earl

Ease off on coal . . . but slowly

A few years back the Business Journal ran a story about a local wind-energy company. After it ran, I got a call from a very nice man who wanted to tell me a few things about wind power. He had received a little windfall (should the pun be intended?) from

Confluence Art: A new kind of natural beauty on the trail

By Natalie Gelb The Lackawanna River Heritage Trail (LRHT) is a linear, interpretive path, not only connecting communities, but also it is the spine of the Lackawanna Greenway. In addition to its uses for health, fitness, recreation, socialization, enjoym

Lean learning opportunities Tobyhanna Army Depot hosts wolrd-class experts

By Howard Grossman Have you heard about the lean learning opportunities that exist for a host of entities, including the private sector, public sector and nonprofit sector? An example of this was held in 2013 at Tobyhanna Army Depot and repeated recently

Opinion: Setting direction of Greater Wilkes-Barre Chamber

By Wico van Genderen I am excited, honored and humbled to begin my role as chief executive officer of the Greater Wilkes-Barre Chamber of Business and Industry. At the same time, I clearly recognize the issues and challenges we face as a business communit

Keystone Research Center: Single most important cause of drop in income of low-wage workers is decline in purchasing power of current minimum wage

Public support for an increase in the state minimum wage is building across Pennsylvania. In May in communities across the state, Pennsylvanians participated in rallies for an increase. On June 3, low-wage workers and a coalition of labor, religious, comm

Guest Op-Ed: It’s time for NEPA to rally around quality early childhood education

Northeast Pennsylvania is famous for its work ethic and its can-do spirit. By combining forces, we can accomplish anything. We believe strongly that productive, engaged and educated individuals are the building blocks of a strong community, but today, too

Guest Op-Ed: Our energy economy: Powering all communities

By Fred Keller In Pennsylvania the signs of our energy economy and bright energy future are constantly apparent. These signs might be literal, reading “help wanted,” or visible via new equipment on our farms, new manufactures moving into the state, or evi

Guest Op-Ed The real question about the budget

By Dr. G. Terry Madonna and Dr. Michael Young People are asking lots of good questions lately about Pennsylvania’s proposed 2014/2015 budget. But few are raising what may be the most urgent question of all: why are state revenues down this year--more than

PMC’s Bartonsville Healthcare Center outpatient vascular lab receives national recognition

The Bartonsville Healthcare Center’s Outpatient Vascular Lab under the direction of Drs. Eric Wilson and David Meir-Levi has been awarded the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission’s ICAVL accreditation for Carotid, Peripheral Arterial, and Peripheral Ven

 
Management/Human Resources

Blue Ribbon Foundation announces access to care, healthy families grants; funding helps nine nonprofits serve more than 2,000 individuals

Mammogram screenings for un/underinsured women, cardiovascular disease education for older adults, and an adaptive exercise program for adults with disabilities are among the areas of need being addressed by grants recently awarded by The Blue Ribbon Foun

 
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