IEEFA Welcomes New Board Members and Program Manager

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享The Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis has added two new board members to its governing body in 2018, as well as a new program manager in its headquarters office in Cleveland.“We are very fortunate to have Mark Colón and Chris Meyer join the IEEFA board of directors,” said board chair Larry Shapiro.  “Both Mark and Chris bring a wealth of knowledge on the energy and finance issues that are core to our work and are experienced in non-profit management.” Mark Colón is the president of the Office of Housing Preservation at New York State Homes and Community Renewal, where he has also served as deputy counsel. He has practiced international law and chairs the board of El Puente of Williamsburg.  Chris Meyer is the chief of staff of 100 Resilient Cities, pioneered by the Rockefeller Foundation. He previously served as vice president and senior advisor for Consumer Reports and as executive director and senior attorney of the New York Public Interest Research Group.Shapiro added, “we’re also very pleased to welcome Kate Sopko to our growing IEEFA team as our new program manager.  Kate comes to us having worked in project management, communications and development for several leading Cleveland area non-profits, including Policy Matters Ohio, City Repair Cleveland and SPACES art gallery.” IEEFA Welcomes New Board Members and Program Managerlast_img read more

Four Charged After Meth Lab Bust

first_imgGREENSBURG – Four people are facing charges after a meth raid at a home on the 400 block of Lincoln Street Thursday morning.Four law enforcement agencies worked together to search the home finding a one-pot meth laboratory and drug paraphernalia, according to the Greensburg Daily News. 23-year-old Kevin Kilgore, Greensburg, was arrested and charged with allegedly manufacturing meth, a Level 4 Felony. The newspaper reported that he was found in a crawl space next to the home’s foundation during the raid.33-year-old Misty Carroll, a resident of the home, was arrested on suspicion of manufacturing meth and maintaining a common nuisance, a Level 5 Felony.Police arrested two additional people on misdemeanor charges for visiting a common nuisance.The Department of Child Services removed a 17-year-old living in the home and when taken to the hospital, the girl tested positive for the presence of methamphetamine, the newspaper reported.The search was part of a joint investigation between Greensburg Police, Decatur County Sheriff’s Department, Westport Marshal’s Office and Indiana State Police.Detectives say the meth lab is a health and safety danger as chemicals used could spark a fire.last_img read more