Thursday, April 11, 2013
A Lancaster man is back behind bars.
Ramon Antonio Beachy, 28, who has listed addresses in Gap and Lancaster city, walked into the lobby of Lancaster County Prison at 9:30 p.m. Monday and turned himself in, state police Trooper David Boehm said.
Originally Published Apr 10, 2013 10:49
By RYAN ROBINSON
Posted by Watchman at 9:59 AM
Mayor Jim Staff, Chamber of Commerce Director Sheryl Vickery and chamber president Ellis Beachy attended Monday's ground-breaking at Brookley Field in Mobile Richard Maxwell, president of the Atmore Industrial Development Board, said Airbus, at least for now, will have parts produced overseas and shipped to the plant for assembly. He added that it will take a few years before suppliers move into the area. But Atmore officials have made sure they are known in the Airbus process. Mayor Jim Staff, Chamber of Commerce Director Sheryl Vickery and chamber president Ellis Beachy attended Monday’s ground-breaking at Brookley Field in Mobile.
Beachy, also owner of Escofab in Atmore, a metal fabrication and machining facility, said he does expect the plant to have an impact.
“If it doesn’t affect existing business, it will bring in new business,” he said. “There will be an opportunity for companies to supply through the building process and through the manufacturing as well.” Click here for article in the Atmore Advance, AL
Posted by Watchman at 9:32 AM