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American Power Group Designates Jim Harger as a New Board Member LYNNFIELD, MA–(Marketwired-Jul 12, 2016)- American Power Group Corporation (OTCQB: APGI)announced that James Harger, Senior Advisor to the CEO of Clean Energy Fuels Corp (NASDAQ: CLNE )has signed up with the Business’s Board of Directors reliable July 11, 2016. Mr. Harger changes Jamie Weston as one of Arrow, LLC’s 2 Board designees. Mr. Harger, 58, is presently Senior Consultant to the CEO of Clean Energy and acted as Chief Marketing Officer of Clean Energy from 2009 to 2014. He was the second worker of Pickens Fuel Corp.( the predecessor to Clean Energy)when he joined the business in 1997; handled and developed the business’s airport, solid waste, transit and truck markets; and later on helped in Clean Energy’s effective IPO which raised $120 million in 2007. In his current role, Mr. Harger is accountable for collaborating with shippers, for-hire carriers and personal fleets in their transition to adopting natural gas trucks in their supply chains and operations. A few of his most notable clients consist of Anheuser-Busch, Dillon Transport, Lowes, MillerCoors, Owens Corning, Procter & Gamble, Raven Transportation, Ruan Transport, Saddle Creek and UPS. He has been involved in the gas business for over Thirty Years, most of which has been devoted to marketing Natural Gas Cars and structure fueling stations. Jim earned a BS in Civil Engineering from UCLA and an MBA from Pepperdine University. Mr. Harger specified,”I am excited to join the APG Board and growing the business’s market share in the sturdy truck market. APG’s dual fuel item is a much required offering for high horsepower applications given their needs can not be met by other gas engines accredited by either the California Air Resources Board(CARBOHYDRATE)or Environmental Protection Agency(EPA ).” Maury Needham, American Power Group’s Chairman of the Board of Directors, stated,”We are extremely happy that Jim has consented to join our Board of Directors. As one of the recogniz … See all stories on this topic Seneca County board to think about solid-waste plan Some clouds this evening will pave the way to generally clear skies over night. Low 69F. Winds S at 5 to 10 miles per hour. WATERLOO– The Seneca County Board of Supervisors will consider taking the primary step toward advancement of
a 10-year solid waste management strategy

, a plan that is mandated by the state. Tuesday, the board will consider a movement directing County Manager John Sheppard to prepare and provide a Demand for Propositions from qualified engineering firms to develop the strong waste prepare for the county. The town of Seneca Falls is the home of the state’s biggest land fill, the privately owned Seneca Meadows Land fill. – BONADENT STRUCTURE: A movement to authorize the purchase of the former BonaDent building to the east of the County Office complex at an expense not to surpass$3.2 million to house yet-to-be-determined county functions. The very same resolution also authorizes the sale of the existing Public and Mental Health building at 31 Thurber Drive and directs that a Facilities Master Plan be established to figure out how finest to locate county departments in the BonaDent structure and the County Office Building. The movement guides that$2.5 million gotten from the del Lago Resort & Casino and $1 million received from the state to partially compensate the county for property taxes not paid by the Cayuga Indian Country approach the purchase price. Plans call for the county to lease some of the space in the BonaDent building to balance out energy and upkeep costs. A day care center likewise is planned for the building, sponsored by del Lago. – TREASURER’S STIPEND: The board will be asked to consider a motion offering County Treasurer Nick Sciotti a$1,000 regular monthly stipend, beginning Aug. 1, in addition to his current salary, for handling added tasks related to the training, personnel and shift management for a brand-new county Financing Department. Sciotti plans to retire this fall, with 3 of the department’s 4 other workers likewise retirement eligible. – FLEET MANAGEMENT: … See all stories on this topic

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