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  • Governor attends open house at National Guard Youth Challenge Academy
  • Questions over Bypass funding
  • Honda announces management change

 

Governor attends open house at National Guard Youth Challenge Academy 

Governor Bob Riley and Alabama National Guard Adjutant General Mark Bowen were on hand Tuesday afternoon to welcome the first class of Cadets at the Alabama National Guard Youth Challenge Academy at McClellan.  The program is designed for high school dropouts, and is a 22 week camp where they learn skills and earn their GED.  But the key emphasis is discipline and physical fitness.  The academy has 36 cadets, which is a far cry from the over 100 that arrived at the Academy in January.  The majority of them left after a fight broke out in January in the Academy’s cafeteria, and six cadets were arrested over the weekend after another fight broke out.  General Bowen said that the program has had some growing pains but it will succeed.  Riley said he feels that the program has proven to be successful around the country and it is something needed in Alabama.  The governor emphasized to cadets Tuesday afternoon that the future of the program hinges on the success of this first class.
 

 

Questions over Bypass funding 

Where to get funding to complete the eastern bypass thru McClellan has local officials looking for ways to complete the project.  Up until now the project had been funded with federal highway funds, however congressman Mike Rogers has said no more federal money will be available for the project.  Several elected officials have been kicking around the idea of raising the sales tax to pay for the project, which would require legislative approval.  State Rep. Randy Wood said the legislative delegation has not been approached, but he does not feel raising taxes is an option.  Officials say that completion of the eastern parkway is crutial to the future development of McClellan.  Governor Riley, at McClellan Tuesday, said that it’s the most important road project in the region.   

 

Honda announces management change 

Japanese automaker Honda announced yesterday that Hiroshi Sasamoto will become the new head of its Alabama operations as part of a global management shuffle. 50-year-old Sasamoto will replace Takashi Yamamoto as president
and C-E-O of Honda Manufacturing of Alabama L-L-C. Sasamoto is currently the vehicle assembly division manager at
Honda's Lincoln plant. The plant employs 45-hundred people and makes Pilot S-U-Vs and Odyssey minivans. He started working for Honda in 1981 as a design engineer. He joined Honda Manufacturing of Alabama in 2006 after serving as director of Honda Engineering Company.  Yamamoto, who has been at the Lincoln plant since April 2005, will become general manager of the company's Saitama Factory in Saitama, Japan.  The moves are effective April First.
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