Ex-tenant’s $16,000 cash bag held with remainder of stuff in storage: Pepper Pike Police Blotter

PEPPER PIKE, Ohio

Follow-up investigation, property found: Addison Court

After a new resident moved into an apartment at The Luxe on August 5th $ 16,000 found In the main closet, the police handed the money over to the row house owners, who left it in a safe place with other personal belongings.

Since documents were also found in the closet indicating that it was roughly the amount of money The Luxe was still owed, management will wait to see if the former renter returns to claim it. If not, it goes to the owners.

Property Found: Shaker Boulevard and Pepper Creek Drive

After a passing driver reported seeing a laptop on the side of the road around 10 a.m. on August 11, police put the Lenovo computer in an evidence box for safekeeping.

Although it apparently found no rain damage, police said it looked very worn and they couldn’t get it to turn on. If there are no claimants at the police station, the laptop will likely be destroyed.

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International Media & Leisure Storage Market Is Anticipated to Attain $17.87 Billion by 2027: Says AMR

Growing popularity of 4K UHD content, increasing demand for the creation, distribution and conversion of video content, increasing shift from traditional to digital advertising channels, rapid advances in areas such as workflow collaboration, artistic creativity and new distribution models in the media and entertainment industries and the rising Media and entertainment storage demand due to COVID-19 pandemic is driving growth in global media and entertainment storage market.

Portland, OR, June 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – According to the report released by Allied Market Research, the global Media and entertainment storage market was set at $ 6.63 billion in 2019 and is valued at $ 17.87 billion by 2027, recording a CAGR of 13.7 percent from 2020 to 2027. The report offers an in-depth analysis of the top investment pockets, top winning strategies, drivers, and opportunities. Market size and estimates, the competitive landscape, and changing market trends.

Growing popularity of 4K UHD content, increasing demand for the creation, distribution and conversion of video content, increasing shift from traditional to digital advertising channels, rapid advances in areas such as workflow collaboration, artistic creativity and new distribution models in the media and entertainment industries and the rising Media and entertainment storage demand due to COVID-19 pandemic is driving growth in global media and entertainment storage market. On the other hand, the high cost of media and entertainment storage solutions is somewhat inhibiting growth. However, it is expected that the increasing demand for storage requirements will open up several possibilities in the near future.

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  • The worldwide broadcast adapts to the interruptions in the entire content supply chain.

  • On the other hand, however, the majority of the population worldwide are arrested in their homes in order to comply with the quarantine orders. This, in turn, has led to a sharp increase in the demand for streaming services and DVR recording, which has a positive impact on the global media and entertainment storage market. This drift is likely to continue after the pandemic.

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The global media and entertainment storage market is analyzed by component, storage solution, deployment type, storage medium, end user and region. By components, the solutions segment contributed more than three-fifths of the global media and entertainment storage market share in 2019 and is expected to be the leader by 2027. The service segment, on the other hand, would have the fastest CAGR of 15.5% in the forecast period.

Based on storage solutions, the direct-attach storage segment generated more than two-fifths of global media and entertainment storage market sales in 2019 and is expected to remain dominant through the end of 2027. Network-attached storage segment would have fastest CAGR of 16.9% recorded throughout the forecast period.

In terms of the region, North America had the highest share in 2019 and generated around two-fifths of the global market for media and entertainment storage. At the same time, the Asia Pacific market would report the fastest CAGR of 18.4% from 2020 to 2027. The other provinces discussed in the report include Europe and LAMEA.

Leading market players analyzed in the global Media and Entertainment Storage Market report include Cisco Systems, Western Digital, Dell EMC, IBM, Microsoft, NetApp, Oracle, Seagate Technology, Toshiba, and Amazon Web Services. These market participants have pursued various strategies including partnership, expansion, collaboration, joint ventures, and others to strengthen their status in the industry.

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Sandia Labs creates software program exhibiting how a lot cash could be saved utilizing vitality storage

ALBUQUERQUE, NM (KRQE) – Sandia National Laboratories released a new software application that can help companies find out how much they can save by adding an energy storage system. The application called search, can also provide various scenarios and model the potential of solutions.

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In a press release, Sandia explains that renewable energy sources like solar panels and wind turbines do not produce electricity continuously. Energy storage systems such as lithium-ion battery-based designs and pumped storage hydropower can increase the stability and reliability of the power grid.

Quest has two tools, an enterprise and civil infrastructure analysis tool, and a market analysis tool that utility companies can use to assess how much revenue an energy storage system would generate. Sandia electrical engineer Tu Nguyen explains that the analysis tool can help companies or city project managers estimate how much money an energy storage system will save when combined with solar panels or additional power generators.

A consumer can enter their location and tariff structure that they are paying for, and they can also enter the type of renewable electricity system they have or want to install. Nguyen states in the press release that during certain times when demand is high, electricity providers typically charge more per kilowatt hour.

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By reducing electricity consumption during these times, the energy storage system saves customers electricity costs. Sandia reports that the market analysis tool was developed to help small utility companies understand how much revenue an energy storage system would generate by providing services to improve grid stability. The tool reportedly contains data for seven energy markets in North America.

Sandia also offers webinars and tutorials to help new software users understand how the software runs.

Maryville planning approves rezoning for fuel storage, leisure venue | Information

The Maryville Planning Commission on Monday approved the rededication of two companies looking to expand within the city limits and open a store, as well as the site plans for a new restaurant on West Lamar Alexander Parkway.

The commissioners unanimously approved a motion from Blossman Gas and Appliance, which already has a location on US Highway 411, to convert the property at 938 Celtic Road from commercial to industrial.

The company plans to set up several storage tanks in the region and required both a change in the future land use map and a district switch from high-intensity retail to industrial.

Commissioners unanimously voted to grant the company both reallocations, although Commissioner Fred Metz noted that this would make the property different from anything else: most of the land in this area is currently divided into commercial zones.

The city’s land development manager Michael Brusseau noted that city planners may later reassess the zoning of the area as an Atmos Energy natural gas pipeline runs through the area and may not be suitable for commercial projects.

A representative from Blossman told commissioners that there were no plans to construct a storage-only structure on the site – which is in a cul-de-sac and not near other buildings.

The Commission’s notes stated that another company was storing gas tanks in the countryside about 20 years ago. There are currently other natural gas plants in the region.

The commissioners also unanimously agreed to the abandonment of an alley between Ellis Avenue and High Street and the repurposing of packages for a project involving the building on Ellis Ave. 496 could be demolished.

Developer James Ryan made the request, and Lawler Wood’s Barry Brooke responded to commissioners’ questions about why the destruction was necessary. The old building is a 17,850 square foot warehouse that was built in 1940.

The property was renamed from the office transition district to the business corridor district on Washington Street on Monday, in part to regulate the appearance of Maryville buildings that tourists can see in the mountains, according to commission notes.

Developers say they plan to build a similar structure on the property because the current building is not safe enough for remodeling. “We are currently planning to rebuild the existing character of the building,” Ryan told the commissioners.

Brooke added it was a place for entertainment, including dining, bowling, simulated golf, and other activities. There will be two levels for indoor and outdoor dining, he said.

“It’s sad to see these old buildings being demolished,” said Keri Prigmore, Chair of the Planning Commission, adding a laugh. “But when you say ‘entertainment venue’ it means I don’t have to go to Knoxville.”

Commissioners also approved a site map for the Lim Dynasty Asian Cafe Express behind the Dollar General on 2025 Bridgeway Drive.

Commissioner Danmonth – also owner of LeConte Realty – abstained and Brusseau stated that it was because he was involved in the project.

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