|5:17:49 PM - Mon, Aug 29th 2011
|A little more research on the companies the Aloe brothers own or are part of:
The agreement falls under Pennsylvania's right to know law and at very bottom is a copy of the redevelopment plan. There are three major subdivisions of the property but the whole things looks lofty and time consuming. Mostly the subdivision seems to break down what will be used for certain projects and what is set aside as easement to access the site. L Robert Kimball and Associates, Inc., project number 09-1300-0243 wrote up the divisions but it is all in survey speak and Greek to me. Maybe someone else can guess what it means. There was some lofty backing of this sale too, if you search the L Robert Kimball and Associates, Inc project number State Senator Pippy, who headed the redevelopment and reuse project committee and published the actions on Mayviews property on his site, appears to have help push legislation to sell the site through.
History of aloe's companies
Quality Aggregates of Pennsylvania is a very weird company to research. It appears they specialize in rock aggregate for use in construction, road ways and water restoration projects, but their business pages only direct you to Aquascapes, a subsidiary of quality aggregates. Aquascapes works with a number of agencies on restoration of waterways, marshes, and the like, but there is not much real information on their parent companies business
Shenango is a subsidiary of DTE energy that specialized in the production of furnace coke, coke breeze, coal tar, light oil, and ammonium sulfate.
Imperial coal is another odd shell of a shell looking company. They ran several historic bituminous coal mines in PA and West Virginia. It was also known as the Imperial Smokeless Coal Co. and Imperial Coal and Construction Co. Prior to 1919 it was Diamond Smokeless Coal Company. Beyond some general history and legal issues from the 1920-1960’s and 70’s there is little on the company. Historical sites associated with their mining do have a website listed above, but little information.
Imperial Coal Company, Imperial PA
See- Beach Cliff Mine, Allegheny Co., PA
Bower Hill Mine, Allegheny Co., PA
Dickson Mine, Imperial, Allegheny Co., PA
Montours Mine (Imperial Mine), Allegheny Co., PA
Edited On 6:14:23 PM - Mon, Aug 29th 2011 by Evilavatar