Day: October 3, 2020

Developer proposes housing plan for Highland Heights’ Maypine Farm site

HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, Ohio — A developer and onetime Highland Heights resident presented to City Council Tuesday (Sept. 22) a plan to build as many as 44 homes on the Maypine Farms property.

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Russell Berzin, now a Gates Mills resident who heads Franklyn Development Co., said he is interested in building on lots that would measure from 14,000-18,000 square feet homes that would sell in the range of $450,000-$500,00, with some perhaps costing $600,000. The proposed lot sizes are less than the three-quarters of an acre the city requires in that zoning area, meaning voters would have to approve of the change. The farm is zoned for single-family homes.

Mayor Chuck Brunello, Jr. who attended the City Council Committee-of-the-Whole meeting at which Berzin presented, said that the developer has not yet taken formal steps to proceed with the housing plan. “He’s getting the temperature of council right now,” Brunello

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Ocean Insight names Dr. Michael Edwards as new president

Largo, FL, USA — Ocean Insight, the Applied Spectral Knowledge company, has named Dr. Michael Edwards as its new president. Edwards joined the company in July 2020.

Edwards will be responsible for leading the delivery of Ocean Insight’s mission to apply spectral knowledge, and for supporting customers across academia and industry in developing spectroscopy-based solutions that address major challenges to create a healthier, safer, cleaner future.

“Michael Edwards brings to Ocean Insight his strong experience in leading and growing technology-based companies,” said Tim Prestidge, Divisional Chief Executive at Halma plc, the parent company of Ocean Insight. “Michael has a passion for leadership, team-building and talent development, with experience in biotechnology and other application areas of interest to Ocean Insight customers.”

Two decades of experience

Dr. Edwards has more than two decades of experience in corporate leadership at major science and technology businesses, including Thermo Fisher Scientific, Sigma-Aldrich and Heraeus Materials

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Lepow Z1 (2020) portable monitor review: Gaming, productivity, and more on the go

Lepow 2020 Portable MonitorSource: Windows Central

Windows Central Recommended Award

Portable monitors are growing in popularity, particularly as more and more of us are switching to a work-from-home lifestyle. Beyond that, mobility, in general, is growing. The power on our smartphones is reaching beyond budget-priced laptops, albeit without the screen real estate needed to be truly productive.

We also have services like Microsoft’s Project xCloud on Xbox Game Pass expanding to Android, again, without the screen space to get fully immersed, especially in games with gameplay designed for TVs.

Say hi to the Lepow Z1 portable monitor, a versatile solution that works with consoles, PCs, smartphone desktop solutions like Samsung DeX, and more.

For those on the go



Lepow Z1 (2020) portable monitor

$200

Bottom line: The Lepow Z1 portable monitor is a bright and convenient portable monitor for those who want to take their productivity on the road.

Pros:

  • Great for Samsung DeX and Project xCloud
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