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CES provides answers to questions in the community ahead of public meeting

This news story was published on November 12, 2011.
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CES CEO Joe Yavorski presents to the Landfill of North Iowa Board.

CES CEO Joe Yavorski presents to the Landfill of North Iowa Board.

MASON CITY – Creative Energy Systems’ (CES) CEO Joe Yavorski has provided a list of questions and answers to the community regarding its proposed waste to energy plant that would be located on Mason City’s south side.

The information has been provided in advance of Wednesday’s “Open Question Public Meeting,” which will be held at 7:00pm in the Mason City Room at the Mason City Public Library. The public is invited to ask questions at that forum, and CES will be giving another presentation. Yavorski says the purpose of the “briefing” is to “provide answers to the public from questions asked at the Mason City council meeting and other meetings.”

There are many interesting questions and answers in the question and answer portfolio Yavorski provided.

One topic addresses speculation that has been raised as to Yavorski’s relationship with other companies, notably “CoVant” and “A-T Solutions.”

“CES has NO relationship to either of these (CoVant or A-T Solutions) companies,” answer in the packet says. Right below that, the answer elaborates and says that “Joe Yavorski happens to work at A-T Solutions and is also the CEO of CES.”

The portfolio also addresses why CES is incorporated in Nevada, a point brought up by current at-large city councilman Max Weaver at an October city council meeting. He also asked who “SK Barua” is and his true role in the company.

The Nevada Secretary of State lists the President, Secretary, Treasurer and Director of CES as all the same person, “SK Barua.”

The portfolio doesn’t address “SK Barua” at all.

Yavorski once again says that CES will hire locally and “we plan to offer medical, dental, vision, STD/LTD, 401K, continuing education and vacation days” to their employees. Yavorski also says that the ability to subcontract to LNI (Landfill of North Iowa) for the use of their resources “reduces our hiring estimate from 58 to 53 but allows LNI employees to be retained on LNI payroll.”

The full list of the questions and answers CES has provided can be found at this link.

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