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Floormen Chris Boulet (left) and Alfanso Blanco attach a collar to the pipe during a tipping out operation on the derrick deck at the Chesapeake Energy NOMAC drilling rig #245 in Carroll County. Chesapeak is drilling into the Utica Shale formation at depths of six to eight thousand feet below the ground. (Paul Tople/Akron Beacon Journal file photo)
T.J, Scott said he felt like the proverbial “kid in the candy store” Friday morning as this year’s Cleveland Auto Show prepared to open to the public.
The 66-year-old Brunswick Hills resident arrived at the I-X Center for a news conference involving a union-manufacturing-environmental group alliance. He’s vice president of Steelworkers Local 979, which represents about 2,000 hourly workers at steelmaker ArcelorMittal in Cleveland.