Staff Photo by Randall Higgins/Chattanooga Times Free Press Two versions of a groundbreaking took place Tuesday for the Cleveland/Bradley Energy Center, which will house "green'' related business start-ups. The center will be part of the Cleveland/Bradley Business Incubator located at Cleveland State Community College. The first groundbreaking was a radio-controlled shovel operated by Alan Gentry of Cleveland State. Then there was the traditional groundbreaking with local and state community leaders. From left, Incubator Executive Director Hurley Buff, Gentry and Dr. Carl Hite, Cleveland State president.
published Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011