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Strange and dangerous things happen every day, some representing bold and risky breakthroughs. On October 24, 2014, Alan Eustace, senior vice president of knowledge at Google, a respected engineer and leader, made waves by jumping from the stratosphere, breaking the world record previously set by Felix Baumgartner in 2012. Wearing a specially designed spacesuit, Alan ascended in a balloon to a height of more than 25 miles and then jumped into space, reaching a peak speed of 833 mph (greater than the speed of sound) as he plummeted toward Earth.
Parkinson said that Google was most recently approved for MEGA tax relief in 2008, when the company filed an application stating that it had 224 employees in Michigan. The company also filed an application for 2009, but the state is still processing that application, which is cross referenced with tax documents before being approved. Presence.
Though a park is still the top of possible uses for the land on Muddy Branch Road, other needs must be considered, said City Councilman Michael A. Sesma. With the site central location, the city needs to flexible, he said whether it be a park, the recently delayed aquatic center or home to a new facility for the city Department of Public Works, which has a ability to expand at its location on Rabbit Road..