Quite positive, IMO. They need to successfully get past another process stage and then sign a JV with K-Tech. Who knows how long that will take but, at least, they didn't give any more deadline/s that they could miss like the 4/15 one. :-)
Forgot to mention the obvious - 1,032,000 traded on Friday - maybe some good news this week as this stock really needs it.
Maybe next week - coming around to the feeling that the JV won't come off as we're now a Month past the advertised 4/15 deadline for the JV. Time will tell.
Reading today's PR, I didn't realize that McCloskey was a bigshot in Fair Oaks. Speaking of Fair Oaks, the Chicago Farmers Asso. in which my wife is a member, will be touring FO in July and Joe Aherns will be the tour guide and I will ask him about BION. Maybe by that time 724 will be passed and there'll be some real news to talk about.
I was surprised that no "opposition" showed up to testify - were you?
Anyway, I hope all this bodes well for passage of something in favor of BION's technology. Seems like it should but it's never done till it's done.
Have you given any thought to forwarding selected things from BION's WEB site to that inquisitive legislator who really didn't get substantive answers to some of his questions re "credits?"
"Good stuff"? - kind of.
As the speakers rambled on, I hung on only to hear what Kreider had to say and he was a COMPLETE disappointment. There was almost nothing of substance from him and I would have thought that having the tech on his property for years he would have said lots of things about what it was like before and after BION came on the scene - NOTHING! Did you people have any idea what he was going to say and what he could possibly have said?
And then there's old Ed - really didn't like his attempted joke about the Clintons (I intensely DISlike those people) but there was no reason for that in his presentation, IMO. Would somebody remind the man that it's SB724 and NOT SB774 which he said 5 out of 6 times during his rambling.
I did like the dairy association man and his impassioned plea for the bill's passage.
I thought the questions from the one legislator to the dairy guy and the Exec. Director who spoke after the dairy guy were right-on and it was interesting to hear the Exec. Dir squirm from the question re who beneifts the most from the bill's passage.
That's enough for now.
lies the Susquehanna River which is the major water source for the Chesapeake Watershed and here's a non-Bion-related problem showing up probably from some unknown pollution source:
Could this be a calm before the storm?
It's done that a lot lately but today was just too much of a drop to recover all of it. Maybe tomorrow or the next day or....
Another environmental fiasco that's already cost billions and is still on square one is the PA situation re the Chesapeake Watershed. It's up for another round in the PA legislature but you all know how politics work or doesn't work.