PYCOPioneer Youth Corps of Oregon (Springfield, OR)
PYCOPittsburgh Youth Chamber Orchestra (Pennsylvania)
PYCOPortuguese Youth Cultural Organization
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PYCO (formerly Plains Cooperative Oil Mill) is a cottonseed processing facility located in Lubbock, Texas, since 1936.
Drawings from WDY Structural and Civil Engineers show that Northeast 75th Avenue, which currently ends at Northeast Roselawn Street, would be extended south through the Pyco property and connect with Northeast Alberta Street as part of the development.
The applicant is Paul Del Vecchio of Ethos Development LLC, and the owner is Pyco LLC.
"Cottonseed oil has always been a premium oil in the food market, and manufacturers prefer it over other oils because of its neutral flavor and extended fry life," says Ronnie Gilbert, vice president of oil trading and packaged oil for PYCO Industries.
Briefly without a home, PYCO approached Fern Ridge and found it willing to sponsor the school and lease the old Central Elementary School building.
The applicant is Lee Leighton of Mackenzie, and the owner is Pyco LLC.<br /> A pre-application conference is sought for a proposed seven-story mixed-use apartment complex with six levels of apartments over retail and building amenity space at 1431 N.
Formerly known as the Pioneer Youth Corps Military Academy (PYCO), the school began as an after-school program for struggling students, and in 1997 expanded to a full-day, highly structured, private alternative program focused on leadership, discipline, teamwork and responsibility.
PYCO officials dismissed Clemens from his volunteer role and his board seat when the allegations surfaced, Lay said.
After three troubled years operating under the sponsorship of the Eugene School District, the public charter school known as PYCO had gotten the boot, its charter yanked in a 4-2 vote by a fed-up school board.