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									Market Overview of the Mobile Bay Area                                   IEDC Tables

               Table   Description                                             Page
Overview
                0.1    Recent Performance                                              2
                0.2    Regional Map                                                    4
                0.3    Mobile Bay Map                                                  5
Demographics
                1.0    Central Gulf Coast Region & Mobile Bay Area                     6
                1.1    Mobile Bay Area                                                 8
                1.2    Mobile County                                                  10
                1.3    Baldwin County                                                 12
Labor Force
                2.1    Labor Market Overview                                          16
                2.2    Payroll Details                                                17
                2.3    Group Occupation                                               18
                2.4    Commuting Patterns                                             19
                2.5    Workforce Education                                            20
Industry Mix
                3.1    Largest Non-Manufacturers                                      21
                3.2    Largest Manufacturers                                          22
                3.3    Selected Foreign-Owned Companies                               23
Industry Trends
                4.1    New & Expanding Companies                                      24
                4.2    Mass Layoffs                                                   26
                 5     Military & Defense Employment                                  27
Intellectual Capital
                 6     Research & Development Centers                                 28
                7.0    Higher Education Overview, Mobile Bay                          29
                7.1    Mobile Bay Area Universities (Map)                             30
                7.2    State 4-Year Public Universities                               31
                7.3    Enrollment, University of South Alabama (USA)                  32
                7.4    Degrees Awarded, University of South Alabama (USA)             33
                8.1    Community & Technical Colleges                                 35
                8.2    Program Inventory, Technical Colleges                          36
                 9     Research Programs in Polymers & Advanced                       37
                         Composite Materials                                           1
Labor Costs
                10     Covered Wages & Employment by Industry                         39
               11.1    Selected Occupational Wages, Pathfinders Survey                40
               11.2    Occupational Wages, State Labor Dept. Survey                   42
                12     Workers Compensation & UI                                      43
                13     Labor - Management Relations                                   44
Infrastructure, Taxes, & General Information
                14     Transportation                                                 45
                15     Taxes                                                          48
                16     Commercial Real Estate Survey                                  51
                17     Utilities                                                      52
                18     Environment                                                    54
                19     Government                                                     55
                20     Quality of Life & Public Schools                               56




                                            Economic Development Department
                                            Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce
                                                      (251) 431-8655
Recent Performance
Demographics:
   • The Mobile Bay Area’s strong economy and its favorable quality of life is
       attracting workers across the Southeast as well as middle-income evacuees
       from Katrina affected areas.
            – Mobile County attracted 2,600 new residents in 2006
            – Mobile Bay attracted 8,400 new residents in 2006
            – Mobile Bay attracted as many movers as did much larger areas such as
                 Minneapolis, Birmingham, Kansas City, and Miami
            – Personal income growth continues to exceed state and national averages

Business expansion:
    • Since 2003, Mobile County's Economic Development efforts have attracted
             – More than 8,200 high-paying permanent jobs
             – $5.0 billion in capital investment (including large foreign investments)

    •   Attracted the new ThyssenKrupp steel mill (operations begin in 2010)
              – 2,700 high paying permanent jobs and
              – $3.7 billion in capital investment.
              – 29,000 construction jobs over 3 years.
              – Suppliers and steel users will locate in Mobile

    •   Relocation of International Shipholding Headquarters from Louisiana
             – 135 headquarters jobs in new RSA Tower

    •   Selected by EADS/Northrop Grumman as site for assembling KC-30 refueling jet

    •   New Airbus Research & Development Center
            – 150 Engineering Jobs and New Center for Excellence

    •   Expansion of Austal Commercial and Defense Vessels
            – $80 million capital investment and major contracts for Hawaiian ferries (see photo)
            – 950 positions and ongoing hiring
            – Average salary is $43,000

    •   New $300 million container terminal under construction.
              –   Expansion will make Mobile the 16th largest container port in US/Canada.
              –   Port already has $3 billion statewide economic impact.

    •   Carnival cruise lines makes Mobile a home port for cruises to the Caribbean.
    •   New RSA Tower, tallest skyscraper in Alabama

Growing Knowledge Industries:
    • Mitchell Cancer Institute
            – Invested in a $125 million facility (construction is underway) .
            – Attracted leading cancer researchers.
            – Aspires to achieve National Cancer Institute Comprehensive
                Cancer Center designation within the next decade.

         •   USA Technology Park
                 – 35 acres near University campus that attracts and retains knowledge
                     workers. Phase 1 is complete.

Recent business survey:
         • Technology & Information sectors will add 6,000 jobs
                   – Xante Printers, Televox Software & Communications, CPSI Clinical




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                                   Recent Performance Indicators
                                   (Thousands unless otherwise noted)

                                                 Mobile Bay Area                                 Mobile County
                                        2003        2004      2005       2006            2003       2004      2005       2006


Gross Domestic Product (Bil. Constant$, SAAR) 1/                                         11.6       11.8       12.3          12.7
  % change                                                                                1.2        1.4        4.0           3.2

Population                              550.6      555.8     562.6      573.3           398.9      398.9      399.9      404.2
  % change                                          0.95      1.21       1.91           -0.06       0.01       0.23       1.08
  US Population % change                0.93        0.98      0.98       0.98

Net Migration                             2.1        8.9        7.2         --            -1.8       -1.5       -0.7          2.3

Labor Market
Unemployment Rate (%)                     5.8        5.5        4.1       3.4             6.5        5.9        4.3           3.7

Labor Force                             251.9      252.0     256.4      265.1           181.3      177.7      179.8      184.7
  % change                                0.4        0.0       1.8        3.4            -0.8       -2.0        1.2        2.7

Establishment Employment (SA)           223.7      225.5     233.6      240.8           170.8      170.3      175.6      179.8
  % change                                  --       0.8       3.6        3.1            -2.5       -0.3        3.1        2.4

  Manufacturing                                                                          15.3       14.5       14.4          15.1
  % change                                                                              -10.4       -5.4       -0.7           4.8

Housing Market
Residential Permits (# of units)         5.6         7.1       8.9        8.5             1.7        2.4        2.2           2.8
  % change year to year                 42.4        27.2      24.8       -4.9            -2.5       40.7       -7.9          27.2

        Single-family                     4.6        5.2       6.0        5.1             1.7        1.7        1.9           2.3
        Multifamily                       1.0        1.9       2.9        3.4             0.0        0.6        0.3           0.5

Existing Single-Family Home Sales       15.3        18.6      21.6       21.9             8.2        9.6       10.7          12.2
  % change                              12.6        21.1      16.2        1.3             3.3       16.6       11.2          13.7

Home Price Index (Index 1980Q1 = 100)       --         --        --         --          139.4      143.2      151.7      175.5
  % change                                                                                4.1        2.8        5.9       15.7

Median Existing Home Sales Price, ($)       --         --        --         --          109.4      114.5      128.5      137.0
  % change                                                                                5.6        4.6       12.2        6.7

Consumers
Personal Income (Mil. $)                 13.3       14.2      15.3          --            9.2        9.6       10.2          11.1
  % change                                2.5        6.9       7.7                        2.2        5.0        6.4           8.0

Personal Bankruptcies                     5.9        5.9       6.2        2.1             4.6        4.7        4.6        2.8
  % change                                4.3       -1.3       6.1      -66.0             2.6        1.7       -0.8      -39.5

Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA), Bureau of Labor & Statistics (BLS), Census
1/ Estimate (Moody's Economy.com)
   Note: Regional statistics published at http://www.bea.gov/bea/regional/reis/

AL State Data Analyzer             http://www2.dir.state.al.us/vlmi/analyzer/saintro.asp?cat=INC&session=ind202&time=&geo=
AL Employment Survey               http://www2.dir.state.al.us/CEW/2005_Annual/
Location Quotients                 http://data.bls.gov/LOCATION_QUOTIENT/servlet/lqc.ControllerServlet




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Mobile Bay, Gateway to the Southeast

Figure 1            Central Gulf Coast Workforce Area (16 counties)

                                                           Nashville
                                                                                                  Raleigh
                                               Memphis
                                                                                     Charlotte
                                 Little Rock
                                                                                    Columbia
           Dallas                           Birmingham                   Atlanta
                                                                                          Charleston
                                            Jackson         Montgomery
                                                                                    Savannah
                                                                Dothan

                                                                                   Jacksonville
                              New Orleans       Mobile Bay
                                               WorkForce Area
                    Houston

                                               Mobile Bay                          Orlando
                                                                   Tampa

                         Interstate Highway
                         Central Gulf Coast Workforce Area
                                                                                        Miami




Figure 2            Mobile Bay Area 1/




                                                           1/ Mobile County & Baldwin County




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Mobile Bay, Gateway to the Southeast

Figure 3                Central Gulf Coast Workforce Area




                 Gulfport




                        Mobile Bay
                                     Pensacola
                       New Orleans




Figure 4                Mobile Bay Area



                                                    Baldwin County
       Mobile County




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Table 1.1                                                     Demographics Summary, Overview
                                                              (Thousands unless otherwise noted)


                                                 Central Gulf Coast 1/                               Mobile Bay Area

                                         1990         2000        2006     2011P             1990       2000     2006    2011P
Population Overview
Total Population                        1,287        1,476        1,519     1,610             477        540      573      584
Population Density (Pop/Sq Mi)            90.5        103.8        108.6     112.4           164.0      185.8    194.2    200.9
Total Households                          468          554          576       594             174        206      214      221

Net Migration
Number of movers                          -573        1,103                                  1,001      1,280    8,357

Population by Age 2/
School Age, 0-19 years old                400          433         426       425              148        160      157      157
20-34 years old                           306          298         311       328              109        105      112      117
35-54 years old                           317          426         430       419              118        155      156      152
55-74 years old                           204          239         286       325               77         89      104      119
75+ years old                              60           80          92       102               24         31       36       39

Median Age of
 Total Population                         32.1         35.3        36.8      37.4             32.6       35.7     36.9     37.5

Households by Income
Total Households                          468          554         576       594              174        206      214      221
Average Hhld Income                        30           46          51        55               31         47       52       57
Median Hhld Income                         24           35          40        44               24         36       40       44
Per Capita Income                          11           17          20        21               11         18       20       22

$0 - $34,999                              322          274         253       246              119        101       94       92
$35,000 - $49,999                          74           98          96        91               27         35       34       32
$50,000 - $74,999                          50          101         112       114               19         37       41       42
$75,000 or more                            21           82         116       144                9         32       45       55

Workforce Educational Attainment
Age 25+ Population                        794          943        1,004     1,061             296        346      368      386
 Grade K - 8                               84           49           42        34              31         17       11        6
 Grade 9 - 12                             141          141          123       108              55         54       47       40
 High School Graduate                     247          292          313       331              95        108      118      123
 Some College, No Degree                  151          214          220       225              53         75       74       73
 Associates Degree                         48           63           81        95              14         19       20       20
 Bachelor's Degree                         82          113          138       159              31         45       62       76
 Graduate Degree                           41           61           87       110              16         24       37       48
 No Schooling Completed                                  9                                                 4

Source: Census; 2011 Projections: Experian/Applied Geographic Solutions; AL Dept of Industrial Relations
1/ Central Gulf Coast Workforce area includes 16-counties
AL: Baldwin, Clarke, Conecuh, Escambia, Mobile, Monroe, & Washington; FL: Escambia & Santa Rosa; MS; George,
Greene, Harrison, Jackson, Perry, Stone, & Wayne
2/ The U.S. Census Bureau no longer produces estimates of population for single year age cohorts
at the county level. The county data ends in 1999



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Table 1.1 (concluded)                                         Demographics Summary, Overview
                                                              (Thousands unless otherwise noted)


                                                Central Gulf Coast                                          Mobile Bay Area

                                         1990         2000          2006       2011P                1990       2000     2006    2011P
Population by Gender:
Male                                     625           724          761          790                 227       260       273     283
Female                                   663           751          783          809                 250       280       292     302

Population by Race/Ethnicity
White                                    960         1,066         1,111        1,147                339       375       392     406
Black                                    299           347           371          390                131       148       154     158
American Indian/AK Native                  9            12            10            9                  3         3         4       4
Asian or Pacific Islander                 15            22            22           24                  4         6         7       7
Some Other Race                            3             9             9           11                  1         2         2       3
Two or More Races                        -              20            20           18                -           6         6       5

Hispanic Ethnicity                        15            28            35           40                  4         7         9      11
Not Hispanic or Latino                 1,272         1,448         1,509        1,559                473       533       555     573
Employment and Business
Age 16 + Population                      971         1,134         1,235        1,289                358       412       442     460
 In Labor Force                          594           681           725          757                217       245       262     272
   Employed                              522           612           659          687                198       228       245     254
   Unemployed                             46            44            39           41                 18        16        16      16
   In Armed Forces                        26            25            28           29                  1         1         1       1
 Not In Labor Force                      377           453           482          503                141       167       179     187
Number of Establishments                                             59.0                                                23.3
Housing Units
Total Housing Units                      535           632          699          752                 202       239       267     290
 Owner Occupied                          326           399          408          414                 121       147       152     156
 Renter Occupied                         142           155          168          179                  53        58        62      65
 Vacant                                   67            78          122          159                  28        34        53      69
Vehicles Available
Average Vehicles Per Hhld                 1.7           1.5          1.9          2.1                 1.7       1.5       1.9     2.1
 0 Vehicles Available                     44            41           28           21                  18        16         8       5
 1 Vehicle Available                     159           191          186          182                  58        70        71      70
 2+ Vehicles Available                   297           322          363          390                 109       119       135     146
Marital Status
Age 15+ Population                       990         1,156         1,230        1,281                365       421       448     467
 Married, Spouse Present                 558           598           646          679                203       222       240     252
 Married, Spouse Absent                   25            60            62           63                  9        19        20      20
 Divorced                                 93           133           140          146                 34        46        49      51
 Widowed                                  77            82            86           88                 30        31        32      33
 Never Married                           238           283           296          305                 89       103       107     110

Source: Census; 2011 Projections: Experian/Applied Geographic Solutions; AL Dept of Industrial Relations




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Table 1.2                            Demographics, Mobile Bay Area (Baldwin & Mobile Counties)
                                     (Thousands unless otherwise noted)


                                              1990                  2000                 2006                2011P
Population Overview
Total Population                             477                  540                  573                   584
Population Density (Pop/Sq Mi)             164.0                185.8                194.2                 200.9
Total Households                             174                  206                  214                   221
Net Migration
Number of movers                           1,001                1,280                8,356

Population by Age 1/
School Age, 0-19 years old                   148       31%        160       30%        157       28%
20-34 years old                              109       23%        105       19%        112       20%
35-54 years old                              118       25%        155       29%        156       28%
55-74 years old                               77       16%         89       16%        104       18%
75+ years old                                 24        5%         31        6%         36        6%

Median Age:
 Total Population                           32.6                 35.7                  36.9

Households by Income
Total Households                             174                  206                   214
Average Hhld Income $ (1,000s)              30.6                 47.1                  52.2
Median Hhld Income $ (1,000s)               23.6                 35.7                  40.1
Per Capita Income $ (1,000s)                11.3                 17.9                  20.2

$0 - $34,999                                 119       68%        101       49%         94       44%
$35,000 - $49,999                             27       15%         35       17%         34       16%
$50,000 - $74,999                             19       11%         37       18%         41       19%
$75,000 or more                                9        5%         32       16%         45       21%

Workforce Educational Attainment
Age 25+ Population                           296                  346                  368
 Grade K - 8                                  31       11%         17        5%         11        3%
 Grade 9 - 12                                 55       19%         54       16%         47       13%
 High School Graduate                         95       32%        108       31%        118       32%
 Some College, No Degree                      53       18%         75       22%         74       20%
 Associates Degree                            14        5%         19        5%         20        5%
 Bachelor's Degree                            31       11%         45       13%         62       17%
 Graduate Degree                              16        5%         24        7%         37       10%
 No Schooling Completed                                             4        1%

Source: Census; 2011 Projections: Experian/Applied Geographic Solutions; AL Dept of Industrial Relations
1/ The U.S. Census Bureau no longer produces estimates of population for single year age cohorts
at the county level. The county data ends in 1999
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Table 1.2 (concluded)                Demographics, Mobile Bay Area (Baldwin & Mobile Counties)
                                     (Thousands unless otherwise noted)


                                              1990                  2000                 2006              2011P
Population by Gender:
Male                                         227       48%        260       48%        273       48%
Female                                       250       52%        280       52%        292       52%

Population by Race/Ethnicity
White                                        339       71%        375       69%        392       69%
Black                                        131       27%        148       27%        154       27%
Native American                                3        1%          3        1%          4        1%
Asian or Pacific Islander                      4        1%          6        1%          7        1%
Some Other Race                                1        0%          2        0%          2        0%
Two or More Races                                                   6        1%          6        1%

Hispanic Ethnicity                             4        1%          7        1%          9        2%
Not Hispanic or Latino                       473       99%        533       99%        555       98%
Employment and Business
Age 16 + Population                          358                  412                  442
 In Labor Force                              217       61%        245       60%        262       59%
   Employed                                  198       91%        228       93%        245       94%
   Unemployed                                 18        8%         16        7%         16        6%
   In Armed Forces                             1        0%          1        1%          1        0%
 Not In Labor Force                          141       39%        167       40%        179       40%
Number of Establishments                                                                23
Housing Units
Total Housing Units                          202                  239                  267
 Owner Occupied                              121       60%        147       62%        152       57%
 Renter Occupied                              53       26%         58       24%         62       23%
 Vacant                                       28       14%         34       14%         53       20%

Vehicles Available
Average Vehicles Per Hhld                    1.7                  1.5                  1.9
 0 Vehicles Available                         18       10%         16        8%          8        4%
 1 Vehicle Available                          58       32%         70       34%         71       33%
 2+ Vehicles Available                       109       59%        119       58%        135       63%

Source: Census; 2011 Projections: Experian/Applied Geographic Solutions; AL Dept of Industrial Relations




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Table 1.3                            Demographics, Mobile County
                                     (Thousands unless otherwise noted)


                                              1990                  2000                 2006              2011P
Population Overview
Total Population                             379                  400                  404                 408
Population Density (Pop/Sq Mi)             301.8                318.7
Total Households                             137                  150                  150                 152
Net Migration
Number of movers                            -892               -1,459                2,333

Population by Age 1/
School Age, 0-19 years old                   120       32%        122       31%        116       29%
20-34 years old                               89       24%         81       20%         81       20%
35-54 years old                               93       25%        114       28%        110       28%
55-74 years old                               58       15%         61       15%         70       17%
75+ years old                                 18        5%         22        5%         23        6%

Median Age:
 Total Population                           31.9                 34.4                  35.7

Households by Income
Total Households                             137                  150                   150
Average Hhld Income $ (1,000s)              30.2                 45.3                  49.9
Median Hhld Income $ (1,000s)               23.0                 33.8                  38.0
Per Capita Income $ (1,000s)                11.1                 17.0                  19.2

$0 - $34,999                                  95       69%         77       52%         70       46%
$35,000 - $49,999                             21       15%         25       17%         23       15%
$50,000 - $74,999                             15       11%         26       17%         28       19%
$75,000 or more                                7        5%         22       14%         29       19%

Workforce Educational Attainment
Age 25+ Population                           231                  250                  256
 Grade K - 8                                  25       11%         14        5%          8        3%
 Grade 9 - 12                                 44       19%         41       17%         33       13%
 High School Graduate                         75       32%         80       32%         86       34%
 Some College, No Degree                      40       17%         52       21%         48       19%
 Associates Degree                            11        5%         13        5%         11        4%
 Bachelor's Degree                            24       10%         30       12%         44       17%
 Graduate Degree                              12        5%         16        6%         26       10%
 No Schooling Completed                                             3        1%

Source: Census; 2011 Projections: Experian/Applied Geographic Solutions; AL Dept of Industrial Relations
1/ The U.S. Census Bureau no longer produces estimates of population for single year age cohorts
at the county level. The county data ends in 1999
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Table 1.3 (concluded)                Demographics, Mobile County
                                     (Thousands unless otherwise noted)


                                              1990                  2000                 2006              2011P
Population by Gender:
Male                                         180       47%        191       48%        192       48%
Female                                       199       53%        209       52%        209       52%

Population by Race/Ethnicity
White                                        255       67%        252       63%        250       62%
Black                                        118       31%        133       33%        136       34%
Native American                                2        1%          3        1%          3        1%
Asian or Pacific Islander                      3        1%          6        1%          6        2%
Some Other Race                                1        0%          2        0%          2        0%
Two or More Races                                                   4        1%          4        1%

Hispanic Ethnicity                             3        1%          5        1%          5        1%
Not Hispanic or Latino                       375       99%        395       99%        395       99%
Employment and Business
Age 16 + Population                          282                  302                  309
 In Labor Force                              171       61%        180       59%        182       59%
   Employed                                  155       90%        165       92%        170       93%
   Unemployed                                 15        9%         14        8%         12        6%
   In Armed Forces                             1        0%          1        1%          1        0%
 Not In Labor Force                          111       39%        123       41%        125       41%
Number of Establishments                                                                16
Housing Units
Total Housing Units                          151                  165                  177
 Owner Occupied                               92       61%        103       63%        102       58%
 Renter Occupied                              45       30%         47       28%         48       27%
 Vacant                                       14        9%         15        9%         26       15%

Vehicles Available
Average Vehicles Per Hhld                    1.7                   1.6                  1.9
 0 Vehicles Available                         15       11%          13       9%           6       4%
 1 Vehicle Available                          47       32%          53      35%          51      34%
 2+ Vehicles Available                        84       57%          84      56%          93      62%

Source: Census; 2011 Projections: Experian/Applied Geographic Solutions; AL Dept of Industrial Relations




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Table 1.4                            Demographics, Baldwin County
                                     (Thousands unless otherwise noted)

                                             1990                 2000                 2006                  2011P
Population Overview
Total Population                            98                  140                  165                     176
Population Density (Pop/Sq Mi)              59                   85                  100                   111.3
Total Households                            37                   55                   64                      70
Net Migration
Number of movers                         1,893                2,739                6,023

Population by Age 1/
School Age, 0-19 years old                  28       29%         38       27%         41       25%
20-34 years old                             20       20%         24       17%         31       19%
35-54 years old                             25       25%         42       30%         46       28%
55-74 years old                             19       19%         28       20%         34       20%
75+ years old                                6        6%          9        7%         13        8%

Median Age:
Total Population                            36                   39                   40

Households by Income
Total Households                          37.0                 55.3                  63.7
Average Hhld Income $ (1,000s)            32.2                 52.1                  57.5
Median Hhld Income $ (1,000s)             25.7                 40.3                  44.7
Per Capita Income $ (1,000s)              12.2                 20.5                  22.7

$0 - $34,999                                24       65%         24       43%         24       38%
$35,000 - $49,999                            6       17%         10       19%         11       17%
$50,000 - $74,999                            5       12%         11       20%         13       20%
$75,000 or more                              2        6%         10       19%         16       24%

Workforce Educational Attainment
Age 25+ Population                          64                   96                  113
 Grade K - 8                                 6       10%          4        4%          3        3%
 Grade 9 - 12                               11       17%         13       14%         13       12%
 High School Graduate                       20       32%         28       30%         32       29%
 Some College, No Degree                    13       20%         22       23%         26       23%
 Associates Degree                           3        5%          6        6%          9        8%
 Bachelor's Degree                           7       11%         14       15%         18       16%
 Graduate Degree                             4        6%          8        8%         10        9%
 No Schooling Completed                                           1        1%

Source: Census; 2011 Projections: Experian/Applied Geographic Solutions; AL Dept of Industrial Relations
1/ The U.S. Census Bureau no longer produces estimates of population for single year age cohorts
at the county level. The county data ends in 1999
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Table 1.3 (concluded)          Demographics, Baldwin County
                               (Thousands unless otherwise noted)

                                     1990             2000           2006         2011P
Population by Gender:
Male                                48      49%       69     49%     81     49%
Female                              51      51%       72     51%     84     51%

Population by Race/Ethnicity
White                               85      86%      122     87%    142     87%
Black                               13      13%       14     10%     18     11%
Native American                      1       1%        1      1%      1      1%
Asian or Pacific Islander            0       0%        1      0%      1      0%
Some Other Race                      0       0%        1      1%      1      1%
Two or More Races                                      1      1%      2      1%

Hispanic Ethnicity                   1       1%        2      2%      4      2%
Not Hispanic or Latino              97      99%      138     98%    161     98%
Employment and Business
Age 16 + Population                 76               110            133
 In Labor Force                     46      60%       66     60%     79     60%
   Employed                         43      94%       63     95%     75     95%
   Unemployed                        2       5%        3      4%      4      5%
   In Armed Forces                   0       0%        0      0%      0      0%
 Not In Labor Force                 30      40%       44     40%     53     40%
Number of Establishments                                              8
Housing Units
Total Housing Units                 51                74             91
 Owner Occupied                     29      57%       44     59%     50     55%
 Renter Occupied                     8      16%       11     15%     13     15%
 Vacant                             14      27%       19     26%     27     30%
Vehicles Available
Average Vehicles Per Hhld            2                 1              2
 0 Vehicles Available                2       6%        2      4%      2      3%
 1 Vehicle Available                12      30%       17     32%     19     31%
 2+ Vehicles Available              25      64%       36     64%     42     66%

Source: Census




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Table 1.4                                                        Demographics, City of Mobile
Population Overview

                                                 1990                   2000                   2006              2011P
Total Population                           197,533                198,914                 199,000            201,000
Population Density (Pop/Sq Mi)               1632.8                 1644.3
Total Households                             75,866                 78,480

Population by Age 1/
School Age, 0-19 years old                   58,540        30%      58,750        30%      53,443      28%
20-34 years old                              48,367        24%      42,549        21%      40,621      21%
35-54 years old                              46,607        24%      53,755        27%      49,808      26%
55-74 years old                              32,567        16%      30,374        15%      33,207      17%
75+ years old                                11,442         6%      13,485         7%      14,077       7%

Median Age:
Total Population                               32.5                   34.3                   35.7               36.2

Households by Income
Total Households                             75,866                 78,480                 79,000
Average Hhld Income                          31,784                 45,216                 50,386
Median Hhld Income                           22,582                 31,532                 35,180
Per Capita Income                            12,444                 17,840                 20,648

$0 - $34,999                                 52,418        69%      42,736        54%      37,654      50%
$35,000 - $49,999                            10,541        14%      12,144        15%      11,019      15%
$50,000 - $74,999                             8,213        11%      12,391        16%      12,874      17%
$75,000 or more                               4,697         6%      11,209        14%      14,083      19%

Workforce Educational Attainment

                                             1990 Census            2000 Census            2006 Estimate     2011 Projection
Age 25+ Population                         123,203                124,742                 122,508            120,570
 Grade K - 8                                11,029          9%      5,554          4%       3,030       2%     1,451        1%
 Grade 9 - 12                               19,949         16%     17,452         14%      13,519      11%    10,510        9%
 High School Graduate                       35,359         29%     34,131         27%      35,379      29%    35,356       29%
 Some College, No Degree                     24,267        20%      28,139        23%      23,700      19%    20,396       17%
 Associates Degree                            6,273         5%       7,120         6%       5,524       5%     4,120        3%
 Bachelor's Degree                           17,361        14%      19,705        16%      25,046      20%    28,846       24%
 Graduate Degree                              8,949         7%      11,356         9%      16,309      13%    19,891       17%
 No Schooling Completed                                              1,285         1%

Source: Census; 2011 Projections: Experian/Applied Geographic Solutions
1/ The U.S. Census Bureau no longer produces estimates of population for single year age cohorts
at the county level. The county data ends in 1999




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Table 1.4 (concluded)                                  Demographics, City of Mobile
Population Overview

                                        1990                 2000              2006         2011P
                                             Additional Demographic Data
                                        1990                 2000              2006         2011P
Population by Gender:
Male                                91,724       46%     93,069     47%     89,497    47%
Female                             105,809       54%    105,845     53%    101,659    53%

Population by Race/Ethnicity
White                              119,187       60%    101,243     51%     95,180    50%
Black                               75,463       38%     91,057     46%     89,493    47%
American Indian or Alaska Native       471        0%        491     0%         482    0%
Asian or Pacific Islander            1,998        1%      3,072     2%       3,155    2%
Some Other Race                        415        0%      1,051     1%         985    1%
Two or More Races                                         2,001     1%       1,860    1%
Hispanic Ethnicity                   1,994        1%      2,839      1%      3,032     2%
Not Hispanic or Latino             195,540       99%    196,076     99%    188,123    98%
Employment and Business
Age 16 + Population                150,824              151,983            149,214
 In Labor Force                     91,647       61%     89,217     59%     86,969    58%
  Employed                          82,522       90%     81,299     91%     80,322    92%
  Unemployed                         8,259        9%      7,385      8%      6,126     7%
  In Armed Forces                      799        1%        533      1%        521     0%
 Not In Labor Force                 59,177       39%     62,766     41%     61,724    41%
Number of Establishments                                                    10,009
Housing Units
Total Housing Units                 83,189               86,190             88,710
 Owner Occupied                     44,272       53%     46,474     54%     43,752    49%
 Renter Occupied                    31,595       38%     32,006     37%     31,878    36%
 Vacant                              7,322        9%      7,711      9%     13,081    15%
Vehicles Available
Average Vehicles Per Hhld              1.5                   1.4               1.8
 0 Vehicles Available                9,950       12%      8,449     11%      3,643     5%
 1 Vehicle Available                28,823       35%     31,962     41%     30,500    40%
 2+ Vehicles Available              43,317       53%     38,069     49%     41,487    55%
Source: Census




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Table 2.1                                                Labor Market Overview
                                                         (Thousands unless otherwise noted)
Average Annual Statistics
                                                 1990        2000      2001       2002        2003       2004       2005     2006     2011p

Population
  Central Gulf Coast Workforce Area 1/          1,290       1,478      1,489      1,497      1,505      1,519      1,531     1,519    1,610
  Mobile Bay 2/                                   478         542        545        547        551        556        563       573      584
  Mobile County                                   379         400        400        399        399        399        400       404      408
Net Migration
  Central Gulf Coast Workforce Area 1/ 4/         -0.6        1.1        4.8         2.2        2.1        8.9        7.2        --
  Mobile Bay 2/                                    1.0        1.3        1.3        -0.2        1.4        3.5        4.8      8.4
  Mobile County                                   -0.9       -1.5       -1.7        -3.0       -1.8       -1.5       -0.7      2.3
Civilian Labor Force 3/
  Central Gulf Coast Workforce Area 1/            583         684       677         670        677        680        692      693       757
  Mobile Bay 2/                                   217         257       255         251        252        252        256      265       280
  Mobile County                                   171         187       185         182        180        178        180      185       189
Unemployment Rate (Percent)
  Central Gulf Coast Workforce Area 1/            6.6         4.6        5.1        5.9        5.7        5.5        5.8      5.0
  Mobile Bay 2/                                   6.1         4.1        4.8        5.5        5.8        5.5        4.1      3.4
  Mobile County                                   6.5         4.4        5.1        5.9        6.3        5.9        4.3      3.7
Household Employment 3/
  Central Gulf Coast Workforce Area 1/            544         653       642         631        638        643        652      659       725
  Mobile Bay 2/                                   204         247       243         237        237        238        246      256       277
  Mobile County                                   160         179       176         171        168        167        172      178       194
Payroll Employment
  Mobile Bay 2/                                   181         231                     --       224        226        234      241       256
  Mobile County                                   137         180       179         175        171        170        176      180       191
Manufacturing Payroll Employment
  Central Gulf Coast Workforce Area 1/                                  69.3       64.4       61.2       61.9        61.1     62.0     71.0
  Mobile Bay 2/                                   27.2       25.8       24.5       22.5       20.6       20.4        20.7     20.3
  Mobile County                                   20.3       19.2       18.8       17.1       15.3       14.5        14.4     15.1
Military & Federal Civilian Employment
  Central Gulf Coast Workforce Area 1/            59.7       54.5       54.4       53.4       53.5       51.8        47.8
  Mobile Bay 2/                                    8.4        6.9        6.6        6.7        6.7        7.3         7.0
  Mobile County                                    7.3        5.7        5.5        5.5        5.6        6.0         5.7
Personal Income (Annual Percent Change)
  United States                                   6.4         8.0        3.5        1.8        3.1        6.2        5.2
  Mobile Bay 2/                                   7.0         5.2        2.6        2.4        2.5        6.9        7.7


Sources: Census, BEA, BLS; 2011 Projections: Claritas (Manufacturing) Population & Employment (Experian/AGS and
   AL Dept of Industrial Relations http://www2.dir.state.al.us/Projections/Inudstry/wiamap.asp)
1/ 16-county Worforce area -- AL: Baldwin Clarke Conecuh Escambia Mobile Monroe & Washington;
   FL: Escambia & Santa Rosa; MS; George Greene Harrison Jackson Perry Stone & Wayne
2/ Mobile and Baldwin Counties
3/ BLS Current Population Survey (Household Survey)
4/ Hurricane Katrina (August 2006) temporarily displaced residents of along the Mississippi Coast
Note: Household employment is the number of workers residing in an area. As a major employment center Mobile County
   attracts workers across the regions. Consequently household employment is lower than payroll employment.
   The large commuter population in adjacent Baldwin County results in higher household employment for the Mobile Bay Area
   (Mobile & Baldwin counties). Many Baldwin commuters travel to Mobile and Pensacola.




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Table 2.2                                         Total Payroll Employment 1/
                                                  (Thousands unless otherwise noted)

                                                      Mobile Bay                       Central Gulf Coast
                                                                                        Workforce Area
                                           1990       2000         2006   2011 p             2006
                                                                 Seasonally Adjusted
Total                                     180.8      231.0       240.8     256.5                791.6

 Mining & Construction                     11.2        17.9        20.8                          46.2
 Manufacturing                             27.2        24.3        20.3                          74.1
 Transportation & Utilities                10.2        10.1         9.7                             --
 Wholesale Trade                           10.9        11.8        11.9                          29.0
 Retail Trade                              26.3        31.1        32.3                             --
 Information                                2.7         3.9         3.3                             --
 Financial Activities                       8.0        12.2        13.5                             --
 Professional/Business Services            14.0        25.4        27.1                             --
 Education & Health Services               16.0        23.6        29.1                             --
 Leisure and Hospitality                   14.9        22.2        24.4                             --
 Other Services                             9.4        13.2        12.3                             --
 Government                                30.1        35.1        35.9                          75.2

Source: BLS; 2011 Projection, Alabama Dept. of Industrial Relations
1/ Bureau of Labor & Statistics (Form 790; Establishment Survey)




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Table 2.3          Resident Employment by Group
                                                  Mobile   Mobile Bay      Central Gulf Coast
                                                  County     Area           Workforce Area

                                                            (in Percent)
Manufacturing, Construction & Distribution
Production                                         9.1        8.8               8.0
Supervisors construction & extraction              0.7        0.9               1.0
Construction trades                                6.5        6.8               6.5
Drafters engineering & mapping technicians         0.6        0.6               0.6
Extraction                                         0.1        0.1               0.1

Material moving                                    2.7        2.4               2.3
Installation maintenance & repair                  4.8        4.8               4.7
Supervisors, transportation & material moving      0.2        0.2               0.2
Rail water & other transportation                  0.8        0.8               0.7
Motor vehicle operators                            3.2        3.1               3.2
Protection
Protective Service                                 0.9        0.8               0.8
Fire fighting prevention & law enforcement         1.2        1.2               1.3
Services
Personal care & service                            2.5        2.4               3.0
Food preparation & serving related                 4.8        4.9               5.4
Maintenance & cleaning: buildings & grounds        3.6        3.7               3.6
Professional
Financial specialists                              1.6        1.6               1.5
Legal                                              0.9        0.9               0.8
Management (except agriculture)                    6.6        7.1               6.7
Business operations specialists                    1.5        1.4               1.4
Community & social services                        1.4        1.5               1.4
Aircraft & traffic control                         0.1        0.1               0.2
Architects surveyors cartographers & engineers     1.3        1.3               1.1
Arts design entertainment sports & media           1.5        1.5               1.3
Computer & mathematics                             1.2        1.1               1.1
Life physical & social sciences                    0.8        0.8               0.7
Clerical
Office & administrative support                   14.0       13.7              13.3
Healthcare
Health diagnosing & treating practitioners         3.7        3.7               3.2
Health technologists & technicians                 1.9        1.8               1.8
Healthcare support                                 2.1        2.0               1.8
Retail
Sales & related positions                         12.7       13.2              12.0
Source: 2000 Census; Experian/AGS
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Table 2.4               Commuter Patterns, Central Gulf Coast Area
                        Number of Workers Entering or Leaving Area of Residence (2000)

                               Commuting out of
                                                       % of Household        Commuting into      % of Payroll
                               Area of Residence
                                                        Employment            Area for Work      Employment
                                   for Work

Mobile Bay Area                        14,297                    5.8                16,067            7.0
By County (Central Gulf Coast Area)
 Baldwin Co. AL                     17,004                      24.2                 6,990           13.6
 Clarke Co. AL                       2,521                      21.6                 2,653
 Conecuh Co. AL                      2,239                      40.5                 1,133
 Escambia Co. AL                     3,148                      19.4                 3,751
 Escambia Co. FL                    13,333                      10.1                25,117
 George Co. MS                          3,793                   45.1                 1,094
 Greene Co. MS                          2,580                   53.8                   517
 Harrison Co. MS                        9,692                   10.7                23,451
 Jackson Co. MS                        17,122                   27.0                12,361
 Mobile Co. AL                         13,228                    7.1                21,115           11.7
 Monroe Co. AL                          1,393                   13.5                 2,266
 Perry Co. MS                           2,636                   50.8                 1,328
 Santa Rosa Co. FL                     28,714                   52.2                 7,372
 Stone Co. MS                           5,805                   88.3                 1,116
 Washington Co. AL                      3,234                   41.6                 2,042
 Wayne Co. MS                           2,514                   28.5                 1,235
 Grand Total                          143,253                                     129,608

Source: Census 2000




Table 2.5                      Commuting Times
                               Mobile County          Mobile Bay Area       Central Gulf Coast

                                                      Percent of Workers
Less than 15 Minutes                            24%                   26%                  28%
15 - 29 Minutes                                 41%                   39%                  38%
Over 30 Minutes                                 33%                   33%                  31%
Median Travel Time (Minutes)                   21.8                  21.8                 21.0

Source: Census 2000
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   http://www.census.gov/population/www/cen2000/commuting.html
Table 2.5                                Workforce Educational Attainment

                                         (Thousands unless otherwise noted)
                                                1990              2000                       2006
Central Gulf Coast Area 1/
          Age 25+ Population                    794                  943                   1004
            Grade K - 8                          84     10.6%         49       5.2%          42       4.2%
            Grade 9 - 12                        141     17.7%        141      14.9%         123      12.3%
            High School Graduate                247     31.2%        292      30.9%         313      31.2%
            Some College, No Degree             151     19.0%        214      22.7%         220      21.9%
            Associates Degree                    48      6.0%         63       6.7%          81       8.0%
            Bachelor's Degree                    82     10.3%        113      12.0%         138      13.7%
            Graduate Degree                      41      5.1%         61       6.5%          87       8.7%
            No Schooling Completed                                     9       1.0%

Note: High School or More Education             569     71.7%        744      78.9%          839     83.5%

Mobile Bay 2/
          Age 25+ Population                    296                  346                     368
           Grade K - 8                           31     10.6%         17       5.0%           11      3.0%
           Grade 9 - 12                          55     18.6%         54      15.8%           47     12.7%
           High School Graduate                  95     32.3%        108      31.3%          118     32.0%
           Some College, No Degree               53     18.0%         75      21.6%           74     20.1%
           Associates Degree                     14      4.8%         19       5.5%           20      5.5%
           Bachelor's Degree                     31     10.6%         45      12.9%           62     16.8%
           Graduate Degree                       16      5.2%         24       7.0%           37     10.0%
           No Schooling Completed                                      4       1.1%

Note: High School or More Education             209     70.8%        270      78.2%          310     84.4%

Mobile County
          Age 25+ Population                    231                     0                    256
           Grade K - 8                           25     10.8%           0      5.5%            0      3.0%
           Grade 9 - 12                          44     19.1%           0     16.6%            0     13.0%
           High School Graduate                  75     32.4%           0     31.9%           86     33.5%
           Some College, No Degree               40     17.5%           0     20.9%           48     18.7%
           Associates Degree                     11      4.8%           0      5.3%           11      4.4%
           Bachelor's Degree                     24     10.4%           0     12.2%           44     17.1%
           Graduate Degree                       12      5.1%           0      6.5%           26     10.3%
           No Schooling Completed                                       0      1.2%

Note: High School or More Education             162     70.2%        192      76.7%          215     84.0%

Sources: Census, Applied Geographic Solutions
1/ 16-county Worforce area
AL: Baldwin, Clarke, Conecuh, Escambia, Mobile, Monroe, & Washington; FL: Escambia & Santa Rosa; MS; George,
Greene, Harrison, Jackson, Perry, Stone, & Wayne
2/ Mobile and Baldwin Counties                                                                               20 of 59
Table 3.1          Largest Non-Manufacturers (Mobile County)

                                      Company                        Employees
             1    Mobile County Public School System                     8,149
             2    Mobile Infirmary Medical Center                        5,800
             3    University of S. Alabama & USA Health System           5,000
             4    Wal-Mart                                               3,000
             5    City of Mobile                                         2,429
             6    Providence Hospital                                    2,245
             7    County of Mobile                                       1,570
             8    Springhill Memorial Hospital                           1,375
             9    Regions Bank                                             900
            10    Saad Enterprises, Inc.                                   800
            11    US Coast Guard                                           785
            12    U.S. Postal Service                                      765
            13    Alabama State Port Authority                             650
            14    CPSI (Software)                                          650
            15    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers                             605
            16    Hertz Reservation Center                                 560
            17    Winn Dixie Food Stores                                   550
            18    Jim Barnes Enterprises                                   550
            19    Alabama Power Company                                    520
            20    NCO Financial                                            400
            21    Sears Home Central                                       380
            22    World Omni                                               380
            23    SSI Group                                                370
            24    BellSouth                                                315
            25    Mobile Gas Service Corporation                           300
            26    Premier Medical Management, Inc                          283
            27    Franklin Primary Health Center                           250
            28    Bishop State Community College                           215
            29    Spring Hill College                                      210
            30    Global Tel*Link Corporation                              200
            31    Compass Bank                                             190
            32    Wachovia Bank                                            175
            33    Comcast                                                  144
            34    WALA-TV                                                  110
            35    Industrial Valve & Service                               100


Source: Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce (MACC) - Updated July 2007
Notes:
1/ Northrop Grumman (Jackson Cty, MS) employs 10,000 workers,
   of which 2,000 are from Mobile County.




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Table 3.2                                                   Largest Manufacturers (Mobile Bay Area)

                            Company                            County          Product / Type of Operation       Employees

  1   ThyssenKrupp 1/                                       Mobile        Steel                                      2,700
  2   Standard Furniture                                    Baldwin       Bedroom & Dining Room Tables               1,400
  3   ST Mobile Aerospace Eng.                              Mobile        Major aircraft repair & modification       1,200
  4   Austal USA                                            Mobile        Aluminum maritime vessels                  1,014
  5   Atlantic Marine Alabama LLC                           Mobile        Builds & repairs ships                       868
  6   Bender Shipbuilding & Repair                          Mobile        Shipbuilding and Repair                      746
  7   Kimberly-Clark Corporation                            Mobile        Paper Products                               725
  8   Degussa Corp                                          Mobile        Chemicals                                    700
  9   Ciba Specialty Chemicals                              Mobile        Chemicals                                    650
 10   Mobile Register, Inc.                                 Mobile        Newspaper Publishing                         548
 11   Citation                                              Baldwin       Aluminum Castings                            450
 12   Goodrich Aerospace                                    Baldwin       Retrofits thrust reversers                   447
 13   Teledyne Continental Motors                           Mobile        Aircraft piston engines                      435
 14   IPSCO Steel Inc.                                      Mobile        Plate steel &rolled steel coils              370
 15   UOP                                                   Mobile        Chemicals                                    344
 16   Barnett Millworks Inc                                 Mobile        Millwork                                     300
 17   Coca-Cola Bottling Company                            Mobile        Bottler                                      300
 18   Olin Corp                                             Washington    Chlorine & other chemicals                   275
 19   C&G Boat Works                                        Mobile        Ship Repair & Construction                   265
 20   Dairy Fresh of Alabama LLC                            Mobile        Fluid milk                                   250
 21   Solutia Inc                                           Baldwin       Nylon Staple                                 250
 22   Masland Carpets Inc                                   Mobile        Carpet & rug mill                            246
 23   Sara Lee Bakery Group Inc                             Mobile        Bread products                               246
 24   Armstrong World Industries                            Mobile        Acoustic Ceiling Tiles                       192
 25   Mobile Paint Manufacturing Co                         Mobile        Latex & enamel paints                        182
 26   Shell Chemical LP                                     Mobile        Petroleum refining                           181
 27   Bon Secour Fisheries Inc                              Baldwin       Fish & seafood processing                    180
 28   GAF                                                   Mobile        Asphalt                                      180
 29   Xante                                                 Mobile        Laser Printers                               180
 30   PrintXcel                                             Baldwin       Manifold business form printing              165
 31   Huntsman Advance Materials                            Washington    Chemicals                                    160
 32   Holcim Inc                                            Mobile        Hydraulic cement; wholesale cement           158
 33   Mitsubishi Polycrystalline                            Mobile        Epitaxial silicon; organic chemicals         155
 34   DuPont Mobile Manufacturing                           Washington    Chemicals                                    150
 35   Enpro Industries Inc                                  Baldwin       Gaskets & sealing devices                    150
 36   Fishking Processors Inc                               Mobile        Prepared frozen seafood                      150
 37   Integrity Media Inc                                   Mobile        Prerecorded compact laser discs              150
 38   Miller Technologies Intl                              Mobile        Coated or laminated plastic film             150
 39   Scotch Plywood Co of MS                               Clarke        Softwood veneer stock                        150
 40   Taylor-Wharton Cryogenic                              Washington    Cryogenic Storage Tanks                      150

      Source: Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce (Updated July 2007)
      Notes:
      1/ TK steel mill begins full operations in 2010
      2/ Northrop Grumman (Jackson Cty, MS) employs 10,000 workers, of which 2,000 are from Mobile Cty.




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Table 3.3          Selected Foreign-owned Companies (Mobile Bay Area)
                                                Location
                          Company                                Product / Type of Operation         Employees
                                                (County)
Australia          Austal USA                Mobile                    Builds aluminum vessels           1,014
Austria            Lenzing Fibers Inc.       Mobile                                Tencel fibers           105
Canada             IPSCO Steel Inc.          Mobile                            Plate steel & coil          370
                   Yellowhammer Building
Canada                                   Mobile                                 Modular homes               30
                   Systems
Canada             IB Nitrogen Inc.      Mobile                 Slow release nitrogen fertilizer
England            Tate & Lyle Sucralose Mobile                     Splenda-sugar substitute               137
                                                              Chemicals (Pulp, Paper & Water
Finland            Kemira                    Mobile                                                         98
                                                                                   Treatment)
France             Arkema Inc.*              Mobile                          Plastic additives              70
France             EADS North America*       Mobile                      Aerospace Industries

Germany            ThyssenKrupp* 1/          Mobile                                          Steel       2,700
Germany            Degussa Corp.*            Mobile                                    Chemicals           700
Germany            Ineos Phenol              Mobile                           Phenol & acetone             127
Holland            Shell Chemical LP*        Mobile                           Petroleum refining           181
                                                                Sulfuric acid, sulfuric chlorides,
Holland            Akzo Nobel*               Mobile                                                        120
                                                                         refined insoluble sulfur


                                                                       Polycrystalline silicon for
Japan              Mitsubishi Polysilicon*   Mobile                                                        155
                                                                               semiconductors
Japan              Lanier Worldwide*         Mobile
Japan              Plasmine Technology       Mobile
Japan              Master Halco*             Mobile                           Chain link fencing            15
Korea              Glovis International      Mobile                             Shipping Agent
Norway             Aker Kvaerner Subsea Mobile                        Steel tubing / oil services          127
                   ST Mobile Aerospace
Singapore                                    Mobile          Major aircraft repair & modification        1,200
                   Eng.
South Africa       Barloworld Handling       Mobile               Material Handling Equipment               23
                   EADS Casa North
Spain                                        Mobile        Aircraft Service-Maintenance-Repair
                   America Inc.
                   Ciba Specialty                                Flourescent whitening agents,
Switzerland                                  Washington                                                    650
                   Chemicals                               optical brighteners, & florochemicals
Switzerland        Holcim                    Mobile                Portland & masonry cement               158
Switzerland        Syngenta                  Mobile                       Agricultural products             70


* FORTUNE 500 Global Companies / Subsidiaries
Source: Company Reports, MACC


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 Table 4.1         Selected New and Expanding Companies (Mobile County) 1/


                                                                                              New Jobs       Average        Investment
  Year                Company                           Industry                  Type        (Number)      Salary ($)       ($ million)

  2007     ThyssenKrupp 2/                               Steel                    New              2,700         58,000            3,700.0
  2007     Austal                                       Maritime                  Exp                400         43,780               34.0
  2007     MAE                                         Aerospace                  Exp                200         33,280                 na
           Southeastern Builders and
  2007     Developers LLC                             Construction                New                140         36,000               9.1
  2007     Berg Steel Pipe                             Steel Pipe                 New                100         33,280              75.0
  2007     Gulf Coast Asphalt                      Rocks &Aggregates              Exp                 50         50,000                na
  2007     Holcim (U.S.)                           Rocks &Aggregates              Exp                  7         60,000              60.0
  2006     Austal                                       Maritime                  Exp                210         40,000                na
  2006     Standard Concrete Products              Rocks &Aggregates              New                200         20,800              20.0

  2006     Bender Shipbuilding & Repair                 Maritime                  Exp                150         75,000              10.0
  2006     International Shipholding                    Maritime                  New                135         60,000              12.2
  2006     APM Terminals                                Maritime                  New                112         65,753              83.6
  2006     Dunhill Terminals                            Maritime                  New                 77         49,300              44.2
  2006     Alter Trading Co.                            Recyling                  New                 75         29,000              14.7
  2006     EBSCO/Crown Products                                                   Exp                 75         24,000               3.4
  2006     Aker Kvaerner                                Maritime                  Exp                 68         46,800               5.5
  2006     Global*Tel Link                             Call Center                Exp                 45         60,000               4.4
  2006     SIP Fabrication                                                        New                 38         27,000               4.8
  2006     Cabinetry Express                             Furniture                New                 25         29,000               3.0
  2006     Southern Building Materials              Building Materials            New                 20         30,000               3.8
           Mississippi Structural Insulated
  2006     Panels Inc.                              Building Materials            New                 15              --              1.2
  2006     Prism Systems                                                          Exp                 15         75,000               0.7
  2006     Silver Ships                                 Maritime                  Exp                 10         39,000               0.6
  2006     Linde Gas                                 Industrial gases             New                  6         75,000              18.7
           APM Terminals North America
  2005     Inc.                                         Maritime                  New                310              --             90.0

  2005     BenderNorth America& Repair
           EADS Shipbuilding                           Maritime                   Exp.               200              --               na
  2005     (Engineering)                      Aerospace Engineering Center        New                200              --             15.0
  2005     Austal USA                                  Maritime                   Exp.               100              --               na
  2005     C & G Boat Works                            Maritime                   Exp.               100              --              2.0
  2005     SPI/Mobile Pulley Works Inc.                                           New                 91              --             11.2
  2005     EADS North America 3/                    Aerospace R&D                 New                150              --                --

Source: Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development Department
1/ Includes only those companies that have reported a capital investment, expansion, or new investment to the Chamber. This list
   is only a PARTIAL listing of commercial/industrial investment occuring between 2004 and 2007.
2/ TK steel mill is under construction. Operations begin in 2010.
3/ Mobile is home to EADS CASA North America’s expanding aircraft support and delivery center. In addition,
      Mobile has been chosen as the industrial location for the KC-30 Tanker,
      which is being proposed to the U.S. Air Force by Northrop Grumman with EADS North America as its principal subcontractor.



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Table 4.1       Selected New and Expanding Companies (Mobile County) 1/


                                                                                      New Jobs    Average     Investment
 Year             Company                         Industry                 Type       (Number)   Salary ($)    ($ million)

  http://www.eadsnorthamerica.com/1024/en/Milestones/Mobile_engineering_centre_opening.html




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 Table 4.1                                    Selected New and Expanding Companies (Mobile County) 1/
    (concluded)

                                                                                              New Jobs       Average         Investment
  Year                Company                           Industry                  Type        (Number)       Salary ($)       ($ million)

  2007     ThyssenKrupp 2/                               Steel                     New             2,700          58,000           3,700.0
  2007     Austal                                       Maritime                   Exp               400          43,780              34.0
  2007     MAE                                         Aerospace                   Exp               200          33,280               na
  2007     EADS CASA                                   Aerospace                   Exp               150          38,000              46.5
           Southeastern Builders and
  2007     Developers LLC                             Construction                 New               140          36,000              9.1
  2007     Berg Steel Pipe                             Steel Pipe                  New               100          33,280             75.0
  2007     Gulf Coast Asphalt                      Rocks &Aggregates               Exp                50          50,000              na
  2007     Holcim (U.S.)                           Rocks &Aggregates               Exp                 7          60,000             60.0
  2006     Austal                                       Maritime                   Exp               210          40,000              na
  2006     Standard Concrete Products              Rocks &Aggregates               New               200          20,800             20.0
           Bender Shipbuilding & Repair
  2006     Inc. 3/                                      Maritime                   Exp               150          75,000             10.0

  2006     International Shipholding Corp.              Maritime                   New               135          60,000             12.2
  2006     APM Terminals                                Maritime                   New               112          65,753             83.6
  2006     Dunhill Terminals                            Maritime                   New                77          49,300             44.2
  2006     Alter Trading Co.                                                       New                75          29,000             14.7
  2006     EBSCO/Crown Products                                                    Exp                75          24,000              3.4
  2006     Aker Kvaerner                                Maritime                   Exp                68          46,800              5.5
  2006     Global*Tel Link                             Call Center                 Exp                45          60,000              4.4
  2006     SIP Fabrication                                                         New                38          27,000              4.8
  2006     Cabinetry Express                                                       New                25          29,000              3.0
  2006     Southern Building Materials              Building Materials             New                20          30,000              3.8
           Mississippi Structural Insulated
  2006     Panels Inc.                                                             New                15               --             1.2
  2006     Prism Systems                                                           Exp                15          75,000              0.7
  2006     Silver Ships                                 Maritime                   Exp                10          39,000              0.6
  2006     Linde Gas                                                               New                 6          75,000             18.7
           APM Terminals North America
  2005     Inc.                                         Maritime                   New               310               --            90.0
           Bender Shipbuilding & Repair
  2005     Company, Inc.                                Maritime                   Exp.              200               --             na
  2005     EADS North America                        Aerospace R&D                 New               150               --               --
  2005     Austal USA                                   Maritime                   Exp.              100               --             na
  2005     C & G Boat Works                             Maritime                   Exp.              100               --             2.0
  2005     SPI/Mobile Pulley Works Inc.                                            New                91               --            11.2
  2005     Kvaerner Oilfield Products                     Energy                   Exp.               62               --             3.9
  2005     Masonite International                   Building Materials             Exp.               52               --             9.0
  2005     Global Tel*Link                             Call Center                 Exp.               50               --             na
  2005     Universal Rope Fabrication                                              New                40               --             na
  2005     Mobile Lumber                                Lumber                     Exp.               31               --             3.2
  2005     Kadent Black Clawson                 Paper / Advanced Fibres            Exp.               30               --             1.0
           Alabama Power – Barry Steam
  2005     Plant                                         Utility                   Exp.               25               --           400.0
  2005     INEOS Phenol                                 Chjemical                  Exp.               25               --            45.0
  2005     Real Ships                                   Maritime                   New                24               --             2.2
           WILMAX Clinical Research Inc.
  2005     (corp. hqtr)                                Healthcare                  New                20               --             na
  2005     Silver Ships                                  Maritime                  Exp.               15               --             0.9
  2005     Mitsubishi Polysilicon                       Chemicals                  Exp.               13               --            30.0
  2005     GAF Materials Corp.                      Building Materials             Exp.                1               --             3.0
  2005     Ciba Specialty Chemicals                     Chemicals                  Exp.              -                 --            20.0
  2004     Austal USA                                    Maritime                  Exp.              500               --            22.0
  2004     West Asset Management                         Finance                   New               300               --
  2004     Alabama State Port Authority                  Maritime                  Exp                 75              --            61.0
  2004     EADS Casa                                   Aerospace                   New                 75              --             1.0
  2004     Vimax                                         Amines                    New                 65              --            10.0
  2004     Mentor Graphics                             Technology                  New                 50              --            15.0
  2004     TeleVox                                       Software                  Exp                 35              --
  2004     IPSCO Heat Treat                               Metals                   Exp                 18              --            45.0
  2004     Nuco                                                                    New                 15              --             1.0
  2004     Tate & Lyle PLC                      Sweetener, Food Product            Exp                 15              --            30.0

  2004     Radiance Tech. & Strand Assoc.         Fuel Cell Technology             Exp                  8              --
  2004     Degussa                                     Chemicals                   Exp                  4              --            13.0
  2004     Bay Gas Storage                              Energy                     Exp                                 --            60.0
  2004     Cellular South                         Telecommunications               Exp                                 --            20.0
  2004     ExxonMobil                                   Energy                     Exp                                 --           100.0
  2004     Fort Whiting                                                            Exp                                 --             6.0
  2004     Mobile Gas                                     Utility                  Exp                                 --            10.0
  2004     Quality Valve                            Industrial Supplies            Exp                                 --             3.0
  2004     USA Technology Park                     Advanced Research               Exp                                 --             6.0

           Total of Selected Companies, (2004-2007) 1/                                             7,522                           5,179.6

Source: Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development Department
1/ Includes only those companies that have reported a capital investment, expansion, or new investment to the Chamber. This list
     is only a PARTIAL listing of commercial/industrial investment occuring between 2004 and 2007.




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TABLE 4.2                                              Major Layoffs (Mobile Bay Area)

                                                                                                                                        Union
   Year                     Company                              Location                Product/Service              Job Losses
                                                                                                                                      Affiliation
                   Closing = "C"; L = "Layoff"            City         County

      2001   Acordis Celluloise Fibers Inc. (C)              Axis            Mobile           Rayon Production                (325)      N/A
      2001   Actel Integrated Comm.Inc (C)                 Mobile            Mobile         Telecommunications                (250)      N/A
      2001   Gulf Fibers, Inc. (C)                           Axis            Mobile             Nylon Production               (90)      N/A
      2001   International Paper Co. (C)                   Mobile            Mobile                     Paper Mill            (790)      N/A
      2001   Kimberly-Clark Corp (L)                       Mobile            Mobile                  Papers Prod.             (110)      N/A
      2001   Minolta_QMS Inc (L)                           Mobile            Mobile                  Headquarters              (25)      N/A
      2001   Sappi Fine Paper North America (C)            Mobile            Mobile                  Papers Prod.             (500)      N/A
      2002   OCAL (C)                                      Mobile            Mobile                  Pipe Coating             (200)
      2002   Mobile Pulley and Machine Works (C)           Mobile            Mobile         Dredging Equipment                (150)
      2003   Ciba Specialty Chemicals (L)                  Mobile            Mobile                     Chemicals              (22)      N/A
      2003   Kerr-McGee Corp (C)                         Theodore            Mobile                Synthetic rutile           (140)      N/A
      2003   Minolta-QMS                                                     Mobile   Printers/Imaging Products                (64)
      2003   Minolta-QMS (L)                                Mobile           Mobile                   Engineering              (22)      N/A
      2003   Piccadilly Cafeteria (L)                                        Mobile                  Retail – Food             (24)
      2003   Teledyne Continental Motors, Inc. (L)          Mobile           Mobile                Piston Engines             (100)      N/A
      2003   West Teleservices (C)                          Mobile           Mobile                    Call Center            (400)      N/A
      2004   DuPont Agricultural Products (L)                Axis            Mobile       Agricultural Pestisides              (16)      N/A
      2004   Kellogg Brown & Root (L)                                        Mobile        Engineering Services               (140)
      2004   Mobile Gas (L)                                                  Mobile          Utility-Gas Services              (16)
      2004   Shoney's Restaurants (L)                        Mobile          Mobile                  Food Service             (100)      N/A
      2004   VF Jeanswear Limited Partnership (L)         Irvington          Mobile           Blue Jeans cutting              (100)      N/A
      2005   Bredero Shaw ( C)                           Theodore            Mobile                  Pipe Coating             (450)      N/A
      2005   Bruno’s Supermarket (L)                                         Mobile                  Retail – Food            (142)      N/A
      2005   Citation Southern Aluminum (L)               Bay Min.          Baldwin          Aluminum Products                 (60)      N/A
      2006   Syngenta 1/ ( C)                                 Axis           Mobile                     Chemicals             (200)
      2007   DuPont Agricultural Products (L)                 Axis           Mobile                     Chemicals              (49)


Source: MACC
1/ Plant will close in November; 70 of 200 employees are still employed




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TABLE 5                                 Selected Major Military Installations (Central Gulf Coast)

                                                                                                                               Direct
   Installation          Service         Operations          Location                       Total Personnel      Status         Job
                                                               City           County       Civilian Military                  Impact



                                        Operations,
USCG Mobile            Coast Guard                             Mobile          Mobile           25       135      Stable
                                        Brookley
                                        Aviation Training
USCG Mobile            Coast Guard                             Mobile          Mobile           27       372      Stable
                                        Center

                                        Training & Naval
Corry Station              Navy                              Pensacola        Escambia         424       2708     Stable
                                        Hospital


NAS Whiting Field          Navy         Flight Training      Pensacola        Escambia         433       1649     Stable


Saufly Field          Navy Reserve      Training             Pensacola     Escambia (FL)       635       721      Stable


                                                                                                                BRAC 2005,
NAS Pensacola              Navy         Training             Pensacola        Escambia        4083      11681
                                                                                                                Realignment
                                                                                                                               (1,579)
                                        81st Training
                                                                                                                BRAC 2005,
Keesler AFB              Air Force      Wing; 2nd Air          Biloxi      Jackson (MS)       7591       3632
                                                                                                                Realignment
                                        Force                                                                                    (402)
                                                                                                                BRAC 2005,
NAS Pascagoula             Navy                              Pascagoula    Jackson (MS)                                          (963)
                                                                                                                  Close

TOTAL                                                                                       13,218    20,898                   (2,944)

Source: BRAC Commission; Economic Development Partnership of Baldwin County




Table 5.2                               Military & Civilian Defense Employment, 2005
                                                            (Thousuands)

Central Gulf Coast Workforce Area                               47.8
Mobile Bay Area                                                  7.0
Mobile County                                                    5.7

Source: Census, Bureau of Economic Analysis




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TABLE 6                                Research Centers
                                       (Mobile Bay)

                                                                             Research                   Annual          Employment
             Name of Center            County      Affiliation               Specialty                  Funding           R&D        Total
                                                                                                                         Personnel Employees
Medical Research
Mitchell Cancer Center 1/               Mobile   NIH / University                Cancer Research            --
Center For Lung Biology                 Mobile         University                Medical Research          USA                    26         26
College of Medicine Research            Mobile         University                  Med. Research           USA                   152        946
                                                                           Consultation, Diagnosis,
Comprehensive Sickle Cell Center        Mobile         University                                          NIH                     8          9
                                                                                   Treatment, etc.
Dept. of Safety and Envir.              Mobile         University            Environmental Safety         USA                      0          7
International Society for Heart Res.    Mobile         University         Cardiovascular Research        Private            --              100
                                                                                        Assistance
Office of Sponsored Prog.               Mobile         University                                     Mult. Sources                4          4
                                                                                       to Research
Business & Technology
EADS Engineering Center                 Mobile            AirBus            Aerospace Engineering           --                   200          --
USA Technology & Research Park          Mobile         Univeristy                     Technology            --                         --     --
   Selected Companies:
      Mentor Graphics                                                                                       --                         --     --
      Radiance Technologies                                                  Defense & Computing            --                         --     --
      Strand Engineers                                                                                      --                         --     --
Center for Business and Economics       Mobile         University             Regional Economics           USA                     3          3
Office of Institutional Res.            Mobile         University     State Research and Planning                                  5         22
Office of Technology Dev.               Mobile         University     Promotes new bus. Concepts           USA                     3          3

Nature & Environment
                                                                            Understanding Human
AL Center for Estuarine Studies         Mobile         University                                        US EPA                    7          8
                                                                            Modifications to Coast
Center For Archaeological Studies       Mobile         University                               --         public                  9         12
Coastal Weather Research Center         Mobile         University                               --    self-supporting              3          3
Dauphin Island Sea Lab                  Mobile         University    Gulf Coast Edu. and Research                                 56        100
Marine and Estuarine Envir.            Baldwin         University                                --                                7          8

Source: Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce, Baldwin County Economic Development Alliance
1/ Currently under construction
2/ http://www.eadsnorthamerica.com/1024/en/Milestones/Mobile_engineering_centre_opening.html
   http://www.eadsnorthamerica.com/1024/en/breaking_news/2005%20Press%20Releases/20060622_KC330_site.html




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TABLE 7.0                                        Higher Education Overview
                                                  Location                                              Enrollment
                                                                                                                              Graduate
           Name of Institution                       City          County           Total        Full-Time       Part-Time    Students


Universities & Colleges (4-year)
 Public Universities
   University of South Alabama                     Mobile           Mobile           12,247            8,648         3,599        2,999

   Private Colleges & Universities
    Spring Hill College                            Mobile          Mobile              1,497            1311            186
    University of Mobile                           Mobile          Mobile              1,758            1488            270
    United States Sports Academy                   Daphne          Baldwin               698            206            492         693

  Subtotal                                                                           16,200          11,653          4,547        3,692

Community & Technical Colleges
 Bishop State                                      Mobile          Mobile              4,415            2168          2247
 Enterprise-Ozark Aviation Center                  Mobile          Mobile                162              na            na
 Faulkner State                                 Bay Minette        Baldwin             3,136            1930          1206
 Jefferson Davis                                  Brewton         Escambia             1,086             654           432
 Alabama Southern                               Monroeville        Clarke              1,224             781           443
 Reid State Technical College                    Evergreen        Conecuh                616              na            na

  Subtotal                                                                           10,639            5,533         4,328

For-Profit Schools
  Virginia College of Mobile                       Mobile           Mobile               181              165           16
  Remington College                                Mobile           Mobile               450              450            0
  Mobile Technical Institute                       Mobile           Mobile                75               50           25

  Subtotal                                                                               706             665            41

Grand Total                                                                          27,545          17,851          8,916

Source: Public Schools (Alabama Commission on Higher Education, Fall 2006 Enrollment Report); Various websites




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TABLE 7.1                     Mobile Bay Area,
                              Regional Center for Higher Education




                                       Mobile Bay

                             Map: Central Culf Coast (16 Counties)



   Public Four-Year Colleges           Community & Technical Colleges

   1. University of South Alabama      5. Bishop State
                                       6. Enterprise-Ozark Aviation Center
   Private Four-Year Colleges          7. Faulkner State
                                       8. Jefferson Davis
   2. Spring Hill College              9. Alabama Southern
   3. University of Mobile             10. Reid State Technical College
   4. United States Sports Academy




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TABLE 7.2                        Alabama Statewide University Resources
                                    Alabama Public Four-Year University Enrollment Report, Fall 2006


                   Undergraduate                      Graduate                          1st Professional              Total
                Headcount FTE 1/                 Headcount FTE 1/                 Headcount FTE 1/      Notes Headcount     FTE 1/


  A&M                  4,978           4,964            1,098             686                                           6,076          5,650
  ASU                  4,584           4,103              981             504                                           5,565          4,607
  ASC                  2,779           1,754            2,779           1,754
  AU                  19,367          17,588            3,245           2,327              935              935   b   23,547      20,850
  AUM                  4,300           3,212              779             393                                          5,079       3,605
  JSU                  7,311           5,983            1,646             750                                          8,957       6,733
  TROY                11,891           8,702            2,776           1,554                                     c   14,667      10,256
  UA                  19,471          17,539            3,781           2,769              586              586   d   23,838      20,894
  UAB                 11,284           8,863            4,302           3,507              975              975   e   16,561      13,345
  UAH                  5,719           4,457            1,372             708                                          7,091       5,165
  UM                   2,463           2,195              432             231                                          2,895       2,426
  UNA                  5,600           4,788            1,210             609                                          6,810       5,397
  USA                 10,078           8,442            2,736           1,817              276              276   f   13,090      10,535
  UWA                  1,821           1,534            1,812             643                                          3,633       2,177

  Grand
  Totals             111,646           94,124          26,170           16498             2,772         2,772         140,588 113,39


  SOURCE: ACHE's Fall Enrollment Survey and Credit Hour Production Report, Fall 2006.
  1/ FTE (full-time equivalent) = Fall Undergraduate hours divided by 15,
      graduate-1 (master's level) hours divided by 12, and graduate-2(doctor's level) hours divided by 9.
  b. Includes 388 veterinary medicine, 33 audiology and 514 pharmacy students.
  c. Includes Troy, Montgomery, Dothan, Phenix City, Fort Rucker and Maxwell.
  d. Includes 37 medical students and 3 (ug) exclusive auditors.
  e. Includes 590 medical students, 385 dentistry & optometry students; excludes 1030 residents
  f. Excludes 203 medical residents.




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TABLE 7.3a             Enrollment, University of South Alabama (USA)
                       (2005-2006 Academic Year)
                           Number of Students
    Total                                     12,247
     Full-Time                                 8,648
     Part-Time                                 3,599

    Undergraduate                                 9,248
    Graduate                                      2,999

    Source: University of S. AL Office of Institutional Research
    Note: Annual Number of Graduates is 2,350




TABLE 7.3b             Undergraduate Enrollment
                       (by Academic Program)
                                Enrollment
                                  Under
        Program                  Graduate

                           Number of Students
    Engineering                      587
    Math                              55
    Medical                        2,468
    Dental                            na
    Pharmaceutical                    na
    Veterinary                        na
    MIS/Comp. Sci.                   293
    Business                       1,588
    Chemistry                        155
    Biology                          612
    Physics                           22
    Other:                         3,490

    Total                           12,247

    Source: University of S. AL Office of Institutional Research
    Note: Annual Number of Graduates is 2,350


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Table 7.4                                         Selected Degree & Certificates Awarded
                                                  University of South Alabama (USA)


            Program                                 Degree   2001-02     2002-03     2003-04    2004-05    2005-06

                                                             Number of degrees & certificates
Total Graduates                                                                                               2,350
 of which:
           Selected Programs
Biology
           Biological Sciences                    B.S.              25          35         20         35         41
           Biological Sciences                    M.S.               1           5          6          4          9
           Clinical Laboratory Sciences           B.S.               6           7          7          6         12
           Environmental Toxicology               M.S.               -           -          -          -          1
           Marine Sciences                        M.S.               8           5          7          5          5
           Marine Sciences                        Ph.D.              1           1          1          2          1
Business
           Accounting                             B.S.B.A.          47          45         51         42         39
           Accounting                             M.Acc.            11           5          7          9          7
           Business Administration & Management   B.S.B.A.          49          58         50         43         53
           Business Administration & Management   M.B.A.            32          71         60         40         36
           Business Economics                     B.S.B.A.           4           5          4          3          5
           Economics                              B.A.               1           2          0          0          0
           Economics
           Electronic Commerce                    B.S.B.A.           8          11         15          9         11
           Finance                                B.S.B.A.          51          53         46         37         47
           Public Administration                  M.P.A.            10          13          7          2         12
Basic Sciences
           Biomedical Sciences                    B.S.              27          39         21         44         30
           Mathematics                            B. S.              0           1          0          0          0
           Mathematics                            M.S.               2           2          2          4          7
           Mathematics/Statistics                 B.S.               4           4          7          6         12
           Physics                                B.S.               4           3          3          1          2
           Geography                              B.S.               6          10         11          7          9
           Geology                                B.S.               1          11          6          5          5
           Meteorology                            B.S.              11           9         11         14          6
Engineering
           Computer Engineering                   B.S.              14          10         17         19          5
           Cardiorespiratory Sciences             B.S.               6          13          8         12          6
           Chemical Engineering                   B.S.              20          23         16         14         21
           Chemical Engineering                   M.S.               4           9         13         20          9
           Chemistry                              B.S.               5           5         10          4          6
           Electrical Engineering                 B.S.              35          29         13         10         33
           Electrical Engineering                 M.S.               9           4         27         47         50
           Mechanical Engineering                 B.S.              31          21         21         25         19
           Mechanical Engineering                 M.S.               6           8         13         12         18




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Table 7.4 (concluded)                             Selected Degree & Certificates Awarded
                                                  University of South Alabama (USA)


           Program                                   Degree     2001-02     2002-03    2003-04     2004-05   2005-06

                                                                Number of degrees & certificates
Health
           Leisure Studies                        B.S.                  -         41          19        26         16
           Basic Medical Sciences                 Ph.D.                 4          4           2         4          8
           Business, General                      B.S.B.A.              5          6           8        15         18
           Civil Engineering                      B.S.                 19         23          12        32         21
           Communication Sciences and Disorders   Ph.D.                 1          3           4         1          4
           EM T - Paramedic                       Certificate          22         14          18         7         17
           EMT - Basic                            Certificate          35          7          39         6         27
           Gerontology                            Certificate           9          7           2         5         10
           Marketing Management                   B.S.B.A.             72         83          73        69         85
           Medicine                               M.D.                 60         59          60        59         60
           Nursing                                B.S.N.              152        155         160       217        245
           Nursing                                M.S.N.              102        114          86       141        166
           Occupational Therapy                   B.S.                 29         12           1         0          0
           Occupational Therapy                   M.S.                  -          -           -        11         10
           Physical Therapy                       D.P.T.                -          -           -         -          -
           Physical Therapy                       M.P.T.               30         24          22        42          0
           Physician Assistant                    M.H.S.               34         35          31        29         34
           Preprofessional Health Sciences        B.S.                 12         24          30        30         27
           Psychology                             B.A.                 51         47          55        44         53
           Psychology                             M.S.                  9          7          10         5          2
           Radiologic Sciences                    B.S.                 15         16          15        12         17
           Radiologic Sciences                    Certificate          25         27          22        31         26
           Speech and Hearing Sciences            B.S.                 13         12          22        18         14
           Speech-Language Pathology              M.S.                 25         25          17        14         10

Source: University of South Alabama
SHRICIP, Graduation Statistics Report




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TABLE 8.1                                              Mobile Bay Technical Education Resources,
                                                                 Community & Technical Colleges

                                                                       Enrollment
              Name of Institution                  County    Total      Full-Time Part-Time   % Going to a 4-Yr
                                                                                              College/University
 Bishop State                                     Mobile       4,415        2168      2247           40%
 Enterprise-Ozark Aviation Center 1/              Mobile         162          na        na
 Faulkner State                                   Baldwin      3,136        1930      1206           30%
 Jefferson Davis                                  Escambia     1,086         654       432
 Alabama Southern                                 Clarke       1,224         781       443
 Reid State Technical College                     Conecuh        616          na        na

Source: Alabama Commission for Higher Education




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Table 8.2             Community & Technical College Program Inventory
                                                                                      Community & Technical College
                                                                                                                   Alabama
               Selected Industrial Programs                      Bishop      Enterprise   Faulkner    Jefferson    Southern          Reid State




AC/Refrigeration Technology                                        X                                          X
Accounting Technology/ Accounting Related                          X                                          X
Automotive Body Repair                                             X                                          X                          X
Automotive Mechanics                                               X                                          X
Aviation Maintenance / Avionics                                                   X
Cabinetmaking                                                      X                                          X                          X
Carpentry                                                          X                                          X                          X
Civil Engineering Technology                                       X
Computer Science & Information Systems                             X                            X                                        X
Diesel Mechanics                                                   X
Drafting and Design Technology                                     X                                          X
Electrical Technology                                              X                                          X
Electronic Engineering Technology                                  X
Emergency Medical Services                                         X                            X             X             X
Engineering Technology                                             X
Geographic Information Systems                                     X
Graphics & Printing (Degree)                                       X
Hazardous Materials Technology                                                                  X
Industrial Electronics / Engineering Technology                                                               X                          X
Instrumentation Technology                                         X
Machine Tool Technology/Machining Related                          X
Management and Supervision                                         X                                          X
Manufacturing Production                                           X
Masonry                                                            X                                          X                          X
Nursing (LPN)                                                      X                                                        X
Nursing (RN)                                                       X                                          X             X
Occupational Health Safety                                         X
Plumbing                                                           X
Process and Instrumentation Technology
(Chemical or Instruments)                                          X
Water and Wastewater Technology                                    X                                          X
Welding Technology                                                 X                                          X             X            X

Source: Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education (http://www.acs.cc.al.us/careertech/)

1/ Certified by the Federal Aviation Administration, EOCC offers the only comprehensive aviation maintenance training program in the state
of Alabama, with instruction in airframe & powerplant (A&P) and avionics. The AAS degree requires approximately 2 years to complete.
The Certificate program requires approximately 18 months to complete. After completion, the student is ready to take the FAA or the FCC
license exam. The AAS degree requires approximately 2 years to complete. The Certificate program requires approximately 18 months to
complete. After completion, the student is ready to take the FAA or the FCC license exam. (http://www.eocc.edu/mobile/index.htm)




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TABLE 9                               Selected Programs in Advanced Composites Manufacturing

   University            Program                        Enrollment                      Company Partner

                                                                               NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
                                           College of Engineering, Advanced   (MSFC),
                                           Composites Manufacturing: 700       National Center for Advanced
                                           Undergraduate and 300 Graduate     Manufacturing (NCAM)
  University of    College of Engineering, Students                            Air Force Research Laboratory
 South Alabama     Advanced Composites                                         Boeing Company
  (Mobile, AL)          Manufacturing
                                           Advanced Composites:                Applied Sciences, Inc. (ASI)
                                           186 undergraduates / 47 graduate    Carbon Nanotechnologies, Inc. (CNI),
                                           students                           Airtech International, INC.,
                                                                                 Composites One
                                                                                 V2 Composites.
                                                                                 AOC Resins
                                                                                 NASA
                                                                                 Department of Homeland Security
    Auburn           Polymer and Fiber
                                              40 undergraduate/ 20 graduate    National Textile Center (over 150 projects)
   University           Engineering                                            Pratt & Whitney
                                                                               Rolls-Royce
                                                                               Cotton Incorporated
                                                                               Wellington Sears
                                                                               USDA
                                                                               Redstone Aviation and Missile Research &
                                                                              Engineering Development Center
                                                                               Federal Transit Administration
                                                                               Tank Automotive Research and
                                                                              Development Engineering Center
                                                                               Department of Energy
                                                                               Ticona, Inc.
                                                                               Shepherd Color Company
  University of                                                                Triton Polymer Matrix Systems
                                                                               Sioux Manufacturing Company
Alabama (UAB) – Advanced Composites
                                              15 undergraduate/ 18 graduate    Propex Systems, Inc.
  Birmingham         Research                                                  MDT Armor
    Campus                                                                     Blazetech
                                                                               DOT/National Composite Center
                                                                               Alabama Department of Transportation
                                                                               University Transportation Council of
                                                                              Alabama
                                                                               Southern Company Services, Inc.
                                                                               Britt Engineering
                                                                               Technofire, Inc.

Source: Economic Development Partnership of Alabama; University Departments




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TABLE 9 (concluded)                    Selected Programs in Advanced Composites Manufacturing

   University            Program                        Enrollment                             Company Partner
  University of
 Alabama (UA) –                                                                       Dutta Technologies
                                                                                      BASF/Daimler-Chrysler
   Tuscaloosa      Aerospace Engineering
    Campus             and Mechanics         114 undergraduate/ 36 graduate
                                                                                        Boeing
                                                                                        Raytheon
                                                                                        General Motors
   Tuskegee        Materials Science and                                                Air Force Research Lab
                                           700 (includes all engineering students)
   University          Engineering                                                      Army Research Lab
                                                                                        Concurrent Technologies
                                                                                        Vista Engineering
                                                                                        Ondax

                                                                                      NSF (including three centers:
                                                                                     Materials Research Science and
                                                                                     Engineering Center, Industry/University
                                                                                     Cooperative Research Center, RET Site
                                                                                     for Polymer Engineering Research and
                                                                                     Workforce Development)
                                                                                      Department of Energy
  University of   The School of Polymers                                              Department of Defense
                                                                                      Department of Agriculture
   Southern        and High Performance     190 (includes all graduate students)      Small Business Administration
  Mississippi            Materials                                                    NIST
                                                                                      Boeing
                                                                                      GE
                                                                                      Johnson and Johnson
                                                                                      Eastman Chemical
                                                                                      Exxon
                                                                                      Toyota
                                                                                      Sun Chemical
                                                                                      Ashland
                                                                                      NSF
                                                                                      NASA
                                                                                      Department of Energy
  University of
                       Department of                                                    Department of Health
   Southern                                 120 undergraduates / 30 graduates        
                        Chemistry                                                        Department of Education
  Mississippi                                                                           Avery Dennison
                                                                                        PD George
                                                                                        Armstrong

Source: Economic Development Partnership of Alabama; University Departments




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Table 10.1                                                          Covered Wages and Employment (2005)
                                                             Total Employment                             Covered Wages
                                                                                  Mobile                                     Mobile
                                                       Alabama      Mobile Bay                    Alabama      Mobile Bay
                                                                                  County                                     County

                                                                    (thousands)                                ($ million)
Total 1/                                                  1,678.7         220.1        164.3          58,222         6,976      5,434
 of which:
     Mining                                                   8.1           0.4          0.4            475            33         31
     Construction                                           105.7          17.6         12.8          3,698           611        458
     Manufacturing                                          297.8          19.7         14.4         12,108           867        685
     Wholesale & Retail Trade                               315.3          41.4         29.6          9,091         1,123        846
     Transportation & Warehousing                            51.2           7.4          6.5          1,836           273        243
     Utilities & Information                                 43.7           4.1          3.3          2,446           200        167
     Finance & Insurance                                     71.9           7.5          6.1          3,736           420        355
                                                             24.7           5.3          3.3            745           150         99
    Health Care & Social Assistance                         178.1          24.0         18.8          6,493           887        705
    Accommodation & Food Services                           148.1          21.0         13.6          1,737           262        158
    Prof., Tech. & Business Services                         90.3          37.0         30.0          4,865         1,018        835
    State & Local Government 1/                             295.1          32.8         24.8          9,787         1,087        828
    Other                                                    48.7           1.7          0.8          1,205            45         23

          Source: Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Bureau of Labor & Statistics
          1/ Federal Employment is excluded; Certain supersector subcategories are excluded (e.g. forestry)



Table 10.2                                                          Average Wages (2005)
                                                                                  Mobile
                                                       Alabama      Mobile Bay
                                                                                  County

    Mining                                               $58,966       $73,832      $79,228
    Construction                                          34,973       34,601       35,751
    Manufacturing                                         40,651       44,088       47,753
    Wholesale & Retail Trade                              28,834       27,125       28,554
    Transportation & Warehousing                          35,840       36,802       37,335
    Utilities & Information                               55,998       48,472       50,329
    Finance & Insurance                                   51,991       55,883       58,377
    Real Estate, Rental & Leasing                         30,195       28,234       29,977
    Health Care & Social Assistance                       53,890       36,950       37,568
    Accommodation & Food Services                         36,462       12,468       11,607
    Prof., Tech. & Business Services                      11,722       27,495       27,863
    State & Local Government 1/                           24,741       33,105       33,457
    Other                                                 33,166       26,842       28,152

          All Industries, Average Wage                   $34,683       $31,693      $33,065

          Source: Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, Bureau of Labor & Statistics




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Table 11.1                              Manufacturing & Distribution, Selected Occupational Wages
                                        Pathfinders Wage & Benefits Survey, Mobile Bay (2005)


        WAGE SUMMARY                        Average             Low              High              Mean             Weighted
                                             Entry            Average           Average           Average           Average
                                             Wage              Wage              Wage              Wage              Wage
                                                                                Dollars
           Engineering
                    Engineer-Civil                    21.96             15.00             44.00             29.76          32.67
               Engineer-Electrical                    25.00             22.35             41.83             31.49          36.30
               Engineer-Industrial                    17.76             20.93             24.04             22.44          22.44
             Engineer-Mechanical                      23.42             22.35             42.68             31.84          38.88

            Industrial
               Assembler-Electrical                   16.61             15.45             28.47             20.36          26.61
                Assembler-General                      7.61              6.50             13.44             10.61          11.25
                          Carpenter                   11.85             11.05             20.00             15.34          15.28
                          Electrician                 15.04             14.00             22.35             17.34          17.95
              Electronic Technician                   17.14             11.94             27.73             20.11          23.70
                   General Laborer                     8.14              6.57             14.17              9.47          10.79
         Heavy Equipment Operator                     12.91              7.84             18.00             14.80          15.10
              Inventory/Stock Clerk                    9.43              7.00             17.22             10.78          10.67
                    Line Supervisor                   16.06             10.00             35.00             19.86          22.22

                 Machine Operator                     14.94             15.00             18.24             16.75          17.78
               Maintenance Helper                      7.59              7.25             16.50              9.51           8.98
             Maintenance Mechanic                     12.70             10.00             24.10             15.56          16.83
              Maintenance-General                     10.15              7.50             22.35             12.52          12.11
                  Materials Handler                   10.36              8.00             13.90             11.31          12.95

                        Pipe Fitter                   13.21             11.00             18.00             14.43          17.21
                          Plumber                     11.04             13.69             19.49             17.02          16.69
                  Process Operator                    16.45             22.12             23.00             22.42          22.21
                           Welder                     17.92             14.50             28.93             18.49          20.83

            Distribution
                    Safety Manager                    22.34             13.00             27.88             23.42          23.42
           Shipping/Receiving Clerk                    9.38              7.32             23.00             11.20          10.83
                        Truck Driver                  10.15              7.00             18.00             11.67          14.66
             Warehouse Supervisor                     14.00              8.00             27.88             17.67          19.36
                   Fork Lift Operator                 10.85             10.00             16.00             12.12          12.45

Source: Pathfinders Wage & Fringe Benefits Report, Mobile Bay (May 2005)




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Table 11.1 (concluded)                 Professional & Services Industries, Selected Occupational Wages
                                       Pathfinders Wage & Benefits Survey, Mobile Bay (2005)


        WAGE SUMMARY                       Average             Low              High              Mean             Weighted
                                            Entry            Average           Average           Average           Average
                                            Wage              Wage              Wage              Wage              Wage
                                                                               Dollars
              Office
          Accounts P/R-Bookkeeper                     9.26              8.00             15.02             11.79          11.92
           Administrative Assistant                  10.49              6.50             22.97             13.42          15.28
                  Buyer/Purchaser                    14.63             11.28             42.40             19.83          17.59
                   Office Manager                    14.14              7.00             26.92             17.28          16.38
          Receptionist/Switchboard                    8.21              7.00             15.87              9.77           9.10

Information & Computer Systems
            Computer Programmer                      16.52             15.00             30.94             20.68          19.12
        Database Admin. Associate                    15.00             13.00             20.25             16.63          17.83
               Software Developer                    17.06             22.09             26.00             24.05          25.22

            Services
           Call Center Service Rep.                   8.16              9.27             15.00             11.69           9.40
             Food/Beverage Server                     4.31              2.15             11.98              6.85           3.61
                   Front Desk Clerk                   7.09              5.50             10.00              7.76           7.21
                             Janitor                  7.77              5.15             12.05              8.52           7.67
                   Restaurant Cook                    7.07              6.50              9.89              8.23           7.64
             Retail Sales Associate                   7.38              6.55             15.00              9.70          11.81

Source: Pathfinders Wage & Fringe Benefits Report, Mobile Bay (May 2005)




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Table 11.2                                               Selected Manufacturing Related Occupations (Mobile Bay Area)
                                                                       Alabama Department of Industrial Relations Survey
                                                                              Estimated       Mean     Mean Salary Entry     Experienced
                                   Occupation Title
                                                                             Employment      Wage $        $       Wage $      Wage $
Managers
      Construction Managers                                                           540      29.08       60,480    19.12          34.06
      Engineering Managers                                                            250      49.44      102,820    37.57          55.37
      Industrial Production Managers                                                  140      37.49       77,980    25.52          43.48
      Purchasing Managers                                                              60      35.07       72,940    22.23          41.48
      Transportation Storage & Distribution Managers                                  100      33.84       70,390    19.92          40.80
Professional
      Chemical Technicians                                                            130      22.25       46,290    16.68          25.04
      Chemists                                                                         90      29.37       61,100    19.06          34.53
      Compliance Officers (excludes Health & Safety)                                  120      21.00       43,690    13.25          24.88
      Cost Estimators                                                                 180      23.47       48,810    16.56          26.92
      Mechanical Drafters                                                             100      22.49       46,780    13.89          26.80

      Civil Engineering Technicians                                                   170      17.24       35,850    10.64          20.54
      Civil Engineers                                                                 320      31.39       65,280    20.16          37.00
      Electrical & Electronic Engineering Technicians                                 170      22.08       45,920    16.26          24.99
      Electrical Engineers                                                            170      37.33       77,660    27.60          42.20
      Electronics Engineers Except Computer                                            80      34.37       71,480    23.82          39.64
      Engineering Technicians Except Drafters All Other                                60      25.61       53,270    14.00          31.41
      Environmental Engineering Technicians                                             --     15.42       32,070     9.22          18.52
      Environmental Engineers                                                          50      33.43       69,540    21.39          39.45
      Health & Safety Engineers                                                        20      29.22       60,770    22.57          32.54
      Industrial Engineering Technicians                                               40      21.30       44,290    15.22          24.34
      Industrial Engineers                                                            100      31.06       64,600    21.33          35.92
      Mechanical Engineers                                                            170      38.15       79,360    29.51          42.48
Production
      First- Line Supervisors - Construction/Extraction/Production                   2170      22.38       46,555    14.54          26.30
      First- Line Supervisors - Laborers/Protection/Other                             340      17.46       36,305    10.60          20.88

       Assemblers                                                                       --     12.27       25,520     9.73          13.54
       Helpers - Electrical, Maintenance, Masonry                                       --     10.49       21,817     8.29          11.59
       Machine Operators & Setters - Extruding/Grinding/Welding/Soldering             210      12.19       25,355     9.31          13.63
       Carpenters                                                                     940      14.30       29,750    11.17          15.87
       Cement Masons & Concrete Finishers                                             150      10.00       20,800     7.52          11.24
       Construction & Building Inspectors                                             120      19.34       40,230    13.46          22.28
       Construction Laborers                                                         2010      10.18       21,170     7.09          11.72
       Electricians                                                                  1410      14.34       29,830    10.54          16.24
       Fiberglass Lamitors & Fabricators                                               60      11.66       24,250     9.06          12.96
       Grinding & Polishing Workers                                                     --     15.36       31,950    11.29          17.40
       Inspectors Testers Sorters Samplers & Weighers                                 450      14.46       30,070     9.13          17.12
       Lay- Out Workers Metal & Plastic                                                 --     15.40       32,030    12.10          17.05
       Machinists                                                                     300      16.30       33,890    13.13          17.88
       Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics                                               470      16.35       34,010    11.27          18.89
       Multiple Machine Tool Operators                                                 30      13.22       27,500     8.01          15.83
       Operating Engineers & Other Construction Equipment                             750      12.97       26,970     9.88          14.51
       Pipelayers                                                                     150      11.89       24,720     8.96          13.35
       Plumbers Pipefitters & Steamfitters                                           1140      15.85       32,980    11.23          18.17
       Prepress Technicians & Workers                                                  30      14.67       30,520    12.36          15.83
       Sheet Metal Workers                                                            630      14.65       30,460    10.39          16.77
       Structural Iron & Steel Workers                                                150      13.95       29,020    10.90          15.48
       Structural Metal Fabricators & Fitters                                         290      15.25       31,720    12.27          16.74
       Welders Cutters Solderers & Brazers                                            990      16.38       34,080    12.47          18.34

Source: Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, State of Alabama 2006 Wage Survey, Mobile County




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TABLE 12                         Workers Compensation & Unemployment Insurance
                                      Mobile Bay Area (Mobile & Baldwin Counties)
Workers Compensation
           Average Cost for All Manufacturing per $100 Payroll              $5.22 (weekly)
           Average Rate for Office Workers                                        $455.00
           Maximum Weekly Benefit                                                 $529.16
Unemployment Insurance
           Taxable Base                                                             $8,000
           Rate %
             Average Among Existing Employers                                      3.64%
             Average Among New Employers                                           2.70%
             Maximum Weekly Benefit                                               $210.00

Source: MACC




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TABLE 13.1                                                                     Labor - Management Relations
                                                                                            Mobile Bay Area
% of Workforce Represented by Unions 1/
                            Mobile Bay Area          Mobile County       Baldwin County
               All Workers           9.0%               9.0%                  8.6%
              Manufacturing          3.9%               2.8%                 11.0%

      Is the State Right to Work?          Yes

Union Elections -
  Companies w/50 or more Employees, Last 5 Years                             Number                % Won by Union
                 # and % Won by Unions in Manufacturing                                   0            -
                 # and % Won by Unions in Distribution                                    0            -
                 # and % Won by Unions in F.I.R.E.                                        0            -
          # and % Won by Unions in All Sectors                                            0            -

Union Elections - Companies w/50 or more Employees                            Union           SIC Code           Date
(Listing by Company, Last 5 Years
                                                                             NONE                 --               --
Strikes & Work Stoppages                                                Last Five Years
                                                                             NONE                 --               --
Strikes by Company (Listing by Company)                               Last Five Years
                                                                             NONE                 --               --

Source: Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce (MACC); Baldwin County Economic Development Alliance
   http://www.bls.gov/news.release/union2.t05.htm; http://www.unionstats.com/




Table 13.2                                              Major Private Firms with Union Representation
                                                                                              Number of          Staff
                  Company                          Industry                   Union           Employees        Unionized
                                                                                                Total
                                                                                                               (percent)
      Standard Furniture                           Furniture                    Teamsters              1,400        72
      Kimberly Clark                           Paper Products                 IBEW, PACE                 725        83
      Alabama Power 2/                          Energy Utility                      IBEW               1,152        53
      CIBA Specialty                             Chemicals                          PACE                 650        64
      Alabama State Port Authority             Transportation                    TRU, ILA                650        54
      Teledyne Continental Motors          Aircraft Piston Engines                   UAW                 450        55
      AT&T                                    Communications                         CWA                 315        63
      Olin Chemicals                             Chemicals                        IAMAW                  275        68
      Coca Cola Bottling Co.                     Soft Drinks                    Teamsters                300        58
      Mobile Gas Service Corp.                   Natural Gas                        PACE                 255        56
      Mobile Paperboard                        Paper Products                       PACE                 171        82
      Sarah Lee Bakery Group                  Bakery Products                        BCT                 246        44
      Huntsman Advanced Materials                Chemicals                          PACE                 160        56
      Armstrong World Industries              Industrial Goods                      PACE                 192        60
      Masonite International                 Door Manufacturer                   AFL-CIO                  37        49
      Mobile Register, Inc.                Newspaper Publishing                      G&C                 548         2

Source: Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce (Updated July 2007)
          Baldwin County Economic Development Alliance
1/ Note that share of payrolls "Represented" by Unions is a slightly larger share of workforce than share of workers
    who are "Union Members."
2/ Includes employment in adjacent counties




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TABLE 14                                                                                            Transportation - Air Service
Distance from Mobile Bay to 3 nearest commercial airports
        Commercial Airport                                             Miles
1 Mobile (Regional) MOB                             0 (I-1-65 @ Airport Blvd)
2 Pensacola (Regional) PNS                          58 (I-10 E, I-110 S, Exit 2)
3 Gulfport (Regional) GPT                           72 (I-10W, Exit 34A)
4 New Orleans (International) MSY                   154 (-10 W, Exit 235 B)

                                                                                 Mobile Regional Airport
                                           Name          Mobile Regional Airport                                  Passenger US Airways Express, American Eagle, Northwest Airlink,
                                      Hub Status         yes                                                        Service Delta Airlines, ASA, Continental Express
             Distance from the Community in Miles        <10 min.
                                   # of Runways          2                                                                    City                                     # of Daily Non-stop Flights
                                 Runway Lengths          Runway 14/32: 8,521' x 150' (2,597x46 m)                             Houston                                                       7
                                                         Runway 18/36: 4,376 x 150 ft. (1,334x46 m)                           Atlanta                                                       7
                                                         Helipad H1: 100 x 100 ft. (30x30 m)                                  Dallas / Ft. Worth                                            3
                                                                                                                              Memphis                                                       3
                                         Air Cargo       United Express, Continental, Comair                                  Charlotte                                                     4
                                                                                                                              Chicago                                                       1
                  Approved Capital Expansion Plan       N
                  Approved New Service by Carrier       Yes - see below                                                                   Total # of Daily Non-Stops, All Cities              50
         # of Days Closed due to weather (Last 3 Years) 0
                                                                                                                     Charter Mobil Air Center, Charter Service Inc., Million Air Mobile
                                                                                                                     Service
 Approved New Service:

 1) December 2006. American Eagle Airlines added a second daily round trip flight between MOB and Chicago O’Hare International Airport using its 44-seat Embraer ERJ-140 regional jet. Since then
 Chicago flights have been 90% full.
 2) September 2006. Delta Connection carrier Atlantic Southeast Airlines (ASA) resumed one daily round trip flight between MOB and Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. The service
 uses the 50-seat CRJ 100 jet.

 3) June 2005. American Eagle initiates service between MOB and Dallas Fort-Worth (DFW).




                                                                              Pensacola Regional Airport
                                      Hub Status         No                                                       Passenger American Airlines, Northwest Airlines,
             Distance from the Community in Miles        <60                                                        Service Delta connection, Delta, US Airways, AirTran
                                   # of Runways          2
                                 Runway Lengths          Runway 1: 7,004’ / 150’                                              City                                     # of Daily Non-stop Flights
                                                         Runway 2: 7,000' / 150’                                              Houston                                            6
                            Largest Aircraft Served      757 Service                                                          Atlanta                                          13
                                                                                                                              Dallas/Ft. Worth                                   6
                                         Air Cargo       Air-Tran Airways, Continental, Delta,                                Memphis                                            3
                                                         Northwest Airlink, US Airways                                        Charlotte                                          4
                                                                                                                              Chicago                                            2
                                                                                                                              Orlan do                                           3
Approved Capital Expansion Plan                        $63 million                                                            Tampa                                              6
        # of Days Closed due to weather (Last 3 Years) 3                                                                      Ft. Lauderdale                                     2
                  Approved New Service by Carrier      See below
                                                                                                                              Total # of Daily Non-Stops, All Cities           88



                                       Brookley Industrial Complex / Mobile Downtown Airport - General Aviation
            Air Freight            Airborne Express, FedEx, UPS, Emery Forwarding

          Key Features                 * 1,700 acre industrial complex owned and operated by the Mobile Airport Authority
                                       * Total corporate/industrial complex
                                       * Immediate connections to air, rail, and interstate transportation - adjacent to Interstate 10 and CSX Railroad
                                       * Water access to Mobile Bay/Gulf of Mexico
                                       * Fully operational airport with 9,600 ft. ILS runway
                                       * 4.5 million square feet of building space
                                       * Acreage for industrial sites
                                       * Foreign Trade Zone
                                       * 5-minutes from downtown Mobile

            Runways                    14-32: 9,600 feet, 150 feet wide
                                       18-36: 7,900 feet, 150 feet wide




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TABLE 14 (continued)                          Transportation: Port & Trade
ALABAMA STATE DOCKS, MOBILE:                                    PORT AUTHORITY FACILITIES:

  Acreage: Total - 4,000                                        McDuffie Terminals:
   Main Complex: 570                                            Total Tonnage for FY '05: 15.5 Million
  McDuffie Island: 556                                          Size: Largest on Gulf Coast
  Choctaw Point: 380+/- acres                                   Second Largest in Nation
  Other Sites: 2,098                                            Ground Capacity: 2.3 Million Tons
  Inland Docks: 462                                             Annual Throughput Capacity: 20 Million Tons
  Number of Berths: 37                                          Berths: 3; Shiploaders: 2; Ship Unloaders: 2

  Channel Depth:                                                Bulk Material Handling Plant:
  45 Feet to the Tunnels;                                       Tonnage FY '05: 2.8 Million
  40 Foot in the River Harbor                                   Ground Storage Capacity: 400,000 Tons
                                                                Covered Storage Capacity: 100,000 Tons
  4 Million sq. ft. of warehousing and open yards.              Major commodities: Import Coal, Iron Ore
                                                                Berths: 2; Barge Loader: 1
  Number of vessel calls: ASPA 892; Portwide: 1,341             Ship Loader: 1; Tower Unloaders: 2
  Revenue Producing Rail Car Movements: 79,756
                                                                General Cargo/Intermodal:
  2006 ASPA Tonnage: 24.3 Million                               Tonnage FY '05: 3.5 Million
                                                                Export %: 46; Import %: 54
  2006 ASPA Containers: 68,823 TEUs                             Berths: 27
  2005 ASPA Containers: 42,443 TEUs                             Major Commodities: Containers, Woodpulp, Iron & Steel,
  2004 ASPA Containers: 37,375 TEUs                             Lumber, Aluminum, Linerboard & Paper, Frozen Poultry
  2003 ASPA Containers: 23,960 TEUs
                                                                Theodore Terminals:
  Imports: Coal, Aluminum, Iron, Steel, Copper, Lumber,         Mobile Middle Bay Port:
  Woodpulp, Plywood, Fence Posts, Veneers, Roll and Cut         200 acres
  Paper, Cement, and Chemicals.                                 600-Foot Finger Pier
                                                                36-Foot Draft
  Exports: Coal, Lumber, Plywood, Woodpulp, OSB,
  Laminate, Flooring, Roll and Cut Paper, Iron, Steel, Frozen   Marine Liquid Bulk Terminal:
  Poultry, Soybeans, and Chemicals.                             Tonnage FY '05: 1.2 Million
                                                                1,100-Foot Pier
  Terminal Railway:                                             40-Foot Depth at Ship (east) Berth
  79,756 Revenue-Producing Movements                            12-Foot Depth at Barge (west) Berth
  Eight Locomotives
  247 Freight Wagons                                            Railways Serving Port:
  75 Miles of Track                                             CSX, Canadian National, Burlington Northern/Santa Fe,
                                                                Norfolk Southern & Kansas City Southern




Source: http://www.asdd.com/Asd/portfacts.htm
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TABLE 14 (concluded)                                       Transportation: Rail, Port & Trade
              Approved New Service:
              Approved New Service:
Foreign Trade Zones in Area
Designation                                                General Purpose Zone
Number                                                     82
Site/Location                                              Multiple sites: City of Mobile and throughout Mobile Bay
Operator                                                   Mobile Foreign Trade Zone Corporation
                                                           (251) 471-6725
                                                           gregjones@ftzcorp.com
Custom Port of Entry in the Area
Name                                                       Bureau of Customs and Boarder Protection
Site Location (City & Street Address:                      150 N. Royal St., Suite 3004, Mobile, AL 36602
Indicate it at a Port, Airport, FTZ, Bridge, etc.)         Port

Distribution
# of Bonded Warehouses in the Area                         N/A
# of Public Warehouses in the Area                         Multiple
# of Freight Forwarders Serving Area                       Multiple
# of Import/Export Brokers Serving Area                    Multiple
# of International Courier Firms Serving Area              Central Gulf Rail Service

Railroads (by rail carrier)
                                  Number of Railroads      6
                                    Class I Railroads      5
                                                           CSX, Canadian National, Burlington Northern/Santa Fe,
                                                           Norfolk Southern & Kansas City Southern

                                      Principle railyard   CSX rail yard located at port complex
                                                           adjacent to downtown Mobile

                               Passenger Rail Service      Amtrak
                                    Passenger Route        Crescent (New Orleans to New York via Atlanta)

Motor Carriers/Trucks
# of Common Carriers Serving the Area                      1,067
# of Common Carriers with Local Terminals                  63

Sources: www.ftzcorp.com, MACC, www.baldwineda.com




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TABLE 15                                                       Taxes, Mobile County

Corporate Income Tax/Franchise Tax                                     State            Local
  Rate (range)                                                                    6.5       0%
  Formula (e.g. Sales, Property & Payroll)                         6.5% of annual net
                                                                              income
  Federal Taxes Deductible                                                        yes       N/A
  Accelerated Depreciation Permitted (Yes or No)                                   no       N/A
Personal Income Tax                                                   State             Local
  Rate (Range)                                                               2%-5%          0%
  Earned Income                                                              2%-5%          0%
  Unearned Income (e.g. Dividend)                                            2%-5%          0%
Local Occupation Tax (Paid by Employee)                                Rate             Basis
  City Residents                                                                None      None
  Non-City Residents                                                            None      None
                             Rate                                                       Basis
  City Residents                                                               None       None
  Non-City Residents                                                           None       None
Gross Receipts Tax Rate by Type of Business
  A) Utilities: 4.0%
  B) Telecom: 6.0%
  C) Contracts to construct, reconstruct or build any public
  highway, road, bridge or street: 5%
Sales Tax Rate                                                 General Rate          Manufacturing
  State                                                                        4.0%      1.5%
  Local                                                                        1.5%      1.5%
  Total                                                                        5.5%      3.0%
Telephone                                                             Federal          State
  Local                                                                       3.00%     6.00%
  Long Distance In State                                                      3.00%     6.00%
  Long Distance Out of State                                                  3.00%     6.00%
Machinery & Equipment Subject to Sales/Use Tax                         State
  Production                                                                  1.50%
  Non-Production                                                              4.00%
  Pollution Control                                                           0.00%
  Office Furniture/Fixtures/Equipment                                         4.00%
Sales/Use Tax (Yes or No) on                                           State         County
  Office Building Construction Materials                                         yes       yes
  Industrial Building Construction Materials                                     yes       yes
  Manufacturers' Raw Materials                                                   yes       yes
  Standard Software                                                              yes       yes
  Custom Software                                                                yes       yes
  Intangible Property
     Describe What is Subject to Tax Rate (e.g. Accounts
     Receivable, Capital Stock)                                                None

  Basis & Rate                                                                  0%
  Stock Bond Transaction Fee (Yes or No & its Yes Rate)                        None

Souce: Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce




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TABLE 15 (continued)                                              Taxes
                       Ad Valorem Tax Rates

                                     County        School
        Municipality State Mills +    Mills   +     Mills     + Local Mills   =   Total Mills


     Bayou La Batre       6.5    +     20.5   +        21.5   +      5        =      53.5
         Chickasaw        6.5    +     20.5   +        21.5   +     4.5       =       53
          Citronelle      6.5    +     20.5   +        21.5   +      6        =      54.5
             Creola       6.5    +     20.5   +        21.5   +      0        =      48.5
     Dauphin Island       6.5    +     20.5   +        21.5   +      5        =      53.5
         Mt. Vernon       6.5    +     20.5   +        21.5   +      0        =      48.5
          Saraland        6.5    +     20.5   +        21.5   +     3.5       =       52
          Satsuma         6.5    +     20.5   +        21.5   +      5        =      53.5

            Mobile        6.5    +     20.5   +        29.5   +      7        =      63.5
           Prichard       6.5    +     20.5   +        29.5   +      5        =      61.5

     Unincorporated       6.5    +     20.5   +        21.5   +      0        =      48.5

                       General Sales & Use Tax Rates

                     State Tax   County Tax   Local Tax   Total Tax
        Municipality     %     +    %       +    %      =     %


     Bayou La Batre        4     +     1.5    +        3.5    =      9
         Chickasaw         4     +     1.5    +         4     =     9.5
          Citronelle       4     +     1.5    +         3     =     8.5
             Creola        4     +     1.5    +         3     =     8.5
     Dauphin Island        4     +     1.5    +         2     =     7.5
         Mt. Vernon        4     +     1.5    +         4     =     9.5
          Saraland         4     +     1.5    +         3     =     8.5
          Satsuma          4     +     1.5    +         3     =     8.5

            Mobile         4     +      1     +         4     =       9
           Prichard        4     +      1     +         5     =      10

     Unincorporated        4     +     1.5    +         0     =     5.5


Souce: Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce


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TABLE 15      (concluded)                                 Taxes
                       Machinery Sales & Use Tax Rates

                       State Tax   County Tax   Local Tax     Total Tax
        Municipality       %     +     %      +    %      =      %


     Bayou La Batre       1.5    +     1.5    +      1    =       4
         Chickasaw        1.5    +     1.5    +     1.5   =      4.5
          Citronelle      1.5    +     1.5    +    0.75   =     3.75
             Creola       1.5    +     1.5    +     1.5   =      4.5
     Dauphin Island       1.5    +     1.5    +      3    =       6
        Mt. Vernon        1.5    +     1.5    +      4    =       7
          Saraland        1.5    +     1.5    +      1    =       4
          Satsuma         1.5    +     1.5    +      2    =       5

            Mobile        1.5    +      1     +     2     =      4.5
           Prichard       1.5    +      1     +    0.75   =     3.25

     Unincorporated       1.5    +     1.5    +      0    =      3


                       Automotive Sales & Use Tax Rates

                     State Tax   County Tax   Local Tax       Total Tax
        Municipality     %     +     %      +    %      =        %


     Bayou La Batre        2     +      1     +      1    =       4
         Chickasaw         2     +      1     +     1.5   =      4.5
          Citronelle       2     +      1     +    0.75   =     3.75
             Creola        2     +      1     +     1.5   =      4.5
     Dauphin Island        2     +      1     +      2    =       5
        Mt. Vernon         2     +      1     +     0.5   =      3.5
          Saraland         2     +      1     +     1.5   =      4.5
          Satsuma          2     +      1     +      2    =       5

            Mobile         2     +     0.5    +     2     =      4.5
           Prichard        2     +     0.5    +    0.75   =     3.25

     Unincorporated        2     +     1.5    +      0    =      3.5


Souce: Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce


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Table 16                Commercial Real Estate Survey
                        Mobile County & Baldwin County

2006 Advertised Office For Lease:
• total properties included 156
• asking lease rate per s.f. median $12.00 on 141 buildings reporting
• building s.f. median 8,375 on 84 buildings reporting
• total building s.f. 2,639,679 on 84 buildings reporting
• total available s.f. 1,497,083 on 132 buildings reporting
• available s.f. median 5,900 on 132 buildings reporting

2006 Advertised Office For Sale:
• total properties included 96
• sale price median $497,000 on 92 buildings reporting
• building s.f. median 7,350 on 52 buildings reporting
• sales price per bldg. s.f. median $93.33 on 52 buildings reporting
• site s.f. median 34,352.50 on 40 sites reporting
• sales price per site s.f. median $14.81 on 40 sites reporting

Note: This data covers only properties advertised for lease and for sale as an indication of current
market activity. They do not represent the total inventory. For example, the “building s.f.” represents
only buildings that are advertised with available space. Owner-occupied property is excluded, also.


2006 Advertised Industrial For Lease (Buildings + Lots):
• total properties included 53
• asking lease rate per s.f. median $4.38 on 43 buildings reporting
• building s.f. median 14,000 on 35 buildings reporting
• total building s.f. 1,061,932 on 35 buildings reporting
• total available s.f. 998,156 on 48 buildings reporting
• available s.f. median 10,200 on 48 buildings reporting

2006 Advertised Industrial For Lease (Lots only):
• total properties included 2
• asking lease rate per s.f. median $11.25 on 2 sites reporting
• total available s.f. 69,135 on 2 sites reporting
• available s.f. median 34,568 on 2 sites reporting

2006 Advertised Industrial For Sale (Buildings + Lots):
• total properties included 53
• sale price median $637,500 on 50 buildings reporting
• building s.f. median 17,208 on 29 buildings reporting
• sales price per bldg. s.f. median $42.10 on 26 buildings reporting
• site s.f. median 213,444 on 35 sites reporting
• sales price per site s.f. median $4.17 on 32 sites reporting

Source: Office Report; Industrial Report Winter 2006, Center for Real Estate Studies,
University of S. Alabama http://www.southalabama.edu/mcob/realestate/




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TABLE 17                                                                              Utilities
Selected Telecommunications Companies                    Local         Interchange           Wireless
 Serving Mobile County                                 Exchange         Carrier IXC           Only
        AT&T (formerly BellSouth)                          x                 x
        Birch Telecom                                      x                 x
        ITC DeltaCom                                       x                 x
        Newsouth Communications                            x                 x
        TimeWarner Telecom                                 x                 x
        (formerly Xspedius &E.Spire)

         Comcast 2/                                         x
         Verizon/MCI                                                        x                   x
         Global Crossing 5/                                                 x
         WilTel Communications, LLC 3/                                      x
         ALLTel                                                                                 x

         AT&T (formerly Cingular Wireless)                                                      x
         Sprint / NexTel                                                                        x
         Southerline Wireless (regional)                                                        x
         (Southern Company is parent)
         T-Mobile                                                                               x
         Verizon Wireless                                                                       x

Source: FCC; Public & Private sources
   http://gullfoss2.fcc.gov/cib/form499/499a.cfm

1/ Incumbent local exchange carrier
2/ Incumbent digital cable service (voice, broadband, television)

Notes:
A. Interchange Carrier (IXC) - A telecommunications provider that provides service between
    local exchanges onan interstate or intrastate basis.
B. Competitive local exchange carrier (CLEC) - a firm that owns/leases the "last mile"
    that connects main lines to businesses and residences.




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TABLE 17       (concluded)                                 Utilities

Utilities-Natural Gas
 Mobile Gas Service Corporation (EnergySouth subsidiary)
 South Alabama Utilities

Electricity
  Alabama Power (Southern Company subsidiary)
  Baldwin County Electric


Water
 Mobile Water Service System (MAWSS)
 http://www.mawss.com/
 South Alabama Utilities
 Mobile County Water Department
 LeMoyne Water System, Inc (municipal-owned)
 Prichard Water Works & Sewer Board

Solid Waste
Waste Management Inc.

Source: MACC




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TABLE 18                                                 Environment
Air Quality
   Area in Attainment for Federal Air Pollution
                                                                Yes                                  Ozone              Yes
                                   Regulations
                                 Sulfur Dioxide                 Yes                       Carbon Monoxide               Yes
                              Nitrogen Dioxide                  Yes                        Particular Matter            Yes
      State Instituted a One-Stop Air & Water
                                                                Yes                                    Lead             Yes
                     Quality Permitting System

Hazardous Waste
Hazardous Waste Permit                            1 yr + (needs legislative approval)

Nearest Licensed Hazardous Waste Disposal Site        Facility                                City                    Distance
                                            Chemical Waste Management                        Emelle                   150 miles
Contact Information                              Name of Agency                             Address                 Telephone #
                                                                                        P.O. Box 30463,          ph (334) 271-7711
Air Quality                                                    ADEM
                                                                                        Montgomery, AL           fx (344) 271-7950
                                                                                        P.O. Box 30463,          ph (334) 271-7712
Water Quality                                                  ADEM
                                                                                        Montgomery, AL           fx (344) 271-7951
Hazardous Waste                              Chemical Waste Management                       Emelle               (205) 652-9721
# of Licensed Hazardous Waste Haulers Serving the Area  20

Landfill Location:

Chastang Landfill (non-hazardous) - Mobile, County
* Chastang Landfill is a Sub-title D landfill
 * Potential remaining life at Chastang = 93 years at current volume

Other Sites:
Alabama has a large number of permitted landfills that are strategically located across the state. This information can also be located
on the ADEM web-page at the following address:
www.adem.alabama.gov/LandDivision/SolidWaste/Reports/Landfill.html

In addition, ADEM personnel are available to discuss in detail any questions/concerns that are related to the disposal of solid waste
materials in Alabama.




Water Quality:
Issue: The Mobile River, from Mobile Bay north to Cold Creek, is listed on the Department's 303(d) List of Impaired Waters
due to mercury.




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TABLE 19                                                    GOVERNMENT (Mobile Bay Area)
                                                              Baldwin County                    Mobile County

City Government (largest city)                                        Daphne                          Mobile
Form (Structure)                                             Weak Mayor - Strong Council     Weak Mayor - Strong Council
# of Elected Officials                                                       8                               8
Mayor                                                              Fred Small                      Sam Jones
   Years in Office                                                           4                               2
   Next Election Date                                                    2008                            2009
City Manager (Yes or No)                                                   No                              No


County Government                                             Baldwin County                    Mobile County
Form (Structure)                                                Commissioner                     Commissioner
  # of Elected Officials                                                   4                                3
  Top Elected Officials                                         Commissioner                     Commissioner
                                         Wayne Gruenloh                                        Stephen Nodine
  Years in Office                                                         1                               3
  Next Election Date                                                   2010                            2008
County Manager (Yes or No)                                               No                             Yes


State Government
Form (Structure)
  # of Elected Officials                                                   140                            140
Upper House Representing Area                                                2                              4
  Total Statewide Upper House                                               35                             35
Lower House Representing Area                                                5                              7
  Total Statewide Lower House                                              105                            105

Governor
  Name                                                              Bob Riley
  Years in Office                                                           3
  Current Term Expiration Date                                      Jan. 2007
  Allowed to Run for Another Term (Yes or No)                             yes
  Next Election Date                                                Nov. 2010
US Congressional Districts
  US Congressional District                                     5th Congressional District
  Representative                                                              Jo Bonner
     Years in Office                                                         Since 2002
     Current Term Expiration Date                                             Jan. 2008
     Next Election Date                                                       Nov. 2008

US Senators Serving Area
Name                                                             Jeff Sessions
  Years in Office                                                  Since 1997
  Current Term Expiration Date                                       Jan. 2009
  Next Election Date                                                Nov. 2008
  US Senators Serving Area
Name                                                            Richard Shelby
  Years in Office                                                   since 1987
  Current Term Expiration Date                                            2005
  Next Election Date                                                      2008

Sources: Mobile County Commission, City of Mobile
  http://www.co.baldwin.al.us; http://www.co.mobile.al.us                                                                  56 of 59
TABLE 20                                       Quality of Life, Environment & Taxes (Mobile Bay)

Climate & Environment 1/
Climate                                        Subtropical

       Daily Temperature (30-Yr Normals) 2/         Maximum                  Minimum             Average
                                      July            91.3                     73.2               82.1
                                   January            59.7                     40.0               50.4
                                   Annual             77.4                     57.4               67.1

                                                 Annual Average
                          Rainfall in Inches                67.08
                         Snowfall in Inches                     0
      Wind Speed Miles/Hour, Annual Avg 3/                  10.75
                                Clear Days                    103
                        Partly Cloudy Days                    116

Elevation (Mean Feet Above Sea Level) 3/              Range                   Average
                                                     sea level - 300            170
Income Taxes
  Personal Income Tax (RATE in Ranges)                                      Rate Range
    State                                                                     2%-5%
      Local                                                                     0%
      Local Occupation Tax                                                     None

                                                                            Rate Range            Basis
  Wage/Occupational Tax                                                        None                N/A

Sales Tax                                            Personal                Business          Manufacturing
  Major Exemptions                                           None
  State Rate                                                 4.0%                      4.0%                1.5%
  Local Rate 2/                                          1.5% - 4%                 1.5% - 4%               1.5%

Detailed Summaries of Attractions & Quality of Life
Mobile Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau                                       www.mobile.org
Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce (MACC)                                 www.mobilechamber.org


Source: Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce; Baldwin County Economic Development Alliance
                                                                                                       1



  Southeast Regional Climate Center
Notes:
1/ NOAA, 30-year normals, http://www.srh.noaa.gov/mob/mob_normals.shtml
 http://www.southalabama.edu/cwrc/mobileclimate.html
2/ Mobile County (excluding Baldwin County)
3/ BaldwinCounty (excluding Mobile County)




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Public Schools Promote Progress
Mobile County and its Suburb (Baldwin) are Both Leaders

Figure 1               Math Scores are Highest in Mobile County

  90
  85
  80
  75
  70
  65
  60
  55
  50
  45
  40
           3rd Grade                     4th Grade                 8th Grade

       Mobile County    Baldwin County        Montgomery County   Birmingham City

Source: Alabama Reading & Math Test (ARMT), 2005-2006



Figure 2               Reading Scores are Highest in Mobile County

 90
 85
 80
 75
 70
 65
 60
 55
 50
          3rd Grade                      4th Grade                8th Grade

       Mobile County    Baldwin County       Montgomery County    Birmingham City


Source: Alabama Reading & Math Test (ARMT), 2005-2006

            Figure1                                                                 3rd Grade4th Grade
                       Mobile County                                                    82   #
                       Baldwin County                                                   78   #
                       Montgomery County                                                76   #
                       Birmingham City                                                  68   #


            Figure2                                                                 3rd Grade4th Grade
                       Mobile County                                                    83   #
                       Baldwin County                                                   75   #
                       Montgomery County                                                78   #
                       Birmingham City                                                  75   #




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High Quality of Life in Mobile Bay




           Mobile Bay Area 1/




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