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Local manufacturer moving out but not going away

April 18, 2013

A local manufacturer is planning to move from its city of Dunkirk location — but not to worry — the jobs will stay local....

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Captain

Jan-13-14 8:06 AM

IDA Dir Bill Daly claims he spent 3 yrs searching for a feasible site and finalizing this deal? I'm pretty sure Lorenzo Trucking vacated this bldg more than 3 yrs ago. I also seem to recall that a key part of these negotiations was contingent upon the county agreeing to acquire ownership of DMP's Deer St bldg.

No doubt this is a great deal for DMP. It provides more space to house all operations under 1 roof and potential growth, but I don't agree with Daly's exaggerated assessment regarding how beneficial this deal is to the county. It merely shuffled around existing jobs, provided favorable conditions for DMP to purchase the Chadwick Bay bldg, and allowed DMP to unload its Deer St bldg. Mr Daly considers this a win/win?

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225522

Apr-19-13 10:05 AM

Had nuff... I think you are right. At least the jobs remain in the area.

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hadenough

Apr-18-13 9:02 AM

I am going out on a limb here but I do think that the taxes the business paid to the city will be reduced or cut off entirely. And I also predict that there will be no water, gas or sewage bills being delievered to the address. Looks like Dunkirk takes another hit. when is the elected leader going to wake up? It's fireworks over employment. Can't beat that logic.

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