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Dunkirk discusses possible construction moratorium

June 1, 2013

In a push to rezone the area along Route 60 not for major housing developments, the Dunkirk Town Board raised the possibility of enacting a temporary, short-term moratorium on construction in the......

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concerned

Jun-01-13 5:54 PM

Rodrickson the developer pulled the plug on the housing project a long time ago. If I lived on route60 I would want to zone it commercial also my property value would go out of site sell it and retire right Jaun?

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Captain

Jun-01-13 3:20 PM

If NRG closes its Dunkirk facility, there's no question the city and all the surrounding areas are pretty much doomed. Not a big loss in the number of private sector jobs per se, albeit they are just a few of the good-paying jobs left (other than Purina and public workers), but it'll still be a crippling loss of revenue from the city's largest taxpayer. The board agreed to spend $2,100 for courtroom doors at the Town Hall, citing safety reasons to justify it? I guess they mine as spend what they can now, cuz if NiMo does close....

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commentor

Jun-01-13 10:26 AM

Haven't you heard, NRG is out taxes are going up. There is nothing coming to Dunkirk except more welfare and now spilling into Fredonia. Fredonia best do something to stop it or they can become one with Dunkirk.

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FedUpTaxpayer

Jun-01-13 9:50 AM

I'd rather see Dunkirk go from this...

"The board is looking into zoning property around the Route 60 area as commercial in order to attract more jobs."

To this...

The board is looking into lowering property taxes in order to attract more jobs.

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Rodrickson

Jun-01-13 2:58 AM

I thought the housing project in the city/town was approved?

Full speed ahead to more welfare condos!

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