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Special meeting on County Home Oct. 9

October 2, 2013

MAYVILLE — Legislators are preparing to question a second potential purchaser for the Chautauqua County Home. Jay Gould, legislature chairman, has called for a special meeting on Oct....

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Marcia

Oct-03-13 5:10 PM

This is such a bad deal it isn't funny. Curren employees can "apply" for jobs. No guarantees. Current residents May be able to stay, but what about new openings? I don't trust them. The price has gone down. Why is it every single company comes in at exactly the same price? No one is willing to pay more for this facility? And why is the deadline October 31? To insure that they don't have enough tiome to investigate this operation?? Edwards wants to jab it to the county and the unions before he leaves.

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instigator

Oct-03-13 9:46 AM

so who got the bribes from the incompetent union?

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localresident

Oct-02-13 6:25 PM

The well wasn't drilled to market the home, it as recommended by an Authority in NY state. Please re-read the article.

How is it that every time someone wants to buy the place, it's always a one-star place buying it? Any thought to the fact that the CCH is rated one-star as well?

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Steiner

Oct-02-13 5:57 PM

commentor, you missed my wattless current comment. It can only mean you dont know anything about science. tell me about diversity now.

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commentor

Oct-02-13 10:27 AM

Thought you didn't like Avi hey? This home will be sold and the longer it takes the worse the deal will be. The Home is worth what you can get for it on the open market. Union workers keep up the fight you will end up with less and less. In the end it will be you who will be responsible for some half a--ed owner who will run the place into the ground.

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notalways

Oct-02-13 8:54 AM

Why is the sale price always been 16.5? It is now much less becuase we will give them the 1,299,424 that the county has already spent. The accounts recievable amount has always been kick around to make thing look better or worse, at least they finally have to put it out there so they can give it away. Sounds like an idea the IDA would have come up with. How much more time and MONEY are we going to waste on Edwards temper tantrum to sell the county home instead of using it to help save the county home that is home to our elderly. I can't wait for 11/15!!!

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Steiner

Oct-02-13 8:13 AM

i was waiting for the electrical phenomena known as wattless current to appear in the posts. how selling the home is a bad idea ! Wattless current is the term used for amps in an electrical circuit that heat up the wire , but do no actual work. Thats a liberal in the real world. Save the home they shrill in voice. say things like quality, govt is great etc. Let me hear that wattless current in posts from the libs !

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PoliticianPENNYWISEDOLLARSTUPID

Oct-02-13 7:28 AM

So this new offer the Company wants everything Including $1,299,424.78 in accounts receivable. hahahahahahahaha. So $16.5 million minus $1.2 million sold for $15.3 Million. O wait another minute, I forgot about the " Legacy Cost" As outlined in the CGR Report." at least $15 million, using the low end of the OPEB estimate" So $15.3 million minus the $15 Million low estimate, yep, thats $ 0.3 million after the sale.

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