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State Should Help German Business

April 21, 2013

Good economic news can be hard to come by in Chautauqua County. County residents should be excited, then, when plans are announced that a new company may locate in the area....

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May-14-13 9:50 AM have no idea what you are talking about.

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May-01-13 4:18 PM

jtownfan. I do know who owned this company and I know the "whole" story. Poor management, arrogant attitudes, no improvements to inventory and quality control, unsafe working environment, never dealing with issues... Not a great experience but anyone could see that train wreck coming three years out.

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Apr-28-13 1:51 PM

oldlady- Know what you talk about before you comment please. Do you know who owned them? Do you know the whole story? Failure to improve what? Bad press had nothing to do with their closing. Did you work there? fedup-sorry to tell you but everywhere in the country gives tax breaks to bring business to their community, ask around.

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Apr-23-13 3:57 PM

If you are a "job creator" you need to be coddled and loved. If you don't believe me, just ask them. <:EYEROLL:>

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Apr-21-13 7:36 PM

Great! A brand new company comes into the state and gets tax breaks that others here won't get. Basically businesses already here will be subsidizing the new one(s). It would be much better to lower taxes on everyone. THAT would be the optimal business climate. The increase in businesses would raise tax revenue eventually. In the interim, any revenue shortfall could be compensated for by allowing fracking to go forward.

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Apr-21-13 8:40 AM

Good news mostly. Hope they are a better managed company than AFA was. Also, hope they treat people with dignity and seek out the input of experienced employees at all levels. AFA employees paid a price for years of failure to improve so when tough times or bad press hit they could not weather the storm. Let's hope for more from this company.

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