National Pipes and Plastics
1/3/2013 (Updated 7:00:39 PM)Some West Endicott residents are still fuming over the approval of National Pipes and Plastic to their area.
Rose Sotak the Town of Union Supervisor say benefits will include locals jobs, and a boost in business for surrounding stores.
Some protestors like Sean King who live in West Endicott are more concerned with the increase in street traffic, chemicals, and noise.
"By plopping National Pipe and Plastics in the middle of a residential area is not the answer. And I think the Town of Union has made the decision that West Endicott isn't important and West Endicott has no future. That it is going to be a slum," said Sean King a West Endicott Resident.
"It's been there, there's been an industry there before, and that building has been sitting there. So it's not like a new arrival in their back yard," said Rose Sotak the Town of Union Supervisor.
Sean King says he recently received a letter from the town attorney advising him to quote: "cease and desist in your threatening communication to the Town of Union".
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