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Portland’s ‘ridiculous’ welcome

Publisher's Notebook

May 17, 2013

It is just one more example of why it is so tough to do business in Chautauqua County....

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Donnar

May-17-13 8:31 AM

Ridiculous is an understatement. They are cabins in a ghost town people! It sure sends a message to anyone interested in a property purchase in the Town.

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commentor

May-17-13 9:46 AM

This is what happens when unqualified people are calling the shots. It is happening all over. They get on these boards for all the wrong reasons. Some of them being.....ego, power & control they think they have, some are even paid.

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FedUpTaxpayer

May-17-13 12:58 PM

After reading the last article on this topic I researched Signe Rominger and found her resume online. She may be over qualified. She has a bachelors degree in music from FSU, managed the Fredonia Chamber Players and was in an administrative position before working in the Arkwright tax assessors office. I know for a fact that anyone can be hired for code enforcement as long as the 55 hour certification coarse is completed within a year. My hair stylist had to train for 2000 hours and get a state license before wielding a comb and scissors.

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whoseits

May-17-13 2:59 PM

NEED A CHANGE ON THE ZONING BOARD AND CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER.YOUNG FRESH ENTERGETIC,EDUCATED IN COMMERCE WITH A THIRST FOR THE FUTURE AN A VISION.

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concerned

May-17-13 7:16 PM

WELCOME TO PORTLAND NEW YORK!! Where the nuts run the asylum!

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CountyResident

May-17-13 9:39 PM

Let this be a lesson to Portland & the county as a whole.And I honestly think The spielberg`s should sue the town.Lost revenue,mental anguish,ect. Seriously

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Chuck392

May-17-13 9:46 PM

The sad part is that this very same request could have gone to almost any other town in the county and would have gone without a hitch. That said, there could be more to the story and we may be hearing only one side.

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