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New business coming to area

Nulife Glass expected soon in Sheridan industrial loop area

June 10, 2013

SHERIDAN — Progress is being seen in an old, abandoned property at 3213 Middle Road in the industrial loop area in the town of Sheridan, where cathode ray tube (CRT) recycling company Nulife Glass N......

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Jun-11-13 9:15 AM

Holy smokes! Some people are getting a thrill out of twisting my words. I hope Nulife is a "smashing success". My observation is that our area is not business friendly because of our excessive taxes and union dominance. If you doubt me just consider the latest census figures and take a trip down memory lane. Anyone remember True Temper, Great Lakes Color Printing, Alumax, Kraft Foods, Marsh Valve, Roblin Steel, Alco, Van Raalte, NRG, Allegheny Ludlum, M. Wile etc. etc. etc. We offer a very difficult environment for any buisiness to survive and succeed. Consider the facts before you start throwing darts at those who bring you the truth.

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Jun-11-13 9:01 AM

omg...get a grip people....why can't we all just get along. Let's welcome new businesses and quit sending them away. Some people just feel the need to complain about everything.

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Jun-11-13 7:12 AM


Thanks, I didn't know that. I knew they recycled CRTs but didn't know what they did with the various components.

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Jun-10-13 7:36 PM

Can't wait for all the self proclaimed experts to start telling us how hazardous to our health this place will be. The last place to do this type of operation was International glass they where located in the old great lakes press building.

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Jun-10-13 5:43 PM

Last place used crushed glass for reflective paint on roads.

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Jun-10-13 12:19 PM

No, Christopher, it's not unbelievable. It's expected. Most of the comments are from the usual suspects; naysayers, complainers, curmudgeons and know-it-alls who have nothing better to do than to throw barbs at any piece of positive news and to show how smart and experienced they are at determining the viability of any endeavor.

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Jun-10-13 11:34 AM

The people who were laid off from Petri's and Lake Shore Hospital can go work over there, how nice.

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Jun-10-13 10:39 AM

An article appears about a positive development, and the boo birds crawl out from beneath the rocks. Unbelievable! And of course, Phil has to bring unions into the mix, as usual, even though any efforts to unionize would be pretty difficult.

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Jun-10-13 9:50 AM


I was going to ask, didn't we have a similar facility in the same general area before?

As I recall it didn't outlive the tax breaks it was given, hopefully this one will.

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Jun-10-13 9:47 AM

OMG furnaces? Wait until Judeye hears about the new source of greenhouse gases right in her backyard.

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Jun-10-13 8:54 AM

I believe we had a CRT recycling plant in Sheridan years ago. Here is our chance to tax them to death and form that union as soon as possible.

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Jun-10-13 6:07 AM

Has the Chamber of Commerce ever had a brunch in Sheridan - How many *********s does it take to screw in a lightbulb !

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