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Buyer found for EP building

August 19, 2013

EAST PALESTINE — A buyer has been found for the building that houses the village administrative offices at 144 N. Market S....

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ou812ic

Aug-19-13 10:35 AM

Elzer = Charlie Browns teacher - blah blah blah blah blah. Election Dya People!!

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jasonreager

Aug-19-13 8:31 AM

Stofit: At times I believe Mr. Elzer has nothing to do with some of the issues at hand. Those issues are a product of past "good ol' boys" activity. There was more to Brittain wanting to move than GM. You can also bet your last buck if the EPA mandates water and sewer to Unity, then it will be done with East Palestine providing it,again without annexation. Believe me, if it happens, watch out, 14 will grow like bad weeds.

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EPWatch

Aug-19-13 7:46 AM

In regards to the sewer, as I understand it EP has no choice in the matter. By law, they cannot extend sewer service outside the village limits and they cannot annex the residents in question because a majority of them refuse to allow it. But the EPA has ordered the township and the residents to tap into the EP line, and EP cannot refuse this order. So now those residents have even less reason to ever want to be part of an annexation and if the increased flow of sewage exceeds the plant capacity, the EPA will order the village to expand the plant at great cost to the village. A classic Catch-22 with EP helpless to stop it and caught in the middle.

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STofit

Aug-19-13 6:49 AM

Mr Elzer is a part of the good ole boy network that is destroying East Palestine. From what I have been reading the city hasn't given any one sewage. with tap in fees and a monthly bill for a service only a few needed. East Palestine needs to attract residents to the city, not move the city to other areas. As for development on 14, do we really need another Calcutta? If Britains was ordered by GM to build a new dealership, I haven't seen any activity downtown on the property they currently own. They bought all those areas to keep other dealers out so perhaps the city should make them do something with them, or are they too a part of the "network"

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