In regards to the gentleman who thinks the new Brittain dealership will detract from the environment with all of its lights and signs, I feel he needs to think of all the people affected by this move to relocate.
First of all, it's going to be a beautiful new building designed to the specifications that Chevrolet has set for all of its other dealerships. As for the signs and lights, give me a break ... has any of the signs and lights bothered anyone in its current location?
I have been employed with Brittain Chevrolet for 18 years. Tom Brittain had a choice to make. He could have shut down the dealership and walked away. But he chose to move it and keep it open.
All of the employees would lose their jobs along with the revenue the village of East Palestine gets from its tax base.
Yes, there will be new jobs created from its relocation also. So why don't the people of East Palestine get behind Mr. Brittain and look forward to this new beautiful building and all of the future jobs it will create for this area?