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Curb the lack of enthusiasm

March 15, 2013

With the impending General Electrict Ohio Lamp Plant closing in Warren, and the grim scenes of an RG Steel auction this week fresh on everybody’s minds, it’s important to remember just how far the......

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speedy50

Mar-15-13 1:23 PM

the article fails to mention (although hints at it) that our local population has decreased significantly also. We need to make ourselves inviting to businesses to locate and grow here, or share the same fate as the old coal towns in PA.

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Billdog

Mar-15-13 11:55 AM

Some would complain if you told them to stay home and you would provide for all their needs. Sorry, da gooberment, be'in doin dat fer some time now.

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mycommonsense

Mar-15-13 11:00 AM

We are not encouraged about fracking because we know it will end in disaster Our leaders will not stop this disaster and it will be the beginning of the end of life as we have known it.

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eyesonyou2

Mar-15-13 6:52 AM

Yes,at one time my cup runneth over but today it is only half full.

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WarrenProud

Mar-15-13 5:47 AM

Yes, Steel, LIghting, and Packard are all but gone. The valley will never return to the day of industrial might. Shale is not the answer as it is an environmental disaster already shown by D&L Energy dumping it's waste products down the storm drain and into the Mahoning River the same as the steel industry killed that river by using it as their sewer years ago before environmental laws went into effect.

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