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Cafaro to move HQ

Considering Niles location

October 30, 2013

NILES — Cafaro Company expects within the next 24 months to move its corporate headquarters out of the Youngstown building where it has operated for 53 years and is considering a relocation to the......

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JohnnyWalnuts

Nov-04-13 10:42 AM

Take a drive down Belmont Ave and that will tell you why they want to move.

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dstabt

Nov-02-13 8:53 PM

WRazor looks like you have a problem with someone speaking the truth....

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WRazor

Oct-31-13 12:39 PM

Mr Wrong Do you really believe what you write? If you havent been paying attention the standard is to make life miserable for mean old companies and actually if I were them I would have parachuted out years ago and went to the ocean to sell surfboards and NEVER EVER PUT UP WITH THE LIKES OF YOU AND ALL THE UNGRATEFUL COMMUNITIES AND pain in the ass EMPLOYEES Be glad they have a heart for this pathetic area even through this unfounded hatred and constant badgering

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dstabt

Oct-31-13 2:32 AM

Bettyboop I see it also as a win win, but you know, I can hear some of those employees crying foul if they live in y-town and have to drive to Niles.

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paulydel

Oct-30-13 7:34 PM

Smart move. Nothing like looking over your kingdom.

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liemonger

Oct-30-13 4:04 PM

"Her son is a grade-A douchebag. "

Probably couldn't be a band phag like you or have parents that use child slave labor.

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stpand43

Oct-30-13 3:01 PM

' He denied a company move from Mahoning County has any connection to Mahoning County's decision to move the Department of Job and Family Services from a Cafaro-owned property to a downtown building purchased by the county '

the youngstown libs messed with the bull... they got the horns. i hope they will re open Cherry's Top o' the Mall.

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countyresident

Oct-30-13 10:17 AM

Welcome!

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pahootaman

Oct-30-13 9:43 AM

I remember back in the 90's, Phyllis Cafaro would walk around the halls of the EWM and complain to individual store managements if their store music was too loud or if she didn't like their displays.

Her son is a grade-A douchebag.

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FamilyGuy

Oct-30-13 9:40 AM

Let's hope that Niles City and Trumbull County officials aggressively pursue the relocation of this firm and the jobs coming with them.

It's a jungle out there and the most competitive will prevail.

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thebear402

Oct-30-13 7:32 AM

Smart decision.

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mrright

Oct-30-13 7:04 AM

Tax breaks, that goes without saying, The Cafaro's own Niles politics, lock, stock and barrel.(That includes Trumbull County Commissioners)

Plus, there ware lawsuits that didn't go there way with Mahoning Cty commissioners.

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BettyBoop

Oct-30-13 6:59 AM

Actually it is a smart decision considering the age of the building and the location that is in an area that is not as safe as it once was. And for the employees, they will not have to pay the 2.75% local taxes to the city of Youngstown, they will pay 1.5% local taxes to the city of Niles, which means more money in their pocket. So it is a win-win situation...

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