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forklift driver

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The final days of the steel mill are finally here?
« on: October 13, 2021, 09:21:12 AM »
A local blogger is reporting the steel mill has now been told in writing it must reopen by February? Even James Shamderson is admitting he HOPES the mill will reopen. That don't sound like the usual James Shamderson with his soon it will reopen answers. Looks like the final days are finally here?


Sources say Liberty Steel must reopen by Feb. 1 or the new zoning takes effect
Scott Harper/GAB News•4 hours ago

February 1, 2022.
According to two sources, if Liberty Steel Georgetown is not back up and running by that date, the property will be rezoned and manufacturing will no longer be a permissible use at that location. 
During a meeting of the Georgetown Business Association Tuesday evening, organization president Jack McManus told the members in attendance he was told about the Feb. 1 deadline by a city official.
Chris Inglese of the city’s planning department said the date was agreed to in letters between Liberty Steel leaders and Georgetown City Administrator Dr. Sandra Yudice.

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Re: The final days of the steel mill are finally here?
« Reply #1 on: October 13, 2021, 10:53:24 AM »
Now hold on this is real news. Tupelo Humes has been telling everyone to re-elect him so he can make sure the steel mill new buyers can open it back up again. Is there not a new buyer? Is the mill done? Why would anyone vote to re-elect Tup Tup if this is true?

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Re: The final days of the steel mill are finally here?
« Reply #2 on: October 15, 2021, 08:33:24 AM »
Paige Sawyer and his nasty wife are so happy. They have gone and gotten their real estate licenses so they can sell condos on the old steel mill property.

Paige said that magical word. SOON! He said soon the mill will be torn down and those beautiful condos will go up.

Oh happy day? James?