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Trigger51

London, KY

#1 Nov 7, 2011
Has any one heard they locked the door's and they are moving out to Ohio.?
wonders

United States

#2 Nov 7, 2011
when did u hear this?
Seriously

Corbin, KY

#3 Nov 7, 2011
Is this true ? My husband works there and he didnt attend the meeting this morning ! What will happen now ?
Worker

Madisonville, KY

#4 Nov 7, 2011
Yes! It is true they are closing the doors the company is now moving to Ohio! It is a sad day for many and a lot of people are now without jobs
Gateway

United States

#5 Nov 7, 2011
Wow sorry to hear this.
lin

United States

#6 Nov 7, 2011
How sad for all those people and for our town.
seriously

Corbin, KY

#7 Nov 7, 2011
Is this in affect As of today or are they closing next yr ? Either way is bad though.
George

Corbin, KY

#8 Nov 7, 2011
seriously wrote:
Is this in affect As of today or are they closing next yr ? Either way is bad though.
its true just dont know date yet its very bad i feel sorry for all of them wish them all the best.
lin

United States

#9 Nov 7, 2011
In a situation like this, do they give the employee's the option to move with the company? Because there's no jobs around here that pay as well as they do.
Trigger51

London, KY

#10 Nov 7, 2011
This is terribly news for our worker's and there family's.
Where was Hall during all this decision making.? He could have offered a tax abatement to get them to stay.I'm positive he could have done some thing to avoid this terrible move from our county.
What do you think.?
heard that

Pella, IA

#11 Nov 7, 2011
Seriously wrote:
Is this true ? My husband works there and he didnt attend the meeting this morning ! What will happen now ?
Sadly, it is true. I have family that works there also. Talk about a shock,those workers have busted their asses off for years and sacraficed their health. For what?
WOW

Corbin, KY

#12 Nov 7, 2011
So when is the plant closing ?
jack

Dyer, TN

#13 Nov 7, 2011
heard that wrote:
<quoted text>Sadly, it is true. I have family that works there also. Talk about a shock,those workers have busted their asses off for years and sacraficed their health. For what?
most of them are bunch of lazy ass dope heads and they have unioned themselves out of a job sounds like to me.
heard that

Pella, IA

#14 Nov 7, 2011
Trigger51 wrote:
This is terribly news for our worker's and there family's.
Where was Hall during all this decision making.? He could have offered a tax abatement to get them to stay.I'm positive he could have done some thing to avoid this terrible move from our county.
What do you think.?
I totally agree with you 110%) Maybe he could still do something!(offer Tru seal something to stay) this will devestate this place.Can you imagine all the places that will be effected by this move.
heard that

Pella, IA

#15 Nov 7, 2011
jack wrote:
<quoted text> most of them are bunch of lazy ass dope heads and they have unioned themselves out of a job sounds like to me.
Why don't you go say that to some of the workers affected ? You sound like someone that hAS A LOT OF FREE TIME ON YOUR HANDS TO SIT AND THINK ABOUT THINGS.Are you somebody that sits around waiting for the tax dollars they pay in to support you?
Do Not Strike

Mount Sterling, KY

#16 Nov 7, 2011
You know if they would not have went on strike then they could have avoided this. It is very sad, and to think of what it will do to this area makes it even worse. Yes, there are people there that have worked very hard for years and to be put out is extremely worrisome. They have no one to thank except their Union leader.
pffhht

United States

#17 Nov 7, 2011
Union shmunion! This had nothing to do with a Union nor strike. Not three months ago they were hiring and taking apps.( I know as I put one in ).
A closure this abrupt is clearly a decision concerning something else. Economics comes to mind. Why they are moving and how it adds up to an economical strategy who knows but upper, but you can bet it has everything to do with a strategical / economical motive.

Since: Jun 11

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#18 Nov 7, 2011
pffhht wrote:
Union shmunion! This had nothing to do with a Union nor strike. Not three months ago they were hiring and taking apps.( I know as I put one in ).
A closure this abrupt is clearly a decision concerning something else. Economics comes to mind. Why they are moving and how it adds up to an economical strategy who knows but upper, but you can bet it has everything to do with a strategical / economical motive.
wrong. This is clearly a move to cost JM the election. Or at least that's what I got from another thread...
pffhht

United States

#19 Nov 7, 2011
Answering Machine wrote:
<quoted text>wrong. This is clearly a move to cost JM the election. Or at least that's what I got from another thread...
I hope that was meant to be sarcastic...LOL
jack

Dyer, TN

#20 Nov 7, 2011
Answering Machine wrote:
<quoted text>wrong. This is clearly a move to cost JM the election. Or at least that's what I got from another thread...
well need someone fresh in there anyway.

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