Lewis County Legislature votes to pur...

Lewis County Legislature votes to purchase Lowville bowling alley

There are 6 comments on the Watertown Daily Times story from Oct 28, 2013, titled Lewis County Legislature votes to purchase Lowville bowling alley. In it, Watertown Daily Times reports that:

Lowville, the only manufacturing site for wooden bowling pins in the U.S., won't have a bowling alley after April, following Monday's decision by Lewis County legislators to purchase Lewis Lanes for $1 million and convert the building to office space.

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Patty Bullington

Tampa, FL

#1 Nov 4, 2013
Support you local businesses!! and keep the bowling lanes for kids, young adults and families!! we had an opportunity to bowl through GAA/Girls Athletic Association ... does that exist anymore?

residents remain in a community that supports activities and opportunities for their children and families!!
WE R SOL

Indian Lake, NY

#2 Nov 4, 2013
Sorry Patty, but it's not over yet. The residents of this community had no say in this 5 day transaction. I think there was a little inside information to know the same day The owners went to the county and made an attempted deal, the county had just had an offer to purchase The Commons rejected by owners.
Heres Thefactofthematt er

Saranac Lake, NY

#3 Nov 4, 2013
Patty Bullington wrote:
Support you local businesses!! and keep the bowling lanes for kids, young adults and families!! we had an opportunity to bowl through GAA/Girls Athletic Association ... does that exist anymore?
residents remain in a community that supports activities and opportunities for their children and families!!
Yeah, it's been a real wholesome place. Booze, beer, and lottery tickets bring in more cash there than bowling. Send your kids up there if you want, but I will defer. I have no problem with replacing a beer joint with offices.

Since: Oct 13

Location hidden

#4 Nov 4, 2013
The buzz on the street --

AMF is interested in acquiring the Bowling Lanes contract from the county. AMF would trade their building on Trinity Ave plus cash for the contract. This is a two story building in exceptional condition. Both stories can be easily rehabilitated to offices. Three of the legislators are negotiating this deal and planned to present this to the entire BOL.
jake the snake

Boonville, NY

#5 Nov 4, 2013
Heres Thefactofthematter wrote:
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Yeah, it's been a real wholesome place. Booze, beer, and lottery tickets bring in more cash there than bowling. Send your kids up there if you want, but I will defer. I have no problem with replacing a beer joint with offices.
you right most bowler go bowling to get a buzz they can`t get at home, plus they can wag their jaws there all night too
Lmfao

Ithaca, NY

#6 Nov 4, 2013
Buzz13343 wrote:
The buzz on the street --
AMF is interested in acquiring the Bowling Lanes contract from the county. AMF would trade their building on Trinity Ave plus cash for the contract. This is a two story building in exceptional condition. Both stories can be easily rehabilitated to offices. Three of the legislators are negotiating this deal and planned to present this to the entire BOL.
I wouldn't set foot in plant II.

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