Scotts will invest $17 million in Mis...

Scotts will invest $17 million in Mississippi factory | The Columbu...

There are 84 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Oct 5, 2010, titled Scotts will invest $17 million in Mississippi factory | The Columbu.... In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

A lawn and garden supplies manufacturer will invest $17 million in a plant in Rankin County, an investment county officials hope will spur economic growth.

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Since: Feb 10

Columbus, Ohio

#86 Oct 6, 2010
Jack wrote:
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I don't know if I can muster the proper tone to convey to you the utter stupidity of your comment.
The Scott's employee you're addressing is an employee at will of a non-unionized company. The company made a private decision to both locate a facility in Mississippi and restrict smoking of their employees. They are free to do that. That freedom is indicative of anything but a socialist state. If you, mr. business success story, disagree with their smoking policy then go start your own competing garden products company - then you can be privy to all of the economics that are involved in managing tens of thousands of employees, and making site location decisions based on hundreds of variables. These are things that I'm sure you're completely and totally clueless.
Holy Cow SoulAssassin………….Obviously you moved from Portsmouth to Columbus and changed you name to Jack! You have certainly had a busy week.
Mike

Columbus, OH

#87 Oct 7, 2010
CMH Rick wrote:
<quoted text>Well, you are correct, I have not. The next question is why did he switch from being a Bush supporter to a Strickland supporter?
Because he is little more than a flip flopping policitian, lending his support to the highest bidder and doing whatever happens to be in his own best interest at the time.

Just the person he is currently endorsing.

Any other questions?
Topper

Columbus, OH

#88 Oct 7, 2010
Marysville just raised their income tax...The water rates have gone up 4 times in the past 3 years...they're going to raise the sewer tax to pay for the new sewage plant that was supposed to be paid for with new hook-ups and business expansions, that are not going to happen...
BUT we have a person to promote the downtown [is the Scott Store still downtown??? Remember when Ms.Mayor said people would come from far&wide to see the Scott Store].....

Deleware, just down the road [Rt.36]..is booming with new businesses, including the Kroger distribution center.......
Topper

Columbus, OH

#89 Oct 8, 2010
scotts was against the income tax increase.....and now it's pay-back time for Marysville...

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