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Concerned

Syracuse, NY

#1 Jul 23, 2014
Will we allow slaughterhouses to be operated inside the city?

http://romesentinel.com/rome/city-begins-step... [email protected]/

The city is getting ready to slip it in. Don't let them get away with it. Slaughterhouses should only be operated OUTSIDE the city. The contaminate water, they draw vermin, they are noisy and dirty. I wouldn't EAT meat from one of them, why would I want them in my city? Anyplace that a slaughterhouse goes, the urban decay will follow. Don't let it happen. At the very least there should be limits as to population, density, and proximity to water (to try to avoid water contamination).

Where there are live animals in large numbers, there are huge amounts of excrement with all of those things that go with it. E-Coli (a naturally occurring fecal bacteria that can kill you if you ingest it), coccidia, to name only a few. Also from the rats...because if there are live animals, and large amounts of fecal material, and blood and offal, there will be rats...they are carriers of so many diseases they make E-Coli look like a sunday picnic.

Take a stand and don't let it happen. The city will try to slip it in while no one is up in arms (like they were when they tried to do it before), don't let them get away with it.
Concerned

Syracuse, NY

#2 Jul 23, 2014
the link doesn't work...

http://romesentinel.com

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FYI

Rome, NY

#3 Jul 23, 2014
It's also over seen by the FDA and Rome needs jobs so get a grip don't like it move
Keep it out

Rome, NY

#4 Jul 23, 2014
FYI wrote:
It's also over seen by the FDA and Rome needs jobs so get a grip don't like it move
Rome needs jobs, yup you bet. The only problem with that is people living in the city won't get the jobs, unless they want to work like a slave with little pay and benefits. Nope, those will go to imported cheap labor, as they do in almost every other city where these plants open up.

Get ready, many of those Central Americans streaming across the border at Obama's invitation are coming to Rome courtesy of your common council.
the cleaner

Bronx, NY

#5 Jul 23, 2014
You people from east Rome woulding know it was a slaughter house if it slap you in the *ss East Rome has been smelling down there for over 50 *ucking years. Do I have to name all the places I could right days . I will name few places #1 two or three trailer courts serwer and garbage plant. I could name a lot more. Smass ppl
Keep it out

Rome, NY

#6 Jul 23, 2014
Where are the E-2 and E-3 industrial zones, in West Rome down by Walmart? Conveniently, the Sentinel wouldn't say.

If it is I feel sorry for people living in that area, there is a large residential community living on and around Gifford Rd. because crime is about to go up while property values plummet. Once the plants start getting staffed by low educated, non-English speaking "undocumented" democrats crime will skyrocket. It does in every single city where these open up.
Habanero Harv

Rome, NY

#8 Jul 23, 2014
cleaner is one huge dumb ass
not from east rome

Syracuse, NY

#9 Jul 23, 2014
the cleaner wrote:
You people from east Rome woulding know it was a slaughter house if it slap you in the *ss East Rome has been smelling down there for over 50 *ucking years. Do I have to name all the places I could right days . I will name few places #1 two or three trailer courts serwer and garbage plant. I could name a lot more. Smass ppl
And I HAVE walked through slaughterhouses. But you don't have to take my word for it, you can just read a report entitled: THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF THE ANIMAL PRODUCT PROCESSING INDUSTRIES for yourself.

http://www.fao.org/wairdocs/lead/x6114e/x6114...
wow

Syracuse, NY

#10 Jul 23, 2014
Concerned wrote:
Will we allow slaughterhouses to be operated inside the city?
http://romesentinel.com/rome/city-begins-step... [email protected]/
The city is getting ready to slip it in. Don't let them get away with it. Slaughterhouses should only be operated OUTSIDE the city. The contaminate water, they draw vermin, they are noisy and dirty. I wouldn't EAT meat from one of them, why would I want them in my city? Anyplace that a slaughterhouse goes, the urban decay will follow. Don't let it happen. At the very least there should be limits as to population, density, and proximity to water (to try to avoid water contamination).
Where there are live animals in large numbers, there are huge amounts of excrement with all of those things that go with it. E-Coli (a naturally occurring fecal bacteria that can kill you if you ingest it), coccidia, to name only a few. Also from the rats...because if there are live animals, and large amounts of fecal material, and blood and offal, there will be rats...they are carriers of so many diseases they make E-Coli look like a sunday picnic.
Take a stand and don't let it happen. The city will try to slip it in while no one is up in arms (like they were when they tried to do it before), don't let them get away with it.


wow, ;you are way off. you owe all of the readers here an apology for trying to cause mass hysteria, and fear for no reason!! You wouldnt eat meat from a slaughterhouse? so your a vegetarian then? A meat processing plant is audited by a full time inspector from the FDA . Our countries food supply is remarkably safe! You should be ashamed of yourself. They do not contaminate water, or draw vermin, and if you said that in public, someone would bring legal action against you. If you used your real name in your post, and accused someone directly you'd be in real trouble. Your language makes it sound like were in the seventeenth century! Like the FDA would allow someone to operate like that!! not that anyone would, because their huge investment would disappear overnight, calm down and take your medication
whattsa big deal

Syracuse, NY

#11 Jul 23, 2014
so there would be the smell of rancid rotting meat in east rome?
outside of the improvement, who's gonna know the difference?
mmmmm steak

Rome, NY

#12 Jul 23, 2014
Keep it out wrote:
<quoted text>

Get ready, many of those Central Americans streaming across the border at Obama's invitation are coming to Rome courtesy of your common council.
?... O.K. I'll bite. Please connect the Rome Common Council, Obama and the waves of folks from Central America. Are we talking the PA. border?.
Keep it out

Rome, NY

#13 Jul 23, 2014
mmmmm steak wrote:
<quoted text> ?... O.K. I'll bite. Please connect the Rome Common Council, Obama and the waves of folks from Central America. Are we talking the PA. border?.
This is not rocket science, just google "illegal aliens meatpacking plants" and you will find that no matter where these plants operate they are staffed overwhelmingly by illegal aliens. In every city and every state. Not just California or PA somewhere. For some reason, like construction they are drawn to these type of jobs. Probably because the owners will hire them with no questions asked.

And btw, once this seed is planted and they start working here they will also get first dibs on whatever other jobs there are in the city. Cheap labor is cheap labor after all. Someone at the next council meeting should ask the members what they saw in NJ and who was working there when they visited last winter.

People in Rome who refuse to see this reality, and I'm sure there's plenty won't understand it until it gets in their face. When they suddenly wake up and the schools are overwhelmed with non-English speaking kids as are the emergency rooms. When you go to the lake and it's filled with illegals and they look at you as if you have no right to be there. Been there and done that.

So pleaze, support the meatpacking plant, it's jobs for the locals that we desperately need.
Impartial

Rome, NY

#14 Jul 23, 2014
Funny we don't see other communities clamoring for it. Cheap real cheap real estate for them end of fing story you would have to be real stupid to think other wise
Keep it out

Rome, NY

#15 Jul 23, 2014
Impartial wrote:
Funny we don't see other communities clamoring for it. Cheap real cheap real estate for them end of fing story you would have to be real stupid to think other wise
That's because most communities are not stupid and suicidal, they know what problems meatpacking plants bring. But this is Rome, where they reject good paying blue collar jobs like Ford Motors plant while voting for low-paying ones like this.
Habanero Harbie

Rome, NY

#16 Jul 24, 2014
Put it in North Rome!
G-man

Rome, NY

#17 Jul 24, 2014
Habanero Harv wrote:
cleaner is one huge dumb ass
. Only person that makes sense on this site is the cleaner
Habanero Harv

Rome, NY

#18 Jul 24, 2014
he can't even clean his own ass...rancid!

Since: Jul 10

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#19 Jul 24, 2014
Concerned wrote:
Will we allow slaughterhouses to be operated inside the city?
http://romesentinel.com/rome/city-begins-step... [email protected]/
The city is getting ready to slip it in. Don't let them get away with it. Slaughterhouses should only be operated OUTSIDE the city. The contaminate water, they draw vermin, they are noisy and dirty. I wouldn't EAT meat from one of them, why would I want them in my city? Anyplace that a slaughterhouse goes, the urban decay will follow. Don't let it happen. At the very least there should be limits as to population, density, and proximity to water (to try to avoid water contamination).
Where there are live animals in large numbers, there are huge amounts of excrement with all of those things that go with it. E-Coli (a naturally occurring fecal bacteria that can kill you if you ingest it), coccidia, to name only a few. Also from the rats...because if there are live animals, and large amounts of fecal material, and blood and offal, there will be rats...they are carriers of so many diseases they make E-Coli look like a sunday picnic.
Take a stand and don't let it happen. The city will try to slip it in while no one is up in arms (like they were when they tried to do it before), don't let them get away with it.
Rome is already decayed. Too late to bemoan that.

You don't eat meat? That's your choice, and your problem. The city is supposed to conduct its business in accordance with your likes and dislikes? All hail the Queen of Delusia!
Joe sal 1212

Tully, NY

#20 Jul 24, 2014
RegularCrewChief wrote:
<quoted text>
Rome is already decayed. Too late to bemoan that.
You don't eat meat? That's your choice, and your problem. The city is supposed to conduct its business in accordance with your likes and dislikes? All hail the Queen of Delusia!
HEY STUPID! The people of Rome did NOT want it! Get it through your THICK HEAD! Rome does NOT want it!PERIOD!
lacuccaracha

Rome, NY

#21 Jul 24, 2014
Alot of people in rome want it. Old wops's that havent worked in 20+ years don't want it. The people that have the slightest amount of intellegence and education on a subject always squawk the most.

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