Ignore meat petition
Lovin MeSum BBQ Troll

Cantonment, FL

#42 Feb 16, 2014
Good Stuff?
Joe S 1212 wrote:
leatherface,
My buddies and I did got and watch the cows being killed and butchered in my younger days. We got our fresh steaks and roasts right there before it was frozen.
I got my deer this year and that is no different.
How big are your whitetails (?)[or are you hunting mule deer/elk?]

Since: Mar 12

Lyons, NY

#43 Feb 17, 2014
I hunt whitetails. I get about 75 pounds of meat. So the deer are not old or trophy size. Probably why I like veal and peppers. Can't imagine the vegans being happy with that remark. Maybe, they should explain why it was OK to start a war in Iraq and kill all those people and have our soldiers killed and injured for no good reason. Where was the crying then?
Frankie

Durhamville, NY

#44 Feb 17, 2014
Joe S 1212 wrote:
I hunt whitetails. I get about 75 pounds of meat. So the deer are not old or trophy size. Probably why I like veal and peppers. Can't imagine the vegans being happy with that remark. Maybe, they should explain why it was OK to start a war in Iraq and kill all those people and have our soldiers killed and injured for no good reason. Where was the crying then?
maybe you should ask GW BUSH WHy he started the war! You are a real moron if you compare the iraq war to a slaughter house they want to put in the CITY OF ROME!
joe bon and jim almond

Utica, NY

#45 Feb 17, 2014
we was the meat in frankies sandwich
Karen

Syracuse, NY

#46 Feb 17, 2014
I'm all for the meat processing plant. The jobs that will be generated, plus the revenue for the city would be awesome. Does anyone who opposes this, stop to think that local farmers could benefit from this, meat prices, especially locally would be offered at a reduced price?! I don't understand why people are upset about this. I say let the processing plant come in, wait and see what happens and go from there. We need business that offer employment and revenue for the city. Please tell me what is wrong with that?!
You on the majority

Penn Yan, NY

#47 Feb 17, 2014
Karen wrote:
I'm all for the meat processing plant. The jobs that will be generated, plus the revenue for the city would be awesome. Does anyone who opposes this, stop to think that local farmers could benefit from this, meat prices, especially locally would be offered at a reduced price?! I don't understand why people are upset about this. I say let the processing plant come in, wait and see what happens and go from there. We need business that offer employment and revenue for the city. Please tell me what is wrong with that?!
Only 150 disagree, probably less than that ,when you subtract the PETA people who do not live in Rome.
PeopleEatingTast yAnimals

Cantonment, FL

#48 Feb 17, 2014
PETA, baby, PETA...

People
Eating
Tasty
Animals.

haw haw haw
karen

Tully, NY

#49 Feb 18, 2014
Karen wrote:
I'm all for the meat processing plant. The jobs that will be generated, plus the revenue for the city would be awesome. Does anyone who opposes this, stop to think that local farmers could benefit from this, meat prices, especially locally would be offered at a reduced price?! I don't understand why people are upset about this. I say let the processing plant come in, wait and see what happens and go from there. We need business that offer employment and revenue for the city. Please tell me what is wrong with that?!
it does NOT belong in east rome! what part cant you idiots understand!!!!!put it outside the city...next to a FARM!they are LOW paying jobs anyway!
I am not the idiot

Penn Yan, NY

#50 Feb 18, 2014
I'm not the one who is going to be living by a meat plant. Who is the real idiot? It is cute defending east rome thought.
Instead of being pissed off, maybe you should think of what decisions you made in life that lead to you living in east Rome.
Of course

Syracuse, NY

#51 Feb 18, 2014
karen wrote:
<quoted text>it does NOT belong in east rome! what part cant you idiots understand!!!!!put it outside the city...next to a FARM!they are LOW paying jobs anyway!
Because.........Mr. GENIUS FROM EAST ROME.....they are going to take advantage of an already existing building. Make sense??? Unless you would like to pay the bill to put up a brand new building next to THE FARM. Dipwit.
Karen_Romeny

Syracuse, NY

#52 Feb 18, 2014
You on the majority wrote:
<quoted text>
Only 150 disagree, probably less than that ,when you subtract the PETA people who do not live in Rome.
Thank you and I apologize for the area that appeared under my name. I am from Rome and I live here now and have been for several years. I worked in Syracuse for seven years and commuted daily prior to my retirement. I would like to see this meat processing plant come into the city and help the economy thrive. I believe those who "oppose" should do some in depth research before making a fuss over a facility that can be beneficial for a lot of people.
I wonder how many of these people who oppose this processing plant shop at Tops, Wal-Mart, Price Chopper or any other grocery store and purchase meat products, cook and eat these meat products!?
Where do you think this meat comes from?! How many of those who oppose, eat Venison or even wild game?! How many go to fast food places?! How many have gotten a big fat juicy steak at Delmonico's, Kirby's Prime Rib specials, The Savoy, or any local restaurant that offers beef, pork or veal meals? How many have ordered and eaten Chinese or any other ethnic cuisine? How many buy Deli meat?!? How many pizza's?!
How many of them grill or barbeque in the summertime?! How many consume any type of meat products? Where does Tony (The Pizza guy on North Jay St.) get his cases of meat? Don't they come processed and in bulk, usually from a slaughter house?!
This makes no sense to knock a business that will employ 200-250 individuals that need and want a job. This also speaks of possible expansion and other business ventures within the Oneida County area. What is wrong with making a statement and a name for the city of Rome? Why are so many people afraid of progress and change?
Some of you wrote the "smell" and possible contamination of the Barge Canal, uh no. There are strict and enforceable EPA Laws, Federal and State Regulations that must be meet. There will be inspectors on site to ensure that this does not happen.
I say give this a chance. There is a another meeting coming up and I intend to be there and listen to everything. If necessary, I will ask questions and listen to others voicing their opinions on the subject. This is a great opportunity, give it a chance.
Tinys pizza is senial

Rome, NY

#53 Feb 18, 2014
Howdy chief news flash Rome needs needs needs needs anything besides your lousy pizza!!!!!!!!!! Where is jk cicotti when u need him and marinas?
KarenRomeny

Syracuse, NY

#54 Feb 18, 2014
I really do NOT want this plant in Rome! we do NOT nee it in the city! if they waant a plant that is fine, put it outside the city! w do NOT WANT IT IN ROME!
Nobody cares what you wan

Rome, NY

#55 Feb 18, 2014
The city needs it
KarenRomen

Syracuse, NY

#56 Feb 18, 2014
it does NOT belong in east rome! what part cant you morons understand!put it in outer west rome !
KarenRomen

Syracuse, NY

#57 Feb 18, 2014
Karen_Romeny wrote:
<quoted text>
Thank you and I apologize for the area that appeared under my name. I am from Rome and I live here now and have been for several years. I worked in Syracuse for seven years and commuted daily prior to my retirement. I would like to see this meat processing plant come into the city and help the economy thrive. I believe those who "oppose" should do some in depth research before making a fuss over a facility that can be beneficial for a lot of people.
I wonder how many of these people who oppose this processing plant shop at Tops, Wal-Mart, Price Chopper or any other grocery store and purchase meat products, cook and eat these meat products!?
Where do you think this meat comes from?! How many of those who oppose, eat Venison or even wild game?! How many go to fast food places?! How many have gotten a big fat juicy steak at Delmonico's, Kirby's Prime Rib specials, The Savoy, or any local restaurant that offers beef, pork or veal meals? How many have ordered and eaten Chinese or any other ethnic cuisine? How many buy Deli meat?!? How many pizza's?!
How many of them grill or barbeque in the summertime?! How many consume any type of meat products? Where does Tony (The Pizza guy on North Jay St.) get his cases of meat? Don't they come processed and in bulk, usually from a slaughter house?!
This makes no sense to knock a business that will employ 200-250 individuals that need and want a job. This also speaks of possible expansion and other business ventures within the Oneida County area. What is wrong with making a statement and a name for the city of Rome? Why are so many people afraid of progress and change?
Some of you wrote the "smell" and possible contamination of the Barge Canal, uh no. There are strict and enforceable EPA Laws, Federal and State Regulations that must be meet. There will be inspectors on site to ensure that this does not happen.
I say give this a chance. There is a another meeting coming up and I intend to be there and listen to everything. If necessary, I will ask questions and listen to others voicing their opinions on the subject. This is a great opportunity, give it a chance.
well karen, woodstock was also going to put "rome on the map" bring in 1000's of new jobs. city was gonna make millions...how did THAT work for rome...laughing stock of the world! all these fly by night airplane fixing companys that were going to bring in "1000" new jobs...how did that work out for rome.,........we do NOT want the plant!

Since: Mar 12

Lyons, NY

#58 Feb 19, 2014
The Rome zonig code, agricultural district or otherwise, does not allow for meat processing of any sort. These people just don't want the business within the City of Rome and that violates a persons constitutional rights. The only district that allows heavy manufacturing and processing that are expected to be unsightly and have more adverse emvironmental effects is the E-3 zone.
sam madonia

Nedrow, NY

#59 Feb 19, 2014
I want it here so they can pack the meat in me while i am on my boat The gay ship lolly pop!
lynnnnnnn

Syracuse, NY

#60 Feb 20, 2014
Joe S 1212 wrote:
The Rome zonig code, agricultural district or otherwise, does not allow for meat processing of any sort. These people just don't want the business within the City of Rome and that violates a persons constitutional rights. The only district that allows heavy manufacturing and processing that are expected to be unsightly and have more adverse emvironmental effects is the E-3 zone.
Joseph W. Sallustio Jr. of 1212 N. James St bitc hed up a storm over a company that wants to redevelop park drive maner...get a LIFE!
lynnnnnnn

Syracuse, NY

#61 Feb 20, 2014
Joe S 1212 wrote:
The Rome zonig code, agricultural district or otherwise, does not allow for meat processing of any sort. These people just don't want the business within the City of Rome and that violates a persons constitutional rights. The only district that allows heavy manufacturing and processing that are expected to be unsightly and have more adverse emvironmental effects is the E-3 zone.
heu MORON....run for mayor...you know everthing!Joseph W. Sallustio Jr. of 1212 N. James St

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