St. Lawrence County close to deal on J&L
St. Lawrence County appears close to reaching an agreement with consultant Camp, Dresser & McKee, Cambridge, Mass., on completing an environmental remediation plan for the former Jones & Laughlin Steel Co.
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#1 May 28, 2012
IT'S about time. I grew up in Star Lake from 1954 till joining the service in 1966. My Father, brother and other relatives worked in the mines until it closed. It is too bad tht time in solving the solution of how it could be used lost two contracts in the past. If my information is correct, Harrisville got two businesses that could have been located in SL but because we were in the Adirondack park, the environmentalists botched the works and we lost almost 100% of our industry. I certainly hope this will get some business back in an area that was, at one time, a very beautiful place for vacationers.
All my best wishes and prayers for this renewal.
#2 Jun 6, 2012
Funny Ive lived on the benson mines road all my life, and they are just now enforcing laws on not riding fourwheelers up in the mines . It bull sh*t I have ridden up there all my life and now the county can't make up it's mind whether or not to porn back up the industry !!!
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