Tim Trent favors Rich not poor Neighbors
Posted in the Utica Forum
#1 Jun 11, 2014
Where is Tim Trent in helping the residential neighborhood near Matt Brewing?
#2 Jun 11, 2014
Tim supports the brewery expansion as good for the neighborhood.
#3 Jun 11, 2014
As best as I can tell the brewery bought the properties, filed the appropriate paperwork for zoning etc, and now are going to be building.
I am not sure why Mr Trent would try to stop a legal expansion of one of Utica's last large private tax paying companies.
What interest is this development do you have , Hypocrite?
You didn't say so I have to think that you are just some crank with a vendetta and a bug up your arse.
#4 Jun 11, 2014
He's an old man. Leave him alone.
#5 Jun 11, 2014
Can't have it both ways. Stewarts filled out the legal paper work. Where was Tim? Double standard.
#6 Jun 13, 2014
I didn't see the neighbors of the brewery rallying to stop the expansion. Perhaps someone like you who seems very concerned about the neighborhood around the brewery could have attended zoning board meetings,council meetings and petitioned others who shared your concerns over the brewery expansion.
Since I didn't see you doing any of those things I have to guess that you're more interested in saying derogatory things about Mr Trent than to do anything constructive to advance your opinion of the brewery expansion.
#7 Jun 13, 2014
So are you saying if Stewarts bought the residential properties and filed the paperwork those properties could have gone straight through to commercial , just like Matt buying residential and taking them right through to HEAVY industrial without taking it through proper steps of changing it to commercial and then to HEAVY industrial?
The council is a bunch of hypocrites and so are Zecca and Trent.
#8 Jun 16, 2014
The brewery bought the properties and then applied for the permits to expand their operations. There seemed to be minimal opposition to the plan and that area is zoned mixed use/industrial.
They played the intelligent legal game and won by doing so.
Stewart's bought the property and seemed to think because the mayor was behind their plan that it was a done deal.
The brewery was smart enough not to trust a politician's word but instead researched their plan and used the tried and true method of finalizing the deal.
The rule of law and all that.
Perhaps Stewart's should hire the same legal council as the brewery did and not rely on the word of a mayor who was unemployed before he became mayor.
As far as Mr Trent et al trying to tell Stewart's that they should build a store in W.Utica they need to mind their own business and let Stewart's decide where they want to build their own stores.
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