New company to bring 125 new jobs

New company to bring 125 new jobs

There are 23 comments on the WKYT story from May 30, 2012, titled New company to bring 125 new jobs. In it, WKYT reports that:

Governor Steve Beshear joined community and company officials in Leitchfield Wednesday morning to announce New York Blower Company will locate a new manufacturing facility in Grayson County, creating 125 new, full-time jobs.

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prospective employee

Rockport, IN

#1 May 31, 2012
YAY for leitchfield, more jobs!! I wonder where I will be able to put in an app for an office job at the factory? Need to make move, currently work in etown and the drive is getting old, need something in leitchfield.
Good

Casey, IL

#2 May 31, 2012
If this really happens that is a good thing.Call the unemployment office& see if they have any info for you.Good Luck.
FYI

Morgantown, KY

#3 May 31, 2012
Oh boy, more unreliable factory jobs.
Get a Life

Elizabethtown, KY

#4 May 31, 2012
Typical Grayson County reaction - rain on the parade. You would rather curse the darkness than light a single candle. Reliable or not, there are people in this county who need these jobs. We had better be counting our blessing; especially in this economy. If we don't want them, you can bet your bottom dollar someone else does. You are one sorry individual.

Congratulations to everyone who had a part in bringing this factory to Leitchfield.
FYI

Morgantown, KY

#5 May 31, 2012
Get a Life wrote:
Typical Grayson County reaction - rain on the parade. You would rather curse the darkness than light a single candle. Reliable or not, there are people in this county who need these jobs. We had better be counting our blessing; especially in this economy. If we don't want them, you can bet your bottom dollar someone else does. You are one sorry individual.
Congratulations to everyone who had a part in bringing this factory to Leitchfield.
I think I poured salt on someone's wound.
hmm

Hodgenville, KY

#6 May 31, 2012
FYI, let me guess you do not have a job? While I am working every day my tax dollars are keeping you up! I am glad to see a new factory coming to Leitchfield!
Get a Life

Elizabethtown, KY

#7 Jun 1, 2012
FYI wrote:
<quoted text>
I think I poured salt on someone's wound.
Yep, you sure did. I'm sick and tired of people bitching, moaning and complaining in this community about everything in life and not doing anything positive about it. This factory is good for Grayson County unless you are one of those who really would just rather sit on your butt everyday and draw a check. With the prospect of new jobs, you wouldn't have an excuse for not having one. Even if this new company only lasted a year, a job for a day is better than no job at all. So, instead of trying to shoot this new factory down, why don't you try to do something constructive in life.

Again, congratulations to anyone and everyone who had a hand in bringing this new factory to Grayson County. Don't let idiots like this one get you down.
fred

Rockport, IN

#8 Jun 1, 2012
Get a Life wrote:
<quoted text>Yep, you sure did. I'm sick and tired of people bitching, moaning and complaining in this community about everything in life and not doing anything positive about it. This factory is good for Grayson County unless you are one of those who really would just rather sit on your butt everyday and draw a check. With the prospect of new jobs, you wouldn't have an excuse for not having one. Even if this new company only lasted a year, a job for a day is better than no job at all. So, instead of trying to shoot this new factory down, why don't you try to do something constructive in life.
Again, congratulations to anyone and everyone who had a hand in bringing this new factory to Grayson County. Don't let idiots like this one get you down.
amen to that, I totally agree. The poster above is just like 90% of the county, they would rather sit and bitch and moan as to wipe their own ass. and why because working people like us support their lazy asses!! Grayson county is so negative it makes me sick!
Question

Elizabethtown, KY

#9 Jun 7, 2012
Anyone have any idea when this business will start operations?
FYI

Morgantown, KY

#10 Jun 7, 2012
fred wrote:
<quoted text> amen to that, I totally agree. The poster above is just like 90% of the county, they would rather sit and bitch and moan as to wipe their own ass. and why because working people like us support their lazy asses!! Grayson county is so negative it makes me sick!
But you're being negative too. And enough with the welfare accusations. I don't collect welfare, end of story.

That said, I did kinda sound like a douchebag. I just think that GC needs to have more experience-building part time jobs that don't rely on nepotism to get hired.
STFU

Campbellsville, KY

#11 Jun 7, 2012
They'll have to hire some Hardin Co. folks bat first because it'll take about a year to find 125 lazy ass Grayson Countians to actually work.
sunshine

Scottsville, KY

#12 Jun 8, 2012
STFU wrote:
They'll have to hire some Hardin Co. folks bat first because it'll take about a year to find 125 lazy ass Grayson Countians to actually work.
lOL LMAO true how true, Im from Hardin county, I plan to apply for an office job to get closer to home!! LOL too good, great post made my day!! thanks.
Susie

Trinity, TX

#13 Jun 14, 2012
STFU wrote:
They'll have to hire some Hardin Co. folks bat first because it'll take about a year to find 125 lazy ass Grayson Countians to actually work.
I resent that remark. I know that is not untrue. It is just the 125 lazy asses Grayson Counties have relatives pulling for these people to get these jobs. The ones of us who already work low paying jobs cannot get off to apply for them, yes we are from Grayson County and we work! They just want to make sure they get the $1000 per person they hire and they get their cut. Reference are reliable, some people will say anything to get a friend or the relative of a friend a job. Kentucky has the right to let employees go without a reason and perhaps this factory should use it.Why hire Hardin people first they have good jobs in Etown, Radcliff and Ft. Knox. Could it be they can't cut it, maybe they are the lazy asses and ignorant and they wouldn't hire them in Hardin County?
what

Calhoun, KY

#14 Jun 20, 2012
Susie wrote:
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I resent that remark. I know that is not untrue. It is just the 125 lazy asses Grayson Counties have relatives pulling for these people to get these jobs. The ones of us who already work low paying jobs cannot get off to apply for them, yes we are from Grayson County and we work! They just want to make sure they get the $1000 per person they hire and they get their cut. Reference are reliable, some people will say anything to get a friend or the relative of a friend a job. Kentucky has the right to let employees go without a reason and perhaps this factory should use it.Why hire Hardin people first they have good jobs in Etown, Radcliff and Ft. Knox. Could it be they can't cut it, maybe they are the lazy asses and ignorant and they wouldn't hire them in Hardin County?
Is this company from New York a union plant??? I know some ppl don't like the union,but what if this company wants a union??? then what will all those lazy ppl do?? Just asking a question.
Just the facts

Elizabethtown, KY

#15 Jun 20, 2012
what wrote:
<quoted text>Is this company from New York a union plant??? I know some ppl don't like the union,but what if this company wants a union??? then what will all those lazy ppl do?? Just asking a question.
It is not from New York nor is it a union plant. Let's not get this started.
_Miss.Fit_

Elizabethtown, KY

#16 Jun 20, 2012
http://www.nyb.com/history.asp

This is a link to their webpage.
How long

Lexington, KY

#17 Jun 20, 2012
They failed to mention how long before they would be up to 125 or if they had a guarantee to hire that many. I'm hearing within 4 years.
work

Versailles, KY

#18 Jun 21, 2012
Why is it you can't talk about the union in this town?????
Just the facts

Elizabethtown, KY

#19 Jun 21, 2012
work wrote:
Why is it you can't talk about the union in this town?????
Why would you want to? Look at all the states where jobs are being created and they are states with right to work laws. The quickest way to lose this plant or any other plant to China or Mexico is to suggest it be union. Why do you think Vermont America left this town? Unions have outlived there usefullness. They serve no purpose in today's economy other than to cause factories and jobs to leave the United States.
MR X

Scottsville, KY

#20 Jun 21, 2012
Just the facts wrote:
<quoted text>Why would you want to? Look at all the states where jobs are being created and they are states with right to work laws. The quickest way to lose this plant or any other plant to China or Mexico is to suggest it be union. Why do you think Vermont America left this town? Unions have outlived there usefullness. They serve no purpose in today's economy other than to cause factories and jobs to leave the United States.
Yep unions are like old school their not needed anymore, all they do is rip you out of union fees anyway, let them die.

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