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#1520144 --- 10/18/18 06:50 PM Re: Town could vote on new host agreement with Seneca Meadows [Re: scwoodchuck]
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Originally Posted By: scwoodchuck
Bonadent got HUGE TAX BREAKS.

Bruce added jobs. Rehabbed a building that would have been abandoned and this could be the biggest one. . .

HE DOESN'T MAKE THE AREA SMELL LIKE THE DUMPSTER OF THE NORTH EAST!

and can you prove he received any PILOT agreements?

You say you are pro-business in Seneca County but it sounds like the only business you support is the Big Dump!

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#1520145 --- 10/18/18 06:59 PM Re: Town could vote on new host agreement with Seneca Meadows [Re: hearallseeall]
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Originally Posted By: hearallseeall
Originally Posted By: scwoodchuck
Bonadent got HUGE TAX BREAKS.

Bruce added jobs. Rehabbed a building that would have been abandoned and this could be the biggest one. . .

HE DOESN'T MAKE THE AREA SMELL LIKE THE DUMPSTER OF THE NORTH EAST!

and can you prove he received any PILOT agreements?

You say you are pro-business in Seneca County but it sounds like the only business you support is the Big Dump!




Danaren incentive package draws no comments

By DAVID L. SHAW dshaw@fltimes.com Aug 30, 2017 0



SENECA FALLS — Danaren Dental Laboratory of Seneca Falls is exploring three options to expand its manufacturing space and remain competitive in the marketplace.

The options are to expand its current operations in Seneca Falls by building a 7,500-square-foot addition to its existing facilities at the north end of the BonaDent facility, the former Wal-Mart building on Routes 5&20.

Another option is to relocate Danaren to one of BonaDent’s other manufacturing locations in Florida or South Carolina, which are offering incentives to move there.

Or they could outsource production to China or India, as other American dental labs do.

Danaren officials have applied to the Seneca County Industrial Development Agency (IDA) for financial assistance to help them make the decision to stay in Seneca Falls, retaining 29 current employees and adding up to 30 new employees over the next five years.

The IDA has proposed a land-lease agreement with BonaDent so it can:

• Offer a Payment In Lieu Of Taxes (PILOT) agreement in the form of an amendment to the current PILOT agreement between the IDA and BonaDent to include the 7,500-square-foot addition.

• An exemption from paying sales tax on building materials, supplies and equipment purchased for the expansion.

• An exemption from paying the mortgage recording tax when the lease ends.

No one showed up Tuesday to comment either for or against the proposed financial aid package. That means the IDA Board of Directors will likely vote to offer the package to the family-owned Seneca Falls company at its Sept. 7 meeting.

In its application, Danaren Vice President Danielle Bonafiglia Wirth said the company “has positioned itself within the dental lab industry as a cost-effective option for dentists looking for low-cost restorations.”

“We compete directly with laboratories in China, India and Mexico, along with American laboratories who currently outsource their work to those countries. Danaren has outgrown its current manufacturing space,” she said.

Danaren is proposing to lease a 10,000-square-foot parcel of property on the north end of BonaDent’s current facility. The company would build the addition on that parcel.

The expansion project has a price tag of $1.19 million. Documents submitted with the application state the company plans to mortgage the project for $952,000 and use $238,000 in equity to finance the project. The PILOT is projected to save the company $80,025. The mortgage tax exemption will save the company $13,600 and the sales tax exemption will save an estimated $56,800.

Having the expansion take place in Seneca Falls is projected to generate $4.6 million in income tax revenue, $26,402 in PILOT revenue and $2.39 million in sales tax revenue over 14 years. Sharing in the PILOT payments would be the town of Seneca Falls, Seneca County and the Waterloo school district.
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#1520146 --- 10/18/18 07:32 PM Re: Town could vote on new host agreement with Seneca Meadows [Re: Crabby]
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Originally Posted By: Crabby

Danaren incentive package draws no comments

By DAVID L. SHAW dshaw@fltimes.com Aug 30, 2017 0



SENECA FALLS —
The IDA has proposed a land-lease agreement with BonaDent so it can:

• Offer a Payment In Lieu Of Taxes (PILOT) agreement in the form of an amendment to the current PILOT agreement between the IDA and BonaDent to include the 7,500-square-foot addition.

• An exemption from paying sales tax on building materials, supplies and equipment purchased for the expansion.

• An exemption from paying the mortgage recording tax when the lease ends.

No one showed up Tuesday to comment either for or against the proposed financial aid package. That means the IDA Board of Directors will likely vote to offer the package to the family-owned Seneca Falls company at its Sept. 7 meeting.


Nice. I'd rather see a legit company get it versus the NorthEast's biggest toxic Dump.

The BIG DUMP. Stank Meadow's new slogan. . . 'Takin' a Dump on the People in Seneca County one #2 at a time!'

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#1520147 --- 10/18/18 08:52 PM Re: Town could vote on new host agreement with Seneca Meadows [Re: hearallseeall]
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BLAH, BLAH, BLAH
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#1520166 --- 10/19/18 10:36 PM Re: Town could vote on new host agreement with Seneca Meadows [Re: scwoodchuck]
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Originally Posted By: scwoodchuck
BLAH, BLAH, BLAH


Solid argument.
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#1520167 --- 10/21/18 05:31 AM Re: Town could vote on new host agreement with Seneca Meadows [Re: Wolf King]
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My response makes more sense than this;

" Nice. I'd rather see a legit company get it versus the NorthEast's biggest toxic Dump.

The BIG DUMP. Stank Meadow's new slogan. . . 'Takin' a Dump on the People in Seneca County one #2 at a time!' "
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#1520189 --- 10/23/18 03:00 PM Re: Town could vote on new host agreement with Seneca Meadows [Re: scwoodchuck]
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Originally Posted By: scwoodchuck
My response makes more sense than this;

" Nice. I'd rather see a legit company get it versus the NorthEast's biggest toxic Dump.

The BIG DUMP. Stank Meadow's new slogan. . . 'Takin' a Dump on the People in Seneca County one #2 at a time!' "

What part of that confused you?

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#1520220 --- 10/25/18 09:51 PM Re: Town could vote on new host agreement with Seneca Meadows [Re: all seeing eye]
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Town Board Meeting tomorrow. What's it about?

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#1520223 --- 10/26/18 05:38 AM Re: Town could vote on new host agreement with Seneca Meadows [Re: John Q Public]
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Originally Posted By: John Q Public
Town Board Meeting tomorrow. What's it about?


FLTimes.com

SENECA FALLS — The Town Board will meet in another special session at 3:30 p.m. Friday inside the Ovid Street municipal building.

The purpose: to consider approving a resolution instructing the Boylan Code law firm of Rochester to "aggressively" defend the town from the Article 78 proceeding initiated by Seneca Meadows over Local Law 3 of 2016. That legislation calls for the landfill by Dec. 31, 2025, and bans any new waste-disposal facilities from being built in the town.

The landfill has challenged its legality on several procedural points.

Board member Doug Avery said the board — except for Lou Ferrara, who was absent — met Oct. 8 with town Attorney David Foster. Attorney David Hou of Boylan Code was available by telephone.

Avery said the purpose of the Oct. 8 session was to determine whether to accept an offer from Seneca Meadows to drop its lawsuit in exchange for a significant increase in the amount of money it gives the town through a Host Community Agreement, as well as allowing the landfill to operate until Dec. 31, 2037. Avery said the board decided to reject the offer and begin the defense of the lawsuit.

When there was a request that a public vote be taken, Avery and fellow board member David DeLelys submitted a letter to Supervisor Greg Lazzaro asking for the public meeting that is scheduled Friday.
— David L. Shaw”
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#1520235 --- 10/26/18 07:51 AM Re: Town could vote on new host agreement with Seneca Meadows [Re: Crabby]
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Avery wouldn't dare to put the landfill issue to a public vote.
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#1520241 --- 10/26/18 10:38 AM Re: Town could vote on new host agreement with Seneca Meadows [Re: Hello_Governer]
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Are you saying the dump is so popular that the public would support it in a referendum? Or that he wouldn't dare have the Board vote in public?



Originally Posted By: Hello_Governer
Avery wouldn't dare to put the landfill issue to a public vote.
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#1520244 --- 10/26/18 01:33 PM Re: Town could vote on new host agreement with Seneca Meadows [Re: all seeing eye]
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Err Umm they voters already voted. They elected people who want to dump the dump. Thats how it works
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#1520266 --- 10/27/18 11:20 AM Re: Town could vote on new host agreement with Seneca Meadows [Re: all seeing eye]
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AGGRESSIVE’ DEFENSE APPROVED: SF moves toward showdown in court over landfill law as residents voice spectrum of concerns
Published: 10/27/2018 @ 09:56 am

http://fingerlakes1.com/2018/10/27/aggre...um-of-concerns/
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#1520282 --- 10/27/18 07:44 PM Re: Town could vote on new host agreement with Seneca Meadows [Re: all seeing eye]
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The vocal minority wins another one.
BUT, BUT, BUT, didn't Avery run for office claiming the town didn't need landfill money ?
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#1520291 --- 10/28/18 09:29 PM Re: Town could vote on new host agreement with Seneca Meadows [Re: all seeing eye]
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I keep reading & hearing about money & increase taxes....what about HEALTH concerns?? I have lived in Seneca Falls over 40 yrs. I lost count of family & friends with cancer, who have died or have survived. The podcast with Mr. Black & his PR person, keep saying the are "good neighbors". To me "good neighbors" do not pollute, their neighbors. Mr. Black referenced Love Canal (Buffalo/Niagara Area). It was Hooker Chemical, in the '60s, then changed Occidental Chemical Corp. They didn't & shouldn't be near populated areas. Landfills aka Dumps should not be near populated areas. If smells were from rotten food "stuffs", only OK. However we know the smells are generated from food, chemicals & who knows what? And we know long term the liners will leak or fail. I say close the Dump Monday 10/29/2018!!! The sooner the better. If loosing $100 million, saves lives, I say do it!!! PS - I lived in the Buffalo area, during Love Canal...it wasn't pretty.

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#1520292 --- 10/29/18 06:18 AM Re: Town could vote on new host agreement with Seneca Meadows [Re: Lee Alias]
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Not that lame argument again ! To this very day they are still trying to find someone who was actually harmed by Love Canal, but have never proved anything. Do you see landfill employees running around in hazmat suits ? NO. Do you get evacuation notices when it stinks ? NO. You are a conspiracy nut who thinks the government is out to kill you and you obviously know absolutely nothing about cancer.
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#1520296 --- 10/29/18 10:40 AM Re: Town could vote on new host agreement with Seneca Meadows [Re: scwoodchuck]
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Originally Posted By: scwoodchuck
Not that lame argument again ! To this very day they are still trying to find someone who was actually harmed by Love Canal, but have never proved anything. Do you see landfill employees running around in hazmat suits ? NO. Do you get evacuation notices when it stinks ? NO. You are a conspiracy nut who thinks the government is out to kill you and you obviously know absolutely nothing about cancer.

Lame argument?

Why are you so concerned about what a resident of the area feels is a health hazard. You don't even live in the area.

Maybe you can ask your heroes at the dump for some asbestos soil to grow a garden. Then you can hand out all the 'fresh' vegetables to your friends and family. Using asbestos soil for a garden is safe right?

Stank Meadows - Giving Seneca County a bigger dump, one dump at a time!

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#1520297 --- 10/29/18 11:00 AM Re: Town could vote on new host agreement with Seneca Meadows [Re: scwoodchuck]
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Originally Posted By: scwoodchuck
Not that lame argument again ! To this very day they are still trying to find someone who was actually harmed by Love Canal, but have never proved anything. Do you see landfill employees running around in hazmat suits ? NO. Do you get evacuation notices when it stinks ? NO. You are a conspiracy nut who thinks the government is out to kill you and you obviously know absolutely nothing about cancer.

You just prove every time that you post that you can't be taken as a credible source.

First, the dump is toxic. I don't care what any dump supporter says.

Second, maybe you should do some research on the Love Canal. There is documented research that is 6 million times more credible than you could ever wish to be that proves how toxic that area is. The birth defects and miscarriages are not coincidental.

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#1520298 --- 10/29/18 12:25 PM Re: Town could vote on new host agreement with Seneca Meadows [Re: hearallseeall]
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https://www.princeton.edu/~ota/disk3/1983/8309/830906.PDF

You probably won't understand a word of this because you have proven your inability to comprehend anything that you read.

One problem they had was that when comparing the health problems at Love Canal to other parts of the city the results were almost exactly the same.
Dr. John Doull of the University of Kansas Medical Center said in his written opinion that he would ''not advise residents of this area (Love Canal) to move out of the area, but neither would I encourage new residents to move into this area.''

And Dr. Robert Tardiff of the National Academy of Sciences said that from the data available, ''it is not possible for me to conclude that health hazards of such unusual proportions exist to make this area uninhabitable.'' But he added that ''societal and legal considerations'' should be taken into account.


Edited by scwoodchuck (10/29/18 12:39 PM)
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#1520308 --- 10/29/18 02:27 PM Re: Town could vote on new host agreement with Seneca Meadows [Re: scwoodchuck]
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Originally Posted By: scwoodchuck
https://www.princeton.edu/~ota/disk3/1983/8309/830906.PDF

Dr. John Doull of the University of Kansas Medical Center said in his written opinion that he would ''not advise residents of this area (Love Canal) to move out of the area, but neither would I encourage new residents to move into this area.''

Nice quote. Sounds like what Bruce was saying. He says it's hard to find potential job candidates to move to the area. Yea, who wants to move into an area that stinks 24/7/365 and where the town officials (2 of them anyways) pray to the dump gods on a daily basis.

So guess what, as the older generation dies off, you're not replacing those people and tax dollars. Further pushing the town's dependency on trash cash. Not a good cycle, at all.

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