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Too Close For Comfort

Department Of Public Facilities Shop Is Short On Space

June 17, 2013

FALCONER — The oldest Department of Public Facilities shop in Chautauqua County is running out of room....

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Sammie

Jun-17-13 12:51 PM

The ignorant comments show that none of you have a clue about this issue.

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nylibra

Jun-17-13 11:41 AM

What I don't get is how Spano justifies his cost estimates. $2-300,000 for drawing plans for a building that doesn't need built. The 4 million for a building is way out of line. Wow, talk about keeping your cronies happy. The 4 million could be better spent elsewhere, like helping seniors and disabled people. Just clean up the mess in the current shop and get rid of parts for equipment the dept. doesn't have anymore and seal the roof. At $30 a bucket of sealer (Rough price gestimate) your looking at serious cost savings.

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sweatyteddy4prez

Jun-17-13 9:34 AM

perfect responses thus far in my opinion. Spend less, clean more!

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Rosebud

Jun-17-13 7:10 AM

As I understand it, they are talking about closing the Highway Building in Sherman. Can't they use that pone more & not spend a bunch of money in Falconer. Yes, I see no reason why they can't clean out the crap they don't need to make more room for what they do need. Certainly would be cheaper to fix roof in house rather then to "Contract" it out !!!!

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Whocares2

Jun-17-13 7:07 AM

Ever heard of housekeeping??? Sounds like there's enough people working there but all lazy to keep a good houskeeping.

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patriot012

Jun-17-13 6:36 AM

sounds like hoarders, clean house starting with first person that is eager to have millions tax dollars spent for space to hoard more STUFF.

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rodrickson

Jun-17-13 6:28 AM

I agree with the statement below. Time to do some inventory.

The private sector knows how to do it.

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rabbles

Jun-17-13 6:18 AM

All that is needed is a removal of the items not used regularly, reorganization of the items kept, and a good cleaning. Too much money, put it to better use.

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jamestownresident26

Jun-17-13 5:01 AM

So clean up the building, do some maintenance, and get rid of the old stuff. You are not servicing anything more than you have in the past, so you should be able to make the appropriate room necessary.

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