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Counties may restart business park talks

February 25, 2014

GLOVERSVILLE — Economic development officials in Fulton and Montgomery counties are trying to get the legislators of both counties together to revive talks aimed at creating a regional business par....

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drugsrus

Feb-26-14 4:41 PM

and the line for prospective tenants begins ........... ??????

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grant18

Feb-26-14 9:23 AM

Anyone with any experience in government-sponsored economic development knows that when meetings are closed to the public, bad outcomes invariably result. It would seem that Fulton County would have learned that from the "million dollar men" debacle. Therefore, it is astounding to me that with the experience Mr Reese & Mr Rose have that they could just cavalierly say that the meeting will be closed to the public without giving any justification whatever. This probably because NONE of the legal exemptions to the Open Meetings Law exist.

And a note to MrBob51: Mr Quackenbush became somewhat famous two years ago when his opponent in a race for State Assembly ran a TV commercial quoting Mr Quackenbush saying at a budget hearing, "I haven't got a clue!" It appears little has changed.

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MrBoB51

Feb-26-14 6:54 AM

By the way, don't mistake my comment as a mere request. This is a DEMAND coming from one of the guys who pays the bills.

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MrBoB51

Feb-26-14 6:51 AM

The time has come when 'talk' is over and 'action' begins Mr. Quackenbush, if I wanted waffles I'd go to IHOP, not your Office. The rest of you, MAKE yourself available for comment and a decision. I won't speak for FC but as far as MC goes, time's up Mr. Ossenfort, get a grip on your Supervisors and do what we elected and pay you to do...quit wasting our time and money and get this County back on the tracks of economic development.

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