Can't blame Smiley either. In the news release they say the infrastructure is old.
This has nothing to do with Smiley - unless they approached her for $ for revamping the plant, and she refused, but it's my understanding they didn't.
Perhaps it was nefarious regulations but our air quality regs mimick the Feds(EPA).
Personally I believe that margins are such that to rebuild the plant it would take far too long to recoup the cost.
I would have preferred Pat to say on Monday "We are going to protect jobs by giving an incentive to DAK for rebuilding that would include hiring 50 more employees while giving them monies to improve their infrastructure, because I campaigned on working with industry to create jobs."
Of course - that's if DAK was asking for that.
It's no wonder the press wasn't invited to see pat sign the unemployment bill. The egg was still fresh on the faces.........
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