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Some West Endicott Residents Still Fighting National Pipe

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National Pipe and Plastics may have the backing of town of Union officials to move to West Endicott but some people who live in the neighborhood are continuing to battle the plan.

National Pipe has announced it intends to use a site off Mill Avenue to manufacture polyvinyl chloride pipe.

The company’s current plant on Vestal Road in Vestal would be closed under the plan.

Isabell Hashem, who lives near the West Endicott site, says she’s aware of no new developments since town officials approved the National Pipe project.

But Hashem told WNBF News this afternoon that she and other opponents of the plant “haven’t given up.”

Hashem said those who’ve been fighting the project are exploring their options.

National Pipes and Plastics president David Culbertson has not been available to discuss when the company expects to move its production operations from Vestal to West Endicott.

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