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Public Meeting on IBM-Endicott Contamination

An environmental group is planning to discuss what might be done to continue the cleanup at a polluted Endicott manufacturing site once owned by IBM.

The Western Broome Environmental Stakeholders Coalition will hold a public meeting at the First United Methodist Church at 53 McKinley Avenue

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Cleanup to Continue at Former IBM Endicott Site

State environmental officials say significant progress has been made in cleaning up the chemical contamination around the former IBM Endicott manufacturing site.

The Department of Environmental Conservation provided an update on the remediation project at a public meeting Thursday evening

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Public Meeting Planned on IBM Endicott Cleanup

State environmental regulators held a meeting to discuss the future of a pollution cleanup project at a former IBM facility in Endicott.

The site off North Street in the village had been used for decades by IBM for manufacturing operations

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IBM May Settle Claims in Endicott Lawsuit

IBM Corporation and some village of Endicott residents may soon settle a long-running lawsuit alleging chemicals from the company's sprawling North Street manufacturing complex could have resulted in deaths and illnesses

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More Job Cuts Reported at IBM Sites

Another round of layoffs at IBM locations around the United States is underway.

Officials at IBM headquarters in Westchester County won't discuss how many workers are losing their jobs but reports suggest that the number will be at least several thousand

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More Layoffs At i3 Electronics In Endicott

Additional job cuts have occurred at i3 Electronics in Endicott.

The company, which is the successor to Endicott Interconnect Technologies, May 13 laid off several people.

An i3 Electronics spokeswoman said eight people were affected by the move

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Endicott Meeting To Highlight IBM Health Study

Federal health experts will present results of an IBM worker health study at an Endicott meeting.

Thursday evening's session will be at the First United Methodist Church at 53 McKinley Avenue. The meeting is scheduled to start at 6:30

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Washington Post: The Story Of IBM-Endicott

The tale of what's happened to Endicott in the three decades since IBM began to dismantle its operations at the company's birthplace is front page news in the nation's capital.

Tuesday's Washington Post recounts the story with the headline: "Company town's decline reflects new mantra: Shareholders first."

The

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IBM Endicott “Collection” To Be Previewed

An exhibit featuring the history of IBM Endicott will be opening for a public preview on Thursday.

The IBM Collection is going on display at the new Endicott History and Heritage Center on Washington Avenue

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Tainted IBM-Endicott Dump May Be Cleaned Up

A Broome County site that was used for years as a disposal area for IBM-Endicott waste chemicals could be decontaminated under a plan being reviewed by New York state officials.

The IBM Gun Club burn pit is located on Robinson Hill Road in the town of Union, a few miles east of Big Blue's former North Street manufacturing complex in the village of Endicott

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