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National Pipe Construction Underway In West Endicott

Heavy equipment is being used for site preparation for a PVC pipe manufacturing plant in the town of Union.

National Pipe and Plastics plans to relocate its factory from Vestal to West Endicott

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Town of Union Woman Accused of Stealing from Soccer Group

Police say a woman who was supposed to be overseeing the funds of a Vestal youth sports organization has been arrested after the money vanished.

Investigators say 47-year-old Sandra Scharnikow of Schuyler Street in the town of Union has been charged with grand larceny

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Town of Union Flood Buyout Appraisals to Begin

Appraisal work should get underway for town of Union properties that are part of a flood buyout program.

The town board has authorized the appraisal process for 176 properties which have been approved for the process

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Some West Endicott Residents Still Fighting National Pipe

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

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National Pipe Moves Closer to West Endicott Relocation

Vestal-based National Pipe and Plastics has received the green light from town of Union officials to move to West Endicott.

The company has been operating manufacturing facilities in Vestal and in Colfax, North Carolina

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FEMA May Fund Buyout of 176 Town Of Union Properties

The town of Union's property buyout plan has received a boost from the federal government.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency this afternoon notified the town that it intends to fund a proposed buyout of 176 properties

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Town of Union Candidates Debate Issues

Five candidates for town of Union offices discussed taxes, economic development, fracking and other issues during a public forum in Endicott.

Town residents were able to learn more about the views of incumbents and their challengers at the "Meet the Candidates" event held at the Endicott Visitor Center Tuesday evening

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Alex Wong/Getty Images

Meet the Town of Union Candidates

Several candidates for town of Union offices who'll be on the November 6 ballot will gather in Endicott Tuesday evening to introduce themselves to residents and answer questions.

The group Town of Union Citizens Against Fracking organized the "Meet the Candidates" program, which will be held at the Endicott Visitor Center at 300 Lincoln 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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Deemie: Gannett Case May Take Years to Settle

A decision in a case involving the Gannett Central New York Production Facility and the amount paid to the village of Johnson City may not occur for years.

Johnson City mayor Greg Deemie says a review sought by Gannett regarding the assessment of the printing plant at 10 Gannett Drive is in the early stages

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