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West Endicott Residents May Sue National Pipe

Dozens of town of Union residents are threatening to go to court in their ongoing battle with a company that makes polyvinyl chloride pipe products.

National Pipe and Plastics moved its Broome County production facility from Vestal to West Endicott last spring

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West Endicott Residents May Fight PVC Pipe Plant

Some people who live near a recently-opened town of Union factory that makes PVC pipe products are contemplating legal action because of ongoing concerns about the operation.

Angry neighbors of the National Pipe and Plastics facility in West Endicott met Wednesday evening at the George F

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

West Endicott Residents Blast National Pipe Plant Noise

 

Some people who live near the new National Pipe and Plastics factory in the town of Union say they can't tolerate the noise and the odors emanating from the plant.

Several West Endicott residents told town board members they're tired of hearing the beeping of

forklift equipment at the facility which manufactures polyvinyl chloride pipes. Som

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West Endicott Man Accused In Hatchet Threat

A dispute in the town of Union resulted in the arrest of a man who was accused of threatening someone with a hatchet.

Authorities say 59-year-old Kenneth Pruyne of June Street was charged with second-degree menacing

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West Endicott PVC Factory Nearing Completion

Work is continuing on the new manufacturing facility for National Pipe and Plastics in the town of Union.

The company - which makes polyvinyl chloride pipe - is planning to move from its existing factory in Vestal

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Hearing On Abandoned West Endicott Factory Delayed

A public hearing on a long-abandoned factory complex in West Endicott has been postponed.

The town of Union board had planned to hear comment Wednesday on a proposal to declare an old Endicott-Johnson facility "unsafe and dangerous

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Hearing Set On Abandoned West Endicott Factory

Town of Union lawmakers have scheduled a public hearing that could help determine the fate of an abandoned Endicott-Johnson facility in West Endicott.

The session will allow people to comment on a proposal to declare the old shoe factory on North Page Avenue unsafe and dangerous

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Train Strikes Man In West Endicott

Police say a Chemung County man was seriously hurt when he was hit by a train in West Endicott.

Authorities say 21-year-old Travis Cliburn of Horseheads was walking along the railroad tracks when he was struck by the train

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Union Park Celebration To Welcome New Playground

A celebration to mark the completion of the new playground structure at West Endicott Park is to be held Tuesday.

Town of Union officials say a ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony have been scheduled for 4 p

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

West Endicott Playground Installation Underway

New playground equipment at the West Endicott Park should be ready for use within a few days.

Construction on the project to upgrade the playground began this week.

The equipment and wood chip material for the project have been delivered to the site on Maple Street

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