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More plans, more jobs promised; Let time be the judge

March 7, 2013

Hotels. Restaurants. Retail outlets. A truck wash facility for the natural gas industry. Those were the plans outlined at a recent Williamsport Area Transportation Study meeting....

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Mar-07-13 7:08 AM

Two things, I wonder how much in tax dollars is being used to expand private enterprise (where is all the complaining from the right) and it is funny reading these stories about the gas industry now then say 5 years ago, my how times have changed. Where are all those good paying jobs anyway??

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Mar-07-13 10:54 AM

When these gas jobs left up in the Dakotas everything else went too, board up hotels, stores and everything else but the rent came down!

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Mar-07-13 10:10 PM

You failed to mention most of the 700 jobs will only pay min wage,even if they increase it to 9.00 an hour that is still not a livible wage so it only creates more working poor!!!

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Mar-07-13 11:21 PM

700 jobs, 500 jobs, hiring 200 more workers. All well and good, but how many are full time?

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