Reaction mixed to plans for Kivort's site:  4/14/2015
Richmondville got more details on plans to put a scrap yard at the old Kivort Steel in Warnerville at a public hearing on the project Thursday.
Sale of the 16-acre site by the Kivort family to Judith Mills of Long Island hinges on the property getting a junk yard permit, said Joanne Crum, who was representing Ms. Mills.
Ms. Mills plans to put in a scrap yard and recycling center along with a small retail business and eventually, a pet rescue facility, but there's no point in moving ahead

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Holding our breath

A clump of daffodils peeks out from under a bed of leaves.
Can warmer weather be far behind?

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