Comments for: Lincoln shavings mill to get $200,000 grant for air cleanup

Posted Nov. 29, 2012, at 6:01 p.m.
Last modified Nov. 29, 2012, at 9:11 p.m.

LINCOLN | One of the town’s oldest businesses will get a $200,000 federal grant by January to help it diversify its manufacturing base and end a smoke problem that has bedeviled neighbors. Haskell Lumber Inc. and its manufacturing arm, LMJ Enterprises LLC, qualified for the federal Community Development Block …

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  • StillRelaxin

    I wonder how many people will show up here saying thank you to their government for helping this business and its surrounding community to thrive and live better lives? Does business need government? Apparently there are times when businesses don’t mind accepting a helping hand. Should we degrade them for doing so? Should we expect individual citizens to behave any differently regarding help to survive? Should we degrade them for doing so?

  • i wish they could clean up the “SNOW” that covers my car and eats my paint dailey

  • Anonymous

    Clean up that far-tie smell to.

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