Tonawanda News — ”If it’s going to help them stay in NT and create jobs, I’m for it,” Donovan said.
Councilman Mal Needler said he was comfortable with an 18-month timeline but only if the company stays within it.
”After 18 months if they haven’t complied then we’re going to have to revisit this,” he said.
The company’s purchase would join two other enterprises in the long-time industrial region of the city, including Taylor Devices and Aquasol. The council will likely vote on whether to approve the agreement next week.Contact reporter Michael Regan at 693-1000, ext. 4115.