Below find interesting comments as posted in the Herald Palladium
Whirlpool picks developer
Whirlpool has selected a developer for the new office complex...Pizzuti Companies of Columbus, Ohio, is committed to using local contractors whenever possible [catch the irony?]
Those are headlines of a 9/10 Herald Palladium article; here are some comments which
THANK GAWD OUR DAILY DOSE OF whirlpool wrote on Sep 10, 2010 2:01 PM:
" Thank You Gawd and hp for our Daily Dose of all things whirlpool !!!! we were jonesing !!!!
it had been, what, 24 or maybe 48 hours since our last blast of all things whirlpool !?!?!?!
Goebbels would be so darn proud. so darn proud. "
Wont Quit wrote on Sep 10, 2010 2:23 PM:
" Let me get this straight....Whirlpool beleive so much in investing in this area that they decided to spend their construction dollars with an out of state firm?. Guess the area construction companies and those employed by those companies don't match up to Whirlpool's standards! So much for more local jobs! Read my lips....Whirlpool is going to do what is good for Whirlpool and could give a rip about anyone else here! WE LOVE WHIRLPOOL (lol) "
brett wrote on Sep 10, 2010 3:16 PM:
" Whoa, ugly buildings! Better go back to the drawing board. They cleaned up the bums nicely though "
Deb wrote on Sep 10, 2010 5:10 PM:
" Just another slap in the face from good old Whirlpool. "
Where ... wrote on Sep 10, 2010 6:03 PM:
" ...are the signature 'Whirlpool red' bricks? "
BH RESIDENT wrote on Sep 10, 2010 7:43 PM:
" Where will the people that hangout along the river go. people still fish there and hang around....Will the whirlpool folks make it so they cant come around.. "
Big Surprise Non Local wrote on Sep 10, 2010 9:32 PM:
" a place that i worked at tried for years to get just a small piece of the pie from the washtub company. never good enough though we did business with corporations larger than the wersher company. go figure.
that outright hostility to local really chafes the ol' chaps.
funny ( not in a ha ha ha way however ) how it took some comments about the lack of locals on the golf course construction before a local construction firm showed up and prominently parked its trailer / tool crib out by the highway. until then there weren't any locals working on it.
but we are urged to support local buy local think local.
not too many 2 way streets around, it seems. "
Resident wrote on Sep 11, 2010 8:23 AM:
" All those jobs for local people - just another of MANY lies from Whirlpool. I just can not believe how naive the locals are in this area who think Whirlpool is doing this out of the goodness of their heart. Where else in this country can they get waterfront property for basically nothing and get tax breaks for it with their own airport and golf course. They now have control of all the waterfront property in BH. They now own the town. It isn't for the community they are doing this - it is for Whirlpool. They should spend their money on making better products made to last like they used to, not the crap they sell now. "
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