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Loss of AEP means $1.2M a year

July 30, 2013

WATERFORD — As the Wolf Creek Local school district prepares to face the hand it’s being dealt by the pending closure of the last unit of American Electric Power’s local plant, Superintendent Bob......

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JoshBrown

Jul-31-13 1:33 PM

As the air clears people will come no one wanted to move to "Cancer Alley "

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slogoin

Jul-31-13 10:26 AM

So,driving down the road and ..where did the powerhouse go? It was here yesterday.$1.2 million missing from the schools.Heck,where did I leave that?Look at the Bush admin,and the current leadership whom has the power to stop this but didnt.Nobody lost anything.It was taken.And the turbines will go to China and be used to bury our economy while we are "volunteered" to pay more and believe the Democrat/Republican bozo's that have convinced you they can control the weather.

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RealityInTheMOV

Jul-31-13 8:37 AM

Hickory, you're dead wrong. Period.

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hockeypuck

Jul-31-13 6:38 AM

I fear that the "NO" voters will creep into this district, disrupting everything possible. Please, WC voters, keep a level head.

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gonefromMOV

Jul-30-13 5:38 PM

Residents of the MOV, your president has declared war on you and your way of life. Remember it in 2014 and 2016.

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rollingstone

Jul-30-13 4:28 PM

bulldog: soon there will be no industry in this valley to provide jobs or fund education. without jobs and without funding for education, people will continue to leave this valley which further adds to the economic decline, snowballing until virtually no one is left.

will you then finally be satisfied? afterall no people means no air pollution except for what floats over from China where they still make things and have jobs and can afford to educate their kids.

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swilson60

Jul-30-13 11:36 AM

Some of Mrs. Ball's 38 years were at Watertown Elementary before it close. Not ALL were at Waterford.

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bulldog58

Jul-30-13 11:23 AM

1.2million thats not bad look at all that clean air you will be getting

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