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RichM wrote:.. it wasn't named Delaware Otsego just because those were pleasant sounding names...It also wasn't named that because it traverses those counties. The line in question traverses Oneida, Madison, Chenango, and Broome counties. Saw plenty of wash outs in the Brisben area today.
JoeCollege wrote:RichM, I wasn't trying to be condescending. Forgive the tone of the post if it sounded so.Mr. Rich at least in my time around the area was certainally not considered as "arrogant and pushy".
I would agree about Mr. Rich, but would add a point- he is much more politically connected at the state and federal levels. Being involved as I am in municpal government (elected position) in one of the counties I listed I can assure you Mr. Rich has few fans in the region. He and NYSW are seen as arrogant and quite pushy. I understand he has a business to run but his methods are maddening at times for those in the region.
Bottom line, I'd like the line restored, customers recruited, and the power line project killed.
cjvrr wrote:The line below Sherburne is closed. The NYS&W is NOT planning to reopen the line. They are looking to sell the remaining portion of the line to another shortline operator.Just to be clear, does this mean: