Cosmo wrote:Well, they're all well educated in EB, but the only difference with the West Upton residents is the fact that local NIMBYs had enough warning to bend the facts IMHO. Dan Bigda certianly knows what is happening in West Upton considering he works in the rr industry. He waited to unveil his plan until after everything was set in stone. Not much can be done to stop Dan Bigda and his NBRR now unless you have a LOT of money in some deep pocketsdaylight4449 wrote:Well, it seems time for me to put my two sense in. I think the NBRR Is going back in, no doubt about that. The only question in my mind is what sort of profit can be expected within the first few years. As for the NIMBYs in East Brookfield, they should have realized by now that the NBRR does pass through East Brookfield, so there is the possibility of some buisinesses planting roots in East Brookfield. North Brookfield only has so much room. Besides, buisinesses equals employment and tax revenue to the town, so East Brookfield residents stand to gain from a revived NBRR as well.You know, that's a really good point. Hopefully the residents of E. Brookfield are smarter than the ones in W. Upton.