NoBurnBroome: Timeline November 2020

These resources were previously featured in November 2020 as important announcements on the home page.

November 1, 2020. Making Endicott a business-friendly village. OpEd by Nick Burlingame. Press & Sun-Bulletin, Binghamton NY.

November 1, 2020. Trustees should work for residents. OpEd by Pat Dorner. Press & Sun-Bulletin, Binghamton NY.

November 1, 2020. Responses about battery plant. Letter-to-the-Editor by Paul Connett. Press & Sun-Bulletin, Binghamton NY.

November 1, 2020. Mayor makes incorrect statements. Letter-to-the-Editor by Ellen Connett.Press & Sun-Bulletin, Binghamton NY.

November 3, 2020. Many of the candidates we supported for re-election won!
Pat Dorner and Nick Burlingame were elected to Endicott Trustee, thus turning the 5-person board to one that will side with the residents.  In the Town of Union, Tom Augostini and Frank Bertoni were re-elected to the Council, as was Terry Kellogg in Chenango. Jason Shaw won the Legislator spot for District 8.

November 5, 2020. Endicott election results could derail lithium-ion battery recycling plant. By Jeff Platsky, Press & Sun-Bulletin, Binghamton NY.

November 16, 2020. Press Release: Endicott Residents file an Article 78 Lawsuit Against the Village Board of Trustees for Illegally Approving Controversial Recycling Code. No Burn Broome

November 16, 2020. Endicott Residents Start Lawsuit Against Recycling Zoning LawBy Paul Beam. FOX 40 News, Binghamton, NY.

 

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