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Esmark focuses on its core

Pipe for natural gas among options

January 28, 2013

YORKVILLE — Though the plant still sits quiet, Esmark Inc. officials believe they are getting closer to starting the Ohio Cold Rolling Co. facility formerly owned by RG Steel....

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colkrause

Jan-28-13 11:11 AM

If the police in Mingo can work for $10 per hour; the mill workers can too.

well, maybe 15 bucks would be better.

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colkrause

Jan-28-13 11:11 AM

A job and insurance is great these days.

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SvenYoder

Jan-29-13 2:43 AM

Why does the wages of the police force in Mingo have any impact of the wages of the workers in Yorkville?

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colkrause

Jan-29-13 4:36 PM

Gee, silly me. I just thought maybe the workers were interested in getting the mill open; up and down the valley, not just in Yorkville.

I am not an econ major or math, but let me see if my math works a little.

Steel Mill Yorkville average wage Apprx $20/hr. Mingo average wage -0- Steubenville -0- Mingo polce $10/hr.

Approx 1000 laid off workers -0-

If we paid them $10 per hour verus $20 per hour, we could afford twice as many workers.

Or if the company saved that $10 an hour they may be able to open more departments.

Mingo would closer to flush, and some services might be restored.

Maybe if the workers didn't think the "golden goose" would live forever; the mill might be running.

Just saying.

By the way, my Dad worked for 30+ years in the mill, my mother gets $108 A MONTH...then they take 101 for insurance.

Wow, great negotiating over the years.

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