Hubbard's Harris Fabricating
^ m _ - m HnhhnrH'c, Harris Fabricatinfl I l U L J L / V l I U 3 I I VI I I I *"* ^^ _ _ __ _ _ . M m , ^i L -- J. *D ^-, A J I m^ I nO I nriYl^n I I I Â· P I I III I IV I/ AC VI I I I Â· "They've got us boxed in. Kenneth Harris, president Harris Fabricating Co., Hubbard, is a businessman who welcomes _____ ..... __________ ____ _ new Interstate Route 80 with; Business drooped off slightly J private negotiations on industrial mixed feelings i m I 964 from 1963 production at; property in a state of suspen- rfat* ha- fakon state has taken _ Â» V Â« Ulli Oi-CL\^ *.ltl-? i \_.^i-jfci-i Â»-u Â· Â·-}Â·* ^.**^ Â»Â»..^. ...-- ;j-- --_ j _ -- f " an appeal from the jury's de-! finished, the property lines and cision" in Common Pleas court ! condemnation proceedings leave of 491 Harris Fabricating. Some of the ] sion. according to Harris. j drop has been caused by the; "At the present time, we acres owned by Lois Realty Co., Highway, Kenneth Harris he; he; offer a definite deal" a firm which is directed by Jack j lieves. i Competiti Harris a brother ' think_ iing about _ vta , Competition from plants which]now costs almost as The' comnanv nroduces tanks'have rail transportation is a for storage", lawn rollers and;factor at Harris Fabricating, fabrications, believes. The suspension of the on average. The highway will aid the city Hubbard Firm , ,,Â«. ,,.-.,,.,-. A big block to expansion has j of Hubbard, and the area been lack of rail transportation, i the value of the remaining Harris said. The Fabricating Company had j to go up. Harris believes. . .. __._j.:_.t;_.__ n -T*i. VTnn-1 -11- f\f **/\*i* if'c a "nuiil in fnP of the Harris- j j _ , . _ j 11J131_C1ZC111C\/L43 Oltt;i AClt/i IVdl~I.W41.3- wÂ»*Â»Â«Â· Â· Â·--J-. --- "*- -*--T -owned -owned land is the main P lan -; Twenty-five men are employed,; NYC rail negotiations hurt, and a warehouse, located near' Route 7 and old Route 62. The Harris plant is located approximately 100 feet from the Route 80 interchange at Route 62-7. Lois Realty Company and the State Highways department met in Trumbull County court. of common pleas last fall, to settle tbe cost of taking tbe land for the highway. The jury set the price for the Lois Realty land higher than ! acres of Lois Realtv is ! ^ .- _ . nnf rtÂ«l*- IOC:: VÂ»n*- 1OÂ£C begun negotiations with New York Central railroad for a rail- siding. Accompanying these plans for rail transportation to the Har- as of now, it's a "pain in neck." In 1964. the administrative offices offices of Harris Fabricating Co. ris plant were promotion plans moved to a site along Old for the acreage along old Route i 62. which now has been cut 62, owned by Lois Realty. i two parts, ending traffic to Several firms had indicated in- j Masury- terest in this land, Kenneth Bar- j Tne company bunt a new ris said. ing and transferred operations "We had them, but at the 'from its old North Main Street present time, nothing," he added. ' address.