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VO-NAT


Coming up on NEWS 7 at SIX: a record number of boating accidents at Smith Mountain Lake this year has boaters and law enforcers bracing for the Labor Day Weekend.
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ANCHOR=Keith


A MAN in Roanoke tells of sexual discrimination on the job.
And we'll get Holdren's new owners' reasoning for abandoning extended service contracts. Sports-head
ANCHOR=Steve


In sports, the first week of the Friday Football Extra regular season is here, we will look at the Avalanche/Hillcats series,
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VO-NAT


and a scary moment at Darlington as South Boston's Ward Burton hits the wall in qualifying...great balls of fire in sports.
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WX-Head
TALENT=Robin
SS=None


What a way to finish the last big weekend of summer. Folks on the coast will at least see wind and rain, we will likely stay high and dry in the west.

Bedford-Boating


ANCHOR=keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=spr
TAPE#96-67
GRAPHIC=Boating Safety


The danger is always there... but it intensifies during a holiday weekend.
Authorities are keeping a close eye on Smith Moutain Lake this Labor Day... in an attempt to cut down on the number of accidents.
Scott Prince has the story.
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((If you're shipping off this holiday weekend... the Bedford County Sheriff's Office will be making sure you do it safely.
The Boat Patrol will have additional manpower and extended hours on Smith Mountain Lake.
And the emphasis will be placed on reeling in drunken boaters.
But even if you're being responsible on board... that doesn't guarantee a safe trip.
The Coast Guard says everyone needs to take extra precautions during a holiday weekend.
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SOT 16:03:31
IN Q=No one

((PAUL HOWELL/U.S. COAST GUARD AUXILLARY: NO ONE IS GOING OUT EXPECTING TO HAVE AN ACCIDENT SO JUST STAY TOTALLY ALERT TO EVERYTHING THAT'S GOING ON AROUND YOU. AND WHEN IT GETS VERY CROWDED, YOU HAVE TO BE VERY CAUTIOUS. IF THERE'S ANY POSSIBILITY OF AN ACCIDENT, THE THING TO DO IS JUST BASICALLY STOP YOUR BOAT. ))
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An excess of boats can certainly cause its share of problems... but some lake- goers still manage to see another side.
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((JOHN DABAREINER/BOATER: I LIKE TO SEE THE CROWDS BECAUSE YOU KNOW THE TROURISM IS DOING WELL AND EVERYTHING'S GOOD. BUT IT'S NICE ON THE WEEK DAYS... WHEN NOBODY IS AROUND... TO GO OUT WITH WITH YOUR FAMILY AND DO EVERYTHING. COMING HERE WHEN THERE'S PEOPLE, IT'S EXCITING, BUT ON THE LAKE, I'D RATHER NOT HAVE AS MANY BOATS.))
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Last year, a total of 35 accidents marred the waters of Smith Mountain Lake.
This year, there have already been 40.
That's the highest total ever... with still plenty of summer- like days to go.
Officials say if proper safety precautions were taken, the majority of those accidents could have been avoided.
Scott Prince, News- 7.))

TAP-Lawsuit


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#96-65
GRAPHIC=Lawsuit


"All men are the same. They're all dogs."
That comment prompted a two -million dollar lawsuit in Roanoke this week against the woman who supposedly said it.
SS=TAP


Carolyn Hooper is a supervisor in the Head Start program at TAP, Total Action Against Poverty.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Ed Mitchell worked for her during the last year of his eight years at TAP.
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SOT 10:0615
IN Q=She has a

((SHE HAS A PROBLEM WITH MEN, THAT SHE REFERS TO US AS ALL MEN BEING DOGS. I HAVE A VERY SERIOUS PROBLEM WITH THAT MORE THAN ANYTHING ELSE. Q: Did you ever call her on that statement? I CALLED HER EVERY TIME SHE MADE THAT STATEMENT, AND MADE HER KNOW HOW I DIDN'T LIKE IT, I RESENTED IT, WHETHER IT WAS BEING SAID TO ME, WHETHER IT WAS BEING SAID IN MY PRESENCE.))
SUPER=01-Ed Mitchell/Former TAP Employee
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=TAP


BECAUSE he spoke up, Mitchell believes, he became a victim of retaliation.
He wants it known he's still a believer in TAP, but says there are serious internal problems with certain people.
Hooper- -Mitchell's former supervisor at TAP- -failed to return our phone calls.

Beyer


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-73
GRAPHIC=Don Beyer


Lieutenant Governor Don Beyer will NOT be in Buena Vista Monday for the parade that has become Virginia's premier fall campaign event.
But Beyer's campaign is busy squelching rumors today that he's reconsidering his Democratic bid for Governor next year.
A spokeswoman confirms Beyer's 20- year old son Donnie has been transferred from a Winchester hospital to a treatment center in Western Maryland.
That's after what the campaign confirms was a suicide attempt last week, when Donnie Beyer jumped from a bridge and was rescued by boaters.
The spokeswoman says the Lieutenant Governor's "feeling positive" about his son's condition.
Beyer cancelled his trip to the Democratic convention to spend more time with Donnie.
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VO-NAT
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The spokeswoman also confirms Beyer's grueling schedule has been re-designed to cut down on some of his travel.
A source within the campaign tells News 7 Beyer was "exhausted" by his recent schedule.
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TALENT=Keith
SS=Don Beyer


Beyer will be back on the campaign trail Sunday.
But he'll go to Tidewater Monday, and let Mark Warner represent Democrats in Buena Vista.

Henry-Street


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#96-62
GRAPHIC=Roanoke City Seal


The Henry Street revitalization project is about more than neighborhood renewal.
Roanoke City Mayor David Bowers
SS=David Bowers


hopes the project will help build trust between the city and the black community.
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VO-NAT
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Bowers says wounds from the 1960's have never healed.
The city has been criticized for demolishing parts of a predominantly black neighborhood to build the Roanoke Civic Center.
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((DAVID BOWERS/ROANOKE CITY MAYOR: SOMETHING SHOULD HAPPEN IN THE HENRY STREET AREA. IT'S NOT FOR ME TO SAY. IT'S FOR THE PEOPLE TO DECIDE AND THAT'S THE PROCESS THAT WERE GOING THROUGH. WE'VE HAD OTHER BLIGHTED AREAS IN THIS CITY AND THE CITY AND THE NEIGHBORS WORKED TOGETHER. WE DID THAT IN OLD SOUTHWEST.))
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Bowers is the interim chairman of the Henry Street Revival Committee.
He assumed the position after former mayor Noel Taylor resigned.
The committee has scheduled another public meeting on the project for September 10th at the Roanoke Civic Center.
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Tease#1

HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Keith
SS=NONE


Still to come on News 7 at 6--the latest on Holdren's. We'll hear what the stores' new owner has to say about the controversy over extended warranties.
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and furry winged creatures flying around the attic will drive anyone batty. But one New River Valley company specializes in ridding homes of bats. We'll have the story--Robin?
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Holdren's


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#96-74
GRAPHIC=Holdren's


Tonight we have the other side of the story about the thousands of appliance warranties owned by Holdren's customers that are now worthless.
Double Boxes=Keith and Len/Newsroom


Len Besthoff spoke by phone with an officer of Crenshaw's T-V and Appliance in Raleigh.
So, why did the new owner decide not to honor the extended service contracts Holdren's sold in the Roanoke area?
Live=Len Full/Newsroom
SUPER=@Len1;


Keith, the company insists it had no legal obligation to do so.
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(( Glenn Bagwell with Crenshaw TV and Appliance Company stresses it only bought Holdren's ASSETS, not the company, which was in poor financial shape.
So therefore it had no legal obligation to honor the service warranties Holdren's sold.
But for two months after the sale Crenshaw TV and Appliance covered the warranties, at least according to what Steve Terry told us yesterday.
He supervised all the Holdren's of Virginia stores until he resigned this week.
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SOT BLACKSBURG TAPE 03:11:31
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((So almost two months the contracts, the extended warranties, were honored? STEVE TERRY/FORMER HOLDREN'S OF VA GM: YES. Then the company...TERRY: THEN THERE WAS A DECISION MADE NOT TO HONOR THOSE GOING FORWARD.))
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Live=Len Full/Newsroom


Crenshaw TV and Appliance had no explanation for this, but did say Holdren's assets were "a mess", in worse shape than what was represented to them at the time of the sale.
The North Carolina company also says it's working to find a solution for the thousands of people who own the now worthless warranties.
Double Boxes=Keith and Len/Newsroom
(question: so what do we know about this company's operations in North

Carolina?)


Roanoke-pool


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#96-59
GRAPHIC=None


Roanoke City's plea for lifeguards made a big splash in the swimming community.
Yesterday city officials asked certified lifeguards for help during this holiday weekend.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The number of lifeguards was low because of college students returning to school.
And the city nearly had to close its two public pools, but 20 people responded to the plea.
Now both pools will be open for the three day weekend.
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((MICHELLE BONO/ROANOKE PUBLIC RELATIONS: FOR A LOT OF PEOPLE THIS IS NOT ONLY A NEAR BY PLACE TO GO, IT'S AFFORDABLE. IT'S A PLACE TO TAKE THE WHOLE FAMILY. SO WE REALLY WANTED TO HAVE THAT AS A RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITY ESPECIALLY FOR THIS WEEKEND AND LABOR DAY.))
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=None


The Washington Park Swimming Pool and the pool at Fallon park will be open noon to 8 p-m both Saturday and Sunday.
On Monday pool hours are noon to six.

Tessy-Plastics


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#96-68
GRAPHIC=None


120 new manufacturing jobs are headed to the Hill City.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lynchburg;


New York- based Tessy Plastics plans to build a new plant in the Lynchpin Industrial Park in Lynchburg.
The park already is home to the new Frito Lay plant which will open next year.
Officials say companies like Tessy are just as important to the city.
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((LEE COBB/LYNCHBURG ECON. DEVELOPMENT: THIS IS THE KIND OF THING THAT I WOULD TERM OUR BREAD AND BUTTER IN LYNCHBURG. WE'RE NOT GOING TO GET MANY FRITO- LAYS, IN FACT WE HAVEN'T SEE A FRITO- LAY IN THE PAST 13 YEARS. THE COMPANIES SUCH AS TESSY PLASTICS ARE THE ONES THAT ADD UP AND HAVE A TREMENDOUS IMPACT BY THE TIME YOU ADD UP THESE COMPANIES OVER A PERIOD OF 5 TO 7 YEARS.))
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Tessy Plastics makes components for cellular telephones, and is a major supplier for the Ericsson Corporation.
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=NOne


Expanding to Lynchburg puts Tessy right next door to its biggest customer.

Stocks


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=tbr
TAPE#=None
GRAPHIC=NONE


The stock market was off in the final session before the long holiday weekend.
The Dow fell 31 and a-half points closing for the week at 56 hundred 16.
NASDAQ was down three and a half points.
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Bat-Removal


ANCHOR=keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE#96-64
GRAPHIC=None


Got bats in your belfry, or even your attic?
Hold off on calling an exterminator, there is another option.
Tracy Altizer reports.
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(( Thousands of bats screeching out of a cave create a menacing site, and probably perpetuate the fears common to most people, though not necessarily founded.
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((BOB LEWIS/NRV GROTTO SOCIETY: THE VAST MAJORITY OF THEM CAN'T BITE YOU, THEY DON'T HAVE ENOUGH STRENGTH IN THEIR JAW MUSCLES TO PENETRATE THE SKIN. OLD MYTH ABOUT THEM WANTING TO FLY IN YOUR HAIR, THAT'S NOT TRUE. THEY'RE NOT DANGEROUS, THEY'RE REALLY NEAT LITTLE CREATURES SO WE DO WANT TO TAKE CARE OF THEM AND PROTECT THEM. ))
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On this day, Lewis and members of New River Valley Grotto, a group of cavers, are on a Christiansburg office building with bats in the attic.
Rather than sealing it and killing the bats, the cavers drape a special netting over the vents.
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((THIS ALLOWS THE BATS TO FLY OUT OF THE ATTIC AREA AND THEY CAN'T GET BACK IN. AND THEY'LL TRY TO GET BACK IN A COUPLE OF TIMES AND THEN END UP GOING SOMEWHERE ELSE. ))
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With increased development and fewer good caves or trees to call home, they may just find other attics.
That doesn't mean we, in this region, need to worry about a group like this taking up residence in our homes.
The small brown bats most prevalent here may be perfectly comfortable hanging out in a bat house. Virginia Tech's Museum of Natural History has kits to build your own.
You may even learn to appreciate them. One bat may eat several thousand bugs each night. And certain species are critical for pollination.
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((FOR EXAMPLE, THE GUAVA FRUIT THAT GROWS IN THE TROPICS. IT WOULD NOT EXIST IF IT WEREN'T FOR BATS. THEY ARE THE ONLY CREATURES THAT POLLINATE THESE TREES. ))
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The National Spelological Society has 177 grotto groups nationwide. Most, like the New River Valley's, will provide bat removal free of charge. Tracy Altizer, News 7.))

Sports tease


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=none
GRAPHIC=none


Great balls of fire at darlington as Ward Burton's car explodes in flames during qualifying, Jarrett is as hot as ever,
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and Friday Football extra has arrived, the schedule and a fire side chat with Mike Stevens about tonight's games.
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S-Qualify


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=R-34
GRAPHIC=Darlington


Dale Jarrett took a big step towards winning the Winston Million as the Quality Care Ford driver captured the pole for Sunday's Mountain Dew Southern 500 today at Darlington in first round qualifying.
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SUPER=03-Darlington, SC/ESPN-2; :00


Not a good day for the 8th driver out, Ward Burton. Coming out of turn 4,
the South Boston native gets loose, spin sand hits the wall hard. His #22 MBNA

Pontiac explodes into flames,
Then a special moment. Fellow driver Ricky rudd rushes to Burton's side and helps him out of the car, He was not hurt.
Cup point leader Terry Labonte and his Kellogs Chevrolet will start from the number 8 spot.
Dale Jarrett's chase for the million begins from the top spot, he wins the pole with a speed of 170.934 miles per hour.
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((DALE JARRETT/MOUNTAIN DEW SOUTHERN 500 POLE WINNER:))
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S-Numbers


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=none
GRAPHIC=Darlington


Bill Elliott qualified 26th, Rusty wallace 28th and Kyle Petty 38th. Here's the drivers that did make the field. wipe to boards
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Schrader//5. Sterling Marlin;
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Hut Stricklin;
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SUPER=0107-11. Derrike Cope//12. Dale Earnhardt//13. Ernie Irvan//14. Kenny

Wallace//15. John Andretti;
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SUPER=0107-16. Todd Bodine//17. Jimmy Spencer//18. Ricky Rudd//19. Brett

Bodine//20. Ted Musgrave
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SUPER=0107-21. Bobby Labonte//22. Michael Waltrip//23. Loy Allen//24. Jeremy

Mayfield//25. Bobby Hillin;
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S-FFE


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#FB96-1
GRAPHIC=FFe Logo
SUPER=19-Mike Stevens


The 1996 high school football season opens tonight and that means plenty of highlights on Friday Football Extra.
Tonight we'll showcase 30 teams. Toss to Mike
And Mike Stevens is already busy getting things ready for the first night of LIVE action. Mike on Big Screen
Steve, 15 games on tap tonight on our slate and one of the most interesting of the night is down in Amherst where the defending Division Four champs from Amherst are welcomed to the Triple A ranks by William Fleming.
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((MICKEY CROUCH/AMHERST HEAD COACH: )) ((GEORGE "KILLER" MILLER/FLEMING HEAD COACH: ))
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SUPER=01-George "Killer" Miller/Fleming Head Coach; :
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OUT Q=.....stronger Faster."
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S-Glass


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#FB96-2
GRAPHIC=FFe Logo BIG SCREEN


When Amherst moved up, Heritage moved down from the Western into the Double-A seminole.
But the move hasn't affected the Pioneers long standing rivalry with E.C.Glass that renews itself tonight.
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((BO HENSON/E.C. GLASS HEAD COACH: ))
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The Pioneers have moved over to the Double A Division. But the rivalry with Glass is just as intense as ever.
However, Heritage is part of the youth movement in the area and again the Hilltoppers will be a challenge.
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((PEM APPERSON/HERITAGE HEAD COACH: ))
SUPER=01-Pem Apperson/Heritage Head Coach; :
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S-Schedule


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S6-19
GRAPHIC=FFE LOGO


Now here's a look at the list of invitees coming to tonight's first Friday Football Extra party of the year.
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S-Avalanche


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-21
GRAPHIC=Avalanche/hillcats Logo


The Lynchburg Hillcats visit Salem Memorial Stadium this weekend for a six game series that has playoff implications for the Cats.
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SUPER=03-Salem; :


The Hillcats are a half a game behind the Wilmington Blue Rocks in the Carolina Leagues Northern division.
Lynchburg has won only one game at Memorial Stadium this season. But the team has been in a series like this before.
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((JEFF BANISTER/HILLCATS MANAGER: )) ((BILL MCGUIRE/AVALANCHE MANAGER: ))
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ANCHOR=Steve
SS=Hold Logo


The two teams will play six games in four days tonight's action begins at 7. Wx-Tape
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Promo


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=jmo
TAPE#Promo
GRAPHIC=None


It's been four years since Buena Vista took an economic hit when the Blue Bird Plant closed down.
The company has apparently had potential buyers showing interest in the factory--
Double Boxes=Keith and Connie/Newsroom


But Connie Stevens says Blue Bird didn't wanted to sell.
Talent=Connie
SUPER=@Connie1;


Keith, in the last several months two manufacturers have made offers for the vacant building but Blue Bird officials don't seem to be interested.
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VO-NAT


The latest bid was made by a Natural Bridge company which was willing to pay more than the property's assessed value. Blue Bird's refusal to accept the offer is frustrating to the area's top economic development officer.
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SOT 4:54:21
IN Q=This is

((DAVID KLEPPINGER/RAEDC DIRECTOR: THIS IS THE WORST SITUATION I'VE PERSONALLY HAVE DEALT WITH. ))
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OUT Q=have dealt with.
Double Boxes=Keith and Connie/Newsroom

tonight on News 7 at 11. We'll have that story and a wrap-up of the days' news, sports and weather