Thank you for writing about this, it is sad to see a business that has developed a specialized product, right in your own backyard, that is almost 100 years old, close its doors.
But this is happening and no one even noticed except a man to argue over grammer with the author of the article.
It doesn't matter, 55 more people, out of a job..most of whom have worked at the plant since it was Reid Avery and some who have never worked anywhere else. All because Maryland officials did not step in when Lincoln asked for incentives to stay.
There are machines used in the old processes that are almost as old as the company still located in the building. It's part of Maryland's industrial history almost to be no more.
oh well..time to move on....