mozilla wrote:The tax records show that the man in question pays around $110,000 a year in taxes on the plant. It is appraised at around $4.2 Million. The sale price in 1982 was 2.3 Million.
Great work Jeff that is about the only thing he does and it is interesting as when the township tried to buy it He wanted 22 million for it! He is in my book a terrible person letting it get that way Publicker sold him it in 1982 as you said in order to have extra money for capital projects to get new equipment for their try at packaging other goods at Linfield and in the old Bigler Bottle House in Phila. They hoped to take on P&G, As we know it failed and he shut it up without even trying to rent it for storage as He Bragged He was going to do with in.
The Warehouses could have been made into Condo's and the front could have been made into a living History Museum Place, could have called it the Neuman Condo's At Kinsey Distillery or such!
Kinsey The unhurried Whiskey
Kinsey The Genial Gin