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Gillette economy bouncing back after a rough year

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The economy of Gillette saw a few dark years while the coal industry fell, but the roll-back on EPA Regulations creates new growth.

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The economy of Gillette saw a few dark years while the coal industry fell, but the roll-back on EPA Regulations creates new growth.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12487/6852817?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Fri, 31 Mar 2017 04:05:41 +0000 Gillette economy bouncing back after a rough year The economy of Gillette saw a few dark years while the coal industry fell, but the roll-back on EPA Regulations creates new growth. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12487/6852817?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KOTA blank - leave blank do not use or delete>> . (pause) with president trump signing the epa rollbacks, gillette businesses sense a revival. our brenna ramsden was in campbell county today to see for herself. ramsden>> sticking to one of his campaign promises president donald trump rolled back epa regulations on the energy industry. mcgrath>> ryan mcgrath chamber of commerce board chairman>> rolling those back is going to help the coal mining industry and the trickledown effect to the people who service the coal mines and the railroads as well. ramsden>> gillette chamber of commerce chairman ryan mcgrath says it's nice to have businesses returning to the community. mcgrath>> "that's definitely a good sign for gillette, for our economy and our state." ramsden>> the last few years have been dark for the mining community in gillette... nearly 2,000 jobs were laid off- but since the trump administration hit capitol hill, president trump>> i will make this promise, we will bring our coal miners back. ramsden>> jobs have quickly been called back. mayor carter-king>> louise carter-king mayor of gillette>> i hope that it will mean we can open new doors and get back to where we were before. ramsden>> mayor louise says the coal industry is important to gillette carter-king>> "we have the community and the businesses and the infrastructure to bring people here." ramsden>> but it's not a one sided relationship... the city plays an important role in the industry as well. carter napier>> carter napier gillette city administrator>> "i think it is an absolute impressive balance that has worked very, very well. i think that people would be surprised to see that they work." ramsden>> brenna ramsden kota territory news>> city officials say they are hopeful for the revival of gillette not only because of the coal industry but the use of technology and new developments as well. in gillette im brenna ramsden kota territory news. mp>> environmental




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