BROWNVILLE, NY , Aug. 15, 2014 (Watertown Daily Times) -
Florelle Tissue Corp., temporarily shuttered for about a year and strapped with debt, could start making paper products again on a limited basis this fall.
Company President Harry Minas said Wednesday that electrical repairs needed to reopen the plant were finished in June. A transformer that supplies three-phase power to the plant's eight papermaking machines failed, forcing the plant to close in August 2013. The company has been unable to make payments on public loans.
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