WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) – A delay in Renzi Foodservice’s expansion could cost the company thousands.
Renzi already started preliminary ground work to expand its facility in the city industrial park off Arsenal Street.
But, a recent change in federal wetland regulations requires Renzi to use larger, deeper pipes and re-do all of the work.
Add in the supply chain shortages, and company president John Renzi told economic officials Thursday it could cost hundreds of thousands of dollars extra and help may be needed.
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