Cotrone


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Cotrone:

see CrotonaCrotona
, Croton,
or Kroton
, ancient city, S Italy, on the east coast of Bruttium (now Calabria), a colony of Magna Graecia founded c.708 B.C. There Pythagoras established his school, which exerted a notable political and moral influence.
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Cotrone said he has talked to the city about expanding into the former Greenwood Street landfill.
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Cotrone said in a recent interview at his office on the approximately 22-acre site at Wiser Avenue.
Cotrone said the containers were taken earlier this year from the Southbridge Street site, which Intransit Container has been leasing from the railroad since 1987.
Cotrone, who said Intransit has had its headquarters on Wiser Avenue since the early 1990s, noted the company has been talking to the city of Worcester about eventually expanding its site to nearby land.
Cotrone, president of Intransit, declined to comment yesterday.