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Rezoning Approved For New Plant; Opponents And Supporters Speak Out

Published: 9:21 PM, 02/22/2011


Supporters and opponents of a new industry's plans to build a plant in western Greene County spoke out at the Greene County Commission meeting on Feb. 22, 2011. Commissioners approved required industrial rezoning  for Austin Powder Company. Video by Brian Cutshall. Click here for related video.


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Keywords: Austin  Powder  Company,  U.S.  Nitrogen  LLC,  rezoning,  Greene  County  Commission 


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