Perdue soybean plant opponents visit YDR editorial board

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Two Hellam Township residents visited with the York Daily Record/Sunday News editorial board today to share their concerns about a soybean processing facility proposed by Perdue in Conoy Township, Lancaster County. Hellam Township Board of Supervisors chairman Mike Martin and Dr. Warren Evans say hexane that would be emitted by the plant will cause air pollution problems in York County and beyond. The accompanying video shows the entire session.

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3 Responses to Perdue soybean plant opponents visit YDR editorial board

  1. Carol says:

    Thanks so much for the great in-depth coverage!!!

  2. Deb Livingston says:

    Thank you, Scott, for arranging the opportunity for Warren and Mike to provide a thorough and clear picture of the health threat facing York Countians if the Perdue plant is allowed to be built!

  3. Larry Busino says:

    We all need to pay attention to what goes on around us and insure that all reasonable measures are taken to ensure the health and well being of we and our neighbors. Very good coverage, thank you for the community service.

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