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Terry Stoll letter: Thanks for denying batch plant permit

I wish to thank the Clay County Planning Commission for once again denying Border States Paving from putting in a batch asphalt plant next to our home. I would also like to thank our neighbors for their support in the matter.

I wish to thank the Clay County Planning Commission for once again denying Border States Paving from putting in a batch asphalt plant next to our home. I would also like to thank our neighbors for their support in the matter.

For the commissioner who thought they might be sending a confusing message, I say the message was consistent with the way the commission voted two years ago, there would be an immediate health concern for my wife. I hope now that the people at Border States will get the message that this is not the appropriate place for putting in a batch asphalt plant.

To paraphrase some one I dearly love, "Think about what consequences your actions are going to have on other people and ask yourself how would you feel?"

Terry Stoll

Ulen, Minn.

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