July 28, 2015


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Huge subdivision gets first OK

Changes appease one firm, but not another

Dennis Smerchanski of Border Chemical in Transcona says proposed changes to the subdivision aren't sufficient. He remains opposed to it.

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Dennis Smerchanski of Border Chemical in Transcona says proposed changes to the subdivision aren't sufficient. He remains opposed to it. Photo Store

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Updated on Wednesday, May 21, 2014 at 9:43 AM CDT: Corrects typo

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