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Concrete plant proposal shot down at community committee

Coun. Wyatt cites environmental concerns as key to denial

Transcona residents Betty Thiessen and Kim Poitras were two of the many who spoke out against a proposed concrete batch plant near their homes.

FILE PHOTO BY DAN FALLOON

Transcona residents Betty Thiessen and Kim Poitras were two of the many who spoke out against a proposed concrete batch plant near their homes.

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