Friday, March 09, 2001

Sayler Park residents can talk to Corps about cement plant

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        The Army Corps of Engineers will hold a public hearing April 19 on a plan to build a cement plant in Sayler Park.

        Residents who oppose the plant have petitioned the corps not to approve Lone Star Industries' riverfront transportation center without first hearing their complaints about potential noise, dust and traffic.

        The corps, which must ap prove building a barge terminal on the Ohio River, can reject the project because of impact it might have on the community.

        Lone Star officials maintain that, because the plant is in an industrial strip across a rail line and a highway from any homes, most residents won't even notice it.

        The hearing is scheduled for 7 p.m. at Sayler Park Community Center, 6720 Home City Ave.


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