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Thursday, July 19, 2018
$600 million cement facility in Mitchell will have a impact on city and Lawrence County
MITCHELL — When construction begins on the new cement-production facility in Mitchell, approximately 1,000 construction workers will filter into the community over the course of the four-year construction phase. Local leaders are banding together to not only decide what incentive options are available to the company, but also taking a proactive approach toward how to handle the influx of people into Lawrence County while the facility is being built. Courtesy photo Lehigh Hanson
MITCHELL — When construction begins on the new cement-production facility in Mitchell, approximately 1,000 construction workers will filter into the community over the course of the four-year construction phase. Local leaders are banding together to not only decide what incentive options are available to the company, but also taking a proactive approach toward how to handle the influx of people into Lawrence County while the facility is being built. Courtesy photo Lehigh Hanson
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Thursday, July 19, 2018


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