Asphalt maker puts Chelmsford storage-expansion plan on hold

Full story: Lowell Sun
A tug-of-war between Aggregate Industries Inc. and abutters over whether the asphalt manufacturer should be allowed to store more hazardous materials at its Oak Street plant has ended -- for now. Full Story
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Dracut, MA

#1 Oct 24, 2008
Well done Chelmsford. These companies need to be forced to real and clean alternatives. The best alternative is no expansion. Lungs all over the area are rejoicing!
Maggie

Boston, MA

#2 Oct 24, 2008
That piece of news must be a great relief to anyone within 3 miles of that place.

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