Unionized laborers to build Mingo coal-gas plant
Developers of a proposed liquid coal plant in Mingo County have agreed to hire unionized local construction workers to build the plant, officials said Thursday.
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#1 Feb 15, 2011
for your information i think that the jobs should be given to the people in the community, that is the problem with our community and that is why allof our young men and women are walking the road or sitting on the bridge because they don"t get a chance to work cause they they all bring there workers
#2 Feb 15, 2011
From the article, your wish is their command:
'....have agreed to hire unionized local construction workers to build the plant'.....
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#3 Feb 16, 2011
More, cheaper electricity and fuel, that's how we grow our economy.
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