Bear Lake could have worked for plastics plant

As a resident, I was concerned about the article saying Bear Lake did not want the petrochemical plant. 

If the plant would be built, it would bring more employment to our community and replace lost infrastructure when the last downturn for the forestry happened.

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I will not bury my head in the sand. There are concerns but when all the cards are on the table, everyone will see and reap the benefits.

H. Hall

Bear Lake

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