LG battery plant moving forward, officials say

By Josh Ortega | Queen Creek Tribune

With no more public input required, the LG plant construction will continue as planned, local and county officials said last week.

On June 21, a joint meeting between the Town of Queen Creek and the Pinal County Board of Supervisors brought experts together to help answer any questions citizens had about the project.

Citizens brought their questions to the Combs High School Performing Arts Center and through some heated moments, some were answered but some grievances remained.

“What they did up there is just show us that they’ve already made up their mind they don’t care what we’re going to say,” George Rascon said.

Rascon, 22, of San Tan Valley, said the meeting was informative but redundant. He said it didn’t address the possibility of residents dealing with the noise, pollution and traffic from this.

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