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GloFo’s plan for second chip factory draws mixed reaction at hearing

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GlobalFoundries’ plans for a second computer chip plant in Luther Forest drew both praise and criticism during a brief public hearing Monday at Malta Town Hall. Of four speakers, one opposed the project and two had criticisms. The final speaker, Stillwater Planning Board Chairman Bob Barsheid, said the company has a good track record in dealing with community concerns. “GlobalFoundries has always been responsible, and responsive to our questions,” he said. “The town of Stillwater ...

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