The Michigan Dept. of Environmental Quality reportedly has reaffirmed an air quality permit for General Motors Corp. to build a new auto body coating and assembly plant in the Lansing area. GM wants to build the new plant in Delta Twp., just west of Lansing, with an expected output of 356,000 units annually. Local environmental groups and nearby residents were protesting GM’s plans and the original permit, issued Sept. 6, 2001, was rejected by the Environmental Appeals Board because of ...
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