Zoning official resigns after conflict-of-interest questions

In mid April, The Reporting Project, a nonprofit news organization of the Denison University Journalism Program, ran a story detailing concerns by citizens near the Intel development about the environment impact of proposed asphalt plants, as well as the sale of property to a St. Albans Township zoning official. Key point: At the end of February, two Shelly Company affiliates expressed interest in installing asphalt plants on the southeast and northwest sides of Alexandria in St. Albans Township.”

Link: St. Albans Township zoning official resigns after residents raise concerns about conflict of interest over controversial asphalt-plant proposals – The Reporting Project – Covering Licking County, Ohio


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