A public hearing was set by the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality director at 6 p.m. on July 16 in the Gentry High School auditorium to allow public participation in the determination of the terms and conditions of the final air permit applied for by SWEPCO’s Flint Creek Power Plant and tentatively approved by ADEQ.
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News, Pages 3 on 06/19/2013
Print Headline: Public hearing set in Gentry