By TINA ALVEY
LEWISBURG, W.Va. — Acknowledging that some questions about the project remain unanswered, Greenbrier County Commission President Woody Hanna said he has requested that Jason Perry, one of the developers of a proposed synthetic fuel plant, attend an upcoming commission session.
A couple of people have already aired concerns at commission meetings, questioning the environmental impact and funding mechanism for the facility, which is planned for the Sam Black area near I-64.
Hanna announced Friday evening that Perry is tentatively scheduled to make a presentation on the biodiesel production project at the commission’s Jan. 23 meeting.
According to Commissioner Lowell Rose, the point of Perry’s appearance at a commission session is to allow him to describe the project and address the public’s concerns, not to engage in a contentious back-and-forth.
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