ANCIENT ARTIFACTS: Plant Construction Can Begin

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Construction crews now have the go-ahead to begin work on a new fertilizer plant in Lee County.

The Army Corp of Engineers has approved building permits for the $1.3 billion plant.

Over a month ago the discovery of Native American artifacts threatened to delay the project.

As part of the permit agreement two areas of the construction site will be excavated and searched for additional artifacts.

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