200 People Attend Public Meeting As Concern Mounts Over Planned Plastic Factory In Skibbereen
Opponents of the project say the facility is not appropriate for the area and have appealed the decision to An Bord Pleanála.
Pic Credit: Tony Compagno
The company behind plans for a controversial plastics factory in a West Cork town say while they welcome the decision of Cork County Council to grant planning permission, they're declining to make any public comment.
Almost 200 people attended a heated public meeting in Skibbereen last Thursday where concerns and fears about the project were voiced.
Our senior reporter Fiona O'Donovan has this report for RedFM News:
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