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PRINCETON, MO. (2010-2-19) Monday night at 8 O'clock. That's when State officials are meeting with North Missouri residents regarding the future of premium standard farms.
The pork processor employs 25,000 people through 7 North Missouri Counties. But it's considering pulling out because of another $30 million in mandates the State is asking it to spend on clean environment technology and that's on top of $40 million it's already invested. Bethany representative Casey Gurnsey says if PSF is forced to move out, the impact on North Missouri residents is unimaginable. The public meeting is set for Monday night at 8 O'clock. It will be in the princeton high school gymnasium.
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