Stonecrest Mayor Jason Lary issues statement regarding Metro Green Recycling construction

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Stonecrest Mayor Jason Lary released a letter to citizens today, July 16, explaining why he lifted the stop-work order this week issued to the  Metro Green recycling plant, a project that community residents say is unwanted and will bring pollution, noise and destroy their property values.

Metro Green is building a recycling plant on a 50-acre tract in the city at 2450 Miller Road. The facility would recycle concrete and other debris from construction and demolition sites. Lary’s  letter includes a response to DeKalb Commissioner Mereda Davis Johnson, who said she was “saddened” by  his decision to lift the stop-work order in an online newsletter to constituents on yesterday(July 15).

The mayor’s letter can be found below:

DeKalb Commissioner Mereda Davis Johnson’s statement regarding the mayor’s decision is published below:

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