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January 23, 2009 | 09:06 AM

Are we gaurenteed that these jobs would be for Crawford County residents exclusivley? How would this benifit our county economically if they are promised tax cuts? My prperty taxes went up, but they are being offered tax cuts by our County to entice them into operating here. Also, would it effect home values? If home values decrease, then the home owners would be "under water" with their mortgages, and no way to get out of them. I would hate to own a home, to see the value cut in half, especially in todays market. I would be interested in hearing from residents of other communites that have THIS type of plant. Would we recieve cheaper energy costs, or would this energy go to other communites? ... I think we should use common sense when it comes to this power plant. Crawford County's beauty should not be prostituted out to gain a few dollars.

T. Paine
Schuler Bauer
Barbara Shaw
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