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Wait. You think this process has been "open"? If that were the case, you wouldn't have to worry about a public vote. Residents would be aware of it and would have shown their support already. But the public is just now learning about all of this and they are very likely to reject what you claim is an "open" process.

How could Wholestone, or anyone, think that this would be welcome news to citizens?Another giant slaughterhouse in city limits? Of course there would be objections. I think they did know, so they kept it as quiet as possible.

Now, the public will have the final say. Apparently, you think that decision should be yours.

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