Dallas Council approves relocating concrete plant

Dallas City Council approved $2.5 million in economic incentives Wednesday to move a concrete plant to a new location, away from the up-and-coming Trinity Groves development, by an 8-6 vote.

The vote came after two-and-a-half hours of intense debate, as some neighbors near the new proposed plant opposed the relocation due to fears of pollution and dust from the plant in their neighborhood.

The Argos concrete plant – which has been operating since the 1970s at 240 Singleton Boulevard – would also be moved closer to a middle school.


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