East Flat Rock beekeeper and residents organize to say no to asphalt plant

From East Flat Rock beekeeper Michelle Tennant Nicholson:

East Flat Rock Residents Organize, Say No to Asphalt Plant
Resident Across the Street from Land Parcel NOT Notified about Neighborhood Compatibility Meetings by Henderson County

Last night FriendsOfEastFlatRock.org organized and is asking any resident or business in and around Henderson County to submit questions to the Henderson County Planning board by the deadline, Sunday, June 7 at 11:45 pm eastern. Michelle Tennant Nicholson, a beekeeper and chicken farmer living across the street from the proposed site says she was not notified by Henderson County about the neighborhood compatibility meeting taking place Monday, June 8, 2020, at 1:00 pm via zoom even though she can see the property from her driveway. For links, go to FriendsofEastFlatRock.org or call Michelle at 828.817.4034 who is organizing neighbors to have input.

East Flat Rock land photo: http://onlinepresskit247.com/upload/storytellertothemedia/east-flat-rock-land-photo-1591186843.jpg
Video of targeted land parcel: https://youtu.be/l5Osq-e8g4c
Video of beekeeper living across the street from targeted land parcel: https://youtu.be/j-eXhTsWuWk
300,000+ bees living across the street from targeted land parcel: https://youtu.be/z8eST3_ccsg
VIDEO OF LANDOWNER, BEEKEEPER — Michelle Tennant owns 1.5 acres across a land parcel targeted for an asphalt plant https://youtu.be/iKblEYUK3k4

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