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Posted: Wednesday, 23 October 2013 6:10PM

The CEO Of New Products Wants Protection From Potential Complaints

Harbor Shores has gotten a special land use permit approved by the Benton Harbor Planning Commission. With it they plan to build two cottages worth $400,000 each along Graham Avenue. Next door to the property is New Products Corporation. It's CEO Cheryl Miller has some concerns. She says a lot of noise can be generated at the plant which will give guests something to complain about.


A request for protection was not entertained by the commission. Harbor Shores plans to build two units, then add more pending market demand.

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