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Global Foundries: No Northway exit needed

Chipmaker offers intersection upgrades

Global Foundries' Fab 8 complex in the Luther Forest Technology Park is seen from the air in January 2013.
Global Foundries' Fab 8 complex in the Luther Forest Technology Park is seen from the air in January 2013.
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As they consider whether to build a second computer chip plant, GlobalFoundries officials want the towns of Malta and Stillwater to drop a requirement for a new Northway exit. In return for dropping the Exit 11A plan, the chipmaker is offering to make improvements at a half-dozen intersections. The traffic created by thousands of additional workers at the Fab 8 complex appears to be the biggest issue as the two towns consider the environmental impact ...


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