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Malta officials: Proposed Exit 11A needs more study

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The idea of a new Northway exit just north of Exit 11 in Round Lake needs more study as planning starts for a second GlobalFoundries computer chip plant in Luther Forest, town officials said. “When will Exit 11A be needed? That’s something we ought to know,” said Malta town Supervisor Paul Sausville. “If it will be needed in eight years, then we need to start preparing now.” The town this week asked GlobalFoundries to expand ...


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