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Balloons give a hint of height of GloFo smokestacks

Resident Michael Carlito looks at Round Lake to see a balloon test that show the visual impact of GlobalFoundries' proposed second computer chip plant in Malta on Saturday, May 4, 2013.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Resident Michael Carlito looks at Round Lake to see a balloon test that show the visual impact of GlobalFoundries' proposed second computer chip plant in Malta on Saturday, May 4, 2013.
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We were at the fifth of our nine stops, and all we had seen so far were newly green trees, blue sky and lakes so still they reflected the clouds. Art Smuckler motioned for us to step up on his deck. “You see?” he pointed south from the side porch of his Stillwater home. “There are your cranes. And there are your balloons.” I saw the cranes, and next to them a tiny black speck ...


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