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Burn chamber’s future topic of Thursday town hall meeting

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A panel discussion Thursday gave supporters and opponents of whether the contained burn chamber should stay or go a chance to voice their concerns and ask questions – and most of that centered on job creation.

A crowd of about 150 people came out to the meeting where Explosive Service International Vice President Jason Poe, Project Manager Dean Schellhase, David Madden and Toxicologist Dr. Robert Flournoy fielded comments and questions. While many voiced their support of the chamber staying at Camp Minden, others said they wanted it to go.

Minden-South Webster Chamber of Commerce board member Pam Bloxom said she was pleased

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