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Scrap shredder sues Chicago for reneging on deal to fast-track opening on the heavily polluted Southeast Side

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“We regret filing this lawsuit, but we are left with no choice to protect our business, employees, suppliers, and customers,” Steve Joseph, RMG’s chief executive, said in a statement. “A business that has spent $80 million to build the most environmentally conscious metal recycling plant in the country must be able to rely on government agencies following their own laws, regulations, and agreements.”

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