Longtime southwest Fresno resident Mary Curry and Fresno City Councilman Oliver Baines celebrate after the council on Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017, approved an agreement with Darling Ingredients for the company to move its meat-rendering plant out of a southwest neighborhood.
Longtime southwest Fresno resident Mary Curry and Fresno City Councilman Oliver Baines celebrate after the council on Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017, approved an agreement with Darling Ingredients for the company to move its meat-rendering plant out of a southwest neighborhood. TIM SHEEHAN THE FRESNO BEE
Longtime southwest Fresno resident Mary Curry and Fresno City Councilman Oliver Baines celebrate after the council on Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017, approved an agreement with Darling Ingredients for the company to move its meat-rendering plant out of a southwest neighborhood. TIM SHEEHAN THE FRESNO BEE

Fresno OKs deal to relocate meat-rendering plant out of a southwest neighborhood

October 26, 2017 08:29 PM

UPDATED October 28, 2017 12:51 PM

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