GRAPHIC: Carter’s Properties in Planned Mining Project

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Former Robbins village board member Willie Carter owns several properties within the areas slated for a major mining project in the city—a project that Carter voted to approve while on the board. Additionally, a real estate company owned by Carter’s son—KJC Properties—also owns several parcels either in or near the project area. Here is a look at where the properties are located in proximity to the project area:

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