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Amlat says it's come a 'long way'
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MONROE - The infant formula production company planning to build in Monroe has cleared "a lot of hurdles," according to a company spokesman, but at least one city alderman remains skeptical that the plan will come to fruition. Marilyn Pfarr, Amlat administrative manager, updated the status of the Amlat project at the Monroe Common Council meeting Tuesday, as requested by council members in December. Pfarr said the company, which is being created by Dong Han of Beijing, on 20 acres in Monroe's north industrial park, recently completed designs for its building, hired Miron Construction to build its 48,450-square-foot facility, and has an equipment company under contract.