Sacramento poultry plant wins approval to move
Commissioners who previously voted against the permit praised plant owner Harry Cheung and the SPCA for resolving their concerns, thought they also criticized people who put public pressure on the SPCA and the commission to change their stance. The SPCA originally protested the move, stating that the new slaughter facility would be too close to its building and thereby disruptive to business. The commission on March 10 voted 5-3 in favor of granting the permit for the plant, but the vote was treated as a denial because at least six votes are required for approval.
Source: Sacramento Bee