Wednesday November 26, 2014

McKenna Hall packed for WIT info meeting

Review photo 3843 — Greg Nikkel

Over 300 people pack into McKenna Hall for a meeting held by the WIT Shareholders Group on Feb. 4, where they laid out their reasons for not selling the Weyburn Inland Terminal. A Canadian grain company, Parrish & Heimbecker, has made an offer of $17.25 a share to buy the entire assets of the Terminal, and a shareholders special meeting will be held on Friday, Feb. 28, to vote on the offer. The Shareholders Group, whose members are sitting at table at the bottom of the photo, feels that WIT can continue to survive and compete in today’s agriculture industry with the staff and facilities they currently have.


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