Joe Berger of Seabrook holds up a sign advertising the website stopthejellyballs.com which, he says, is part of a grassroots movement to prevent Carolina Jelly Balls LLC from locating a processing in Lobeco. Berger made his feelings known during a community meeting Feb. 6, 2014, at James J. Davis Elementary School in Dale.
Joe Berger of Seabrook holds up a sign advertising the website stopthejellyballs.com which, he says, is part of a grassroots movement to prevent Carolina Jelly Balls LLC from locating a processing in Lobeco. Berger made his feelings known during a community meeting Feb. 6, 2014, at James J. Davis Elementary School in Dale. Staff photo
Joe Berger of Seabrook holds up a sign advertising the website stopthejellyballs.com which, he says, is part of a grassroots movement to prevent Carolina Jelly Balls LLC from locating a processing in Lobeco. Berger made his feelings known during a community meeting Feb. 6, 2014, at James J. Davis Elementary School in Dale. Staff photo

Hundreds question jellyfish processing plan

February 06, 2014 10:58 PM