GRÜNHEIDE, Germany—Elon Musk’s push to turn Tesla Inc. into a global car maker and energize its electric-vehicles sales in Europe through a new plant in Germany is nearing what could be its final hurdle.
People who have opposed the site—and in some cases, tried to derail Mr. Musk’s plans—have until Oct. 14 to voice any final objections to the planned factory. The state environment agency will then assess the complaints, with 814 already in hand. They include objections over clearing trees and concerns over the impact on wildlife and drinking water.
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