(Harlan) Farm Service Coop has been granted permission from the Shelby County Board of Supervisors to begin work on an addition to their Defiance location. Farm Service Coop plans to construct/relocate two 30,000 gallon bullets for NH3 storage on their property just outside of Defiance. Farm Service Coop has reportedly met all of the guidelines as set by the Department of Agriculture. According to Supervisors chairman James Burmeister, the public hearing held earlier today resulted in no negative public comments. Burmeister told KSOM/KS95.7 news that the expansion project comes at an estimated cost of 5.5 million over four years.