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City claims 'lawful authority' in revoking Oneida plant permit

7:22 AM, Dec. 5, 2012
An opponent of the Oneida Seven Generations development carries a sign at Green Bay City Hall during the Nov. 27 City Council meeting.
An opponent of the Oneida Seven Generations development carries a sign at Green Bay City Hall during the Nov. 27 City Council meeting.
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The city of Green Bay is denying that it overstepped its bounds by revoking the permit for a controversial waste-to-energy plant development proposed on the city's west side.

Attorneys for the city submitted a response Tuesday to a lawsuit filed by would-be plant developer Oneida Seven Generations Corp.

Oneida Seven Generations alleged that the city exceeded its authority and committed other errors in repealing a permit for the trash-recycling gasification plant proposed at 1230 Hurlbut St. ...

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