Taku Ronsman, right, a supporter of the Oneida Seven Generations project, discusses the issue Tuesday with City Council President Tom DeWane after the council adjourned without hearing from the public.
Supporters and opponents of Oneida Seven Generations Corp.'s proposed alternative energy development are continuing to wage a highly charged public debate, even as the dispute moves into court.
Both sides were represented Tuesday as the Green Bay City Council met behind closed doors to discuss its strategy in a lawsuit filed by Oneida Seven Generations after the city repealed a permit for the development.
Supporters of the trash-recycling project were particularly vocal in demanding that the City Council hear their concerns, then booing and shouting when their request was denied. One ...