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Paul Linzmeyer column: Rescinding Oneida Seven Generations permit defies logic

9:13 PM, Jan. 2, 2013
Paul Linzmeyer
Paul Linzmeyer
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The Green Bay City Council's decision to rescind the Oneida Seven Generations Corp.'s conditional use permit defies logic, sets a horrible precedent for the city's future business development, and exposes taxpayers to millions in damages as a result of a lawsuit pending in court.

Before another dime is spent on attorney fees, council President Thomas DeWane, and others on the council who voted to kill the waste-to-energy project, need to tell the people of Green Bay what we stand to gain - or lose - by engaging in another expensive lawsuit.

If the council's action is allowed to stand, we would ...

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