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Oneida tribal land zoned for new recycling plant

Some tribal members oppose Seven Generations project

7:19 AM, Feb. 14, 2013
Oneida tribal chairman Ed Delgado talks with reporters after Brown County Circuit Court Judge Marc Hammer ruled against Oneida Seven Generations Corp. in its lawsuit against the City of Green Bay last month.
Oneida tribal chairman Ed Delgado talks with reporters after Brown County Circuit Court Judge Marc Hammer ruled against Oneida Seven Generations Corp. in its lawsuit against the City of Green Bay last month.
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An Oneida Tribe of Indians panel has approved a new gasification plant site on tribal land in Outagamie County, but many hurdles remain for the controversial project.

Tribal members have submitted a petition signed by more than 80 people opposing the development on the former Tower Foods grocery store site just west of the Brown County line.

That petition seeks a General Tribal Council - similar to a public referendum - to decide the future of the trash-recycling gasification development. ...

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