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Tribal foes of Oneida plant might try to dissolve company

7:13 AM, Apr. 4, 2013
Oneida Seven Generations Corp. operates from tribal facilities at 1239 Flight-Way Drive in Hobart.
Oneida Seven Generations Corp. operates from tribal facilities at 1239 Flight-Way Drive in Hobart.
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The company known as Oneida Seven Generations Corp. has endured heated public protests, adverse court rulings and insurmountable government obstacles in its quest to build a waste-to-energy gasification plant in the Green Bay area.

But now that the Oneida Tribe of Indians-owned company is trying to locate the plant on tribal land, some of its own people are talking about doing away with the company.

Opponents say they are considering taking steps to dissolve Oneida Seven Generations to prevent the company from exposing the tribe to any more financial or political turmoil. ...

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