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October 31, 2002

Owners of ethanol plant given approval to resume construction

OSHKOSH, Wis. - Owners of an ethanol plant in the town of Utica where construction stopped two weeks ago as a result of a court ruling have been told they can resume building pending their appeal.

State Appeals Judge Neal P. Nettesheim said that, while Algoma Ethanol LLC and its investors will suffer financial ruin if construction remains halted, the group that filed suit would not be harmed by the continuation of construction.

"We're working on getting our people back," said Paul Olsen, president of the company that is building the $30 million plant.

Nettesheim said the appeals process, which can take seven to 10 months, will be sped up in the case.

Work was stopped at the order of Winnebago County Circuit Judge William H. Carver. He said rezoning approved at both the town and county levels, changing the plant site from agricultural to industrial, conflicted with the town's land-use plan.

Stop the Ethanol Plant Now, a citizen group that opposes the location of the plant, filed the lawsuit to stop its construction.
 

 

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