ONEIDA - Despite a legal battle, it appears the Oneida Tribe is still looking to build a waste-to-energy plant in Green Bay.
The Oneida Business Committee voted Thursday night to reaffirm its support for the project.
Initially, according to the committee's agenda, it appeared as though members may have wanted to pull support for the project.
However, members decided to continue pushing for it.
No one wanted to talk after the meeting, as to why the support may have been in question.
Here is some background on the project.
In October, the city of Green Bay revoked Oneida Seven Generations Corporation's conditional use permit for a waste-to-energy facility near Hurlbut Street. That came after concerns were raised over the plans and potential environmental impact.
The OSGC filed a lawsuit in response; however, a judge upheld the city's decision.
In March, the OSGC filed an appeal.
As far as the appeal process goes, there are still no court dates set.
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