Friday, August 11, 2006

At Least We Can See Some Of The Dots Now

* North Prairie Productions and Landmark Co-op sent invitations this week to Evansville residents inviting them to a neighborhood open house from 1 to 8 PM on August 23 at the High School "to learn more about the benefits of biodiesel fuel and the proposed biodiesel facility in Evansville." They will showcase interactive exhibits and company information.

* The Wisconsin Soybean Association's Feasibility Study was released early this week and appears to give a green light to a Southern Wisconsin crushing facility. (The Circumstance scooped the Gazette. Just this once.)

* The City Council has stopped talking about expanding the boundaries of TID6 to include the property adjacent to Landmark's and has moved on to the early steps in creation of TID7.

Gina Duwe connects some of the rest of the dots and also takes a look at what Bud Gayhart of the Small Business Development Center at UW-Whitewater has to say about the potential economic impacts of the two facilities.

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