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Waste-to-energy project fights back with lawsuit (access required)

The proponents of a waste-to-energy plant that would be built on the site of the former Seneca Army Depot have filed suit against the Town of Romulus and its Zoning Board of Appeals for trying to block the project. Also named was Alan Kiehle, who had filed the appeal that the zoning board granted. The lawsuit, filed ...
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