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- Debate over power plant continues Those on both sides of Logansport's pursuit of developing an electricity plant powered by refuse-derived fuel showed they are continuing to work toward their goals at a panel discussion last week hosted by those skeptical of the project. Addressing m
- Energy, economics panel questions Pyrolyzer Experts in the fields of energy, environmental science and economics spoke at a question-and-answer session at the McHale Performing Arts Center Wednesday night to discuss Logansport's power plant project currently in negotiations with Pyrolyzer LLC.
- Citizens skeptical of plant project to hold Q-and-A A group of Logansport citizens is holding a question-and-answer session with energy, environmental and business leaders tonight to discuss the city's power plant project. "Our goal is to foster discussion among key people in the community who may not
- FRANKLIN: Questions about power plant already answered My mother often told me when I was growing up in Logansport that there will always be those people who argue just because they enjoy doing it. Those words are really starting to sink in as I read Dave Kitchell’s columns and Mercedes Brugh’s “fact sh
- PUBLIC FORUM: Dioxin not present in pyrolysis process Dioxin not present in pyrolysis process The Pyrolyzer system intended for Logansport will not generate dioxin. Creation of dioxin in a true pyrolysis process is excluded by the absence of oxygen in the process. Completely different chemical reactions
- Attorney: City falsified documents The attorney representing a woman who filed a lawsuit against Logansport Mayor Ted Franklin and city council regarding the city's ongoing power plant project states city officials have falsified two pieces of legislation, according to court records,
Logansport aims for state high court in plant suit
Plaintiff's lawyer calls move a "public relations game."
- BUCK: Let’s talk facts, not fiction By Joe Buck Guest columnist Mr. Kitchell, I ask you to not criticize what we are doing for the city of Logansport without having your facts correct. We are working toward building a better future for our community. I believe that we have no choice bu
New LMU rate study suggests increases
Logansport Utility Service Board members have asked for another look at a study that suggested Logansport Municipal Utility rates would rise to keep up with operation, maintenance and capital expenses.
SLUSSER: Let’s not make pursuit of power plant a war
You said so yourself, Mr. Dave Kitchell, “In war, truth is the first casualty.” It’s unfortunate that you have declared war on efforts to improve Logansport, save local jobs and lower utility rates. Your recent article about waste-to-energy plant sacrificed the truth. Please, let’s not make this a war.
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