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Last updated on Wednesday, January 11, 2006
WINCHESTER—A 150-million-dollar ethanol plant could be coming to Indiana.
Randolph County Commissioners and County Council members voted to sign a non-binding letter of commitment fully granting all of the incentives requested by Cardinal Ethanol. However, four other counties vying for the project also have been invited to offer incentives: Jay, Delaware, and Wayne Counties in Indiana and Darke County, Ohio.
The project would employ 45 people and produce 100 million gallons of ethanol a year, and purchase 36 million bushels of corn a year. Cardinal Ethanol plans to choose a county in which to build its project by the end of January.
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