Municipal support for Lake County's trash-to-ethanol proposal does not appear as strong as proponents of the project have claimed, a Times survey of city and town leaders shows.
HIGHLAND | A topnotch business climate, along with new recreational and municipal facilities, heads the list of current developments around town.
"Greedy" and "excessive" are among words used by some members of the Lake County solid waste management district board to describe a retirement plan proposed for district employees.
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