Do you lay awake at night wondering if you'll have enough money to pay the bills, let alone retire?
We've been waiting a long time for word from Earl Powers on how the proposed trash-to-ethanol plant is to be financed. Even though no official announcement has come, it appears the financing is a high-risk venture as well.
The company planning to bring a controversial trash-to-ethanol plant to Lake County is employing an apparent "high risk" method of financing, two region financial experts say.
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