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State provides $200K for Necedah ethanol plant

Madison, Wis. - Gov. Jim Doyle has announced the allocation of $200,000 in state funding to support the construction of a new ethanol plant in the Juneau County village of Necedah.

The funding, which will come from the Department of Commerce, will help Necedah construct a new well and water main that will be needed for the plant.

When completed, the plant will produce 50 million gallons of ethanol annually and employ between 35 and 40 people.

Castle Rock Renewable Fuels, LLC is building the plant for an estimated cost of $103 million.

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IT worker responded 8 years ago: #1

Thanks Jim, I see your on the bandwagon. Did someone line your pockets for this one too.

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