Gainesville City Commission Goes Off the Agenda to Debate Biomass
Published June 21st, 2013
GAINESVILLE - It wasn't on the agenda, but the biomass power plant generated the most heat at Thursday night's Gainesville City Commission meeting.
Following a vote in the afternoon session on whether the city should attend a biomass workshop with the Chamber of Commerce, residents voiced their frustrations in the evening.
As TV20's Trent Kelly reports, it turned into one of the longest public comment sessions in recent memory.
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