By Associated Press - Tuesday, June 16, 2015

ONIDA, S.D. (AP) - Sully County voters are deciding whether to rezone land near Onida for a proposed ethanol plant.

KCCR-AM reports the polls are open Tuesday.

Registered voters of the country will be voting whether they support the Sully County Commissioners decision to rezone a parcel of land just south of Onida. A vote no would not allow the land to be rezoned.

Oahe Grain of Onida is proposing to sell the property to Ring-Neck Energy and Feed.

Ring Neck Energy and Feed CEO Walt Wendland says a “yes” vote would pave the way for a state-of-the art ethanol plant.

Some Onida residents have opposed the plant, saying they don’t want it so close to town.


Information from: KCCR-AM,

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