The most recent round of hearings is over, but citizens in Webster County are still wanting information about a potential ethanol plant in their back yard.
Hundreds of residents spent part of thier weekend meeting with the attorney representing Citizens For Groundwater Protection and asking some follow up questions.
The grassroots group wants to keep Gulfstream Bioflex Energy out of Mount Vernon from building an ethanol plant between Fordland and Rogersville.
The permenant injunction trial hearing is complete, however, legal representation for the citizens says there's a clear reason they should win the case.
Attorney for Citizens Bill McDonald says, "there's no Plan B. If goundwater doesn't work for the plant, it fails and people around it fail. There are no rivers and no resevoirs to turn to. If they're wrong, everybody looses, including Gulfstream Bioflex."
Attorneys must submit all requested legal documents to the judge by April 10th.
Citizens say they'll appeal the case if it doesn't go their way.