SunShare faces suit, county backs tourism proposal, more 

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SunShare sued As it prepares its bid on the city's newest community solar garden program, local solar business SunShare faces a lawsuit. Nicholas Hellbusch filed suit Sept. 6 seeking a $60,000 annual salary, plus 15 percent to 30 percent of the profits…

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