Environmental activists and people living near the place where Foxconn Technology Group plans to build a huge electronics plant are speaking out against plans to pull water from Lake Michigan. Wisconsin made a lot of concessions to get the 10-billion dollar project and its 13-thousand jobs to move to the state. The latest round of questions concern the plan to use seven-million gallons of Lake Michigan water each day as it buildings thin screen monitors. The Department of Natural Resources is currently in the public comment period until March 21st. Some speakers at a public event in Sturtevant earlier this week questioned the company’s environmental record in China and Taiwan.