“We’re pulling all the players together, a U.S. Senator, Congressman Ron Kind’s office, representatives from the school and hospital to facilitate the GEITS partnership,” said Adams City Administrator Bob Ellisor as he updated the Adams City Council Monday night.  ‘We’ve been keeping all the plates spinning, and there are no deal breakers yet.”  GEITS, an acronym for Global Environmental Infrastructure Technology Solutions, is an Australian company.  The City of Adams has partnered with the green energy business to purchase its innovative technology to help reduce the phosphorous in the City’s waste water treatment plant to levels required by the DNR.  The City also plans on using solar panels to power its street lights.  GEITS plans on building a facility in the Adams Industrial Park and hire employees to assemble the solar panels.  Ellisor initially projected the 3.4-million dollars in TIF revenue would finance the project, but now the City needs an additional half-million.