Holcomb takes LEAP pipeline study from IEDC, reassigns it
Governor orders a regional water study centered in Tippecanoe County, as pushback mounts against a tap-and-take plan from Wabash River aquifers to feed the IEDC’s massive LEAP district in Boone County
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HOLCOMB TAKES LEAP PIPELINE STUDY FROM IEDC, REASSIGNS IT
County commissioner: ‘Clearly, he’s hearing what people are saying.’
State senator: Close, but ‘the next logical step is a pause’
Gov. Eric Holcomb seemed to tap the brakes a bit Monday on a study looking at pumping millions of gallons of Tippecanoe County water daily and sending it to the Indiana Economic Development Corp.’s massive LEAP District development two counties away, near Lebanon.
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