Initial well tests 'very good' for water pipeline, as state eyes Wabash aquifer
Tippecanoe Co. officials apprehensive, still ‘in the dark like everyone else,’ waiting for IEDC data on pipeline that would pump millions of gallons a day to massive LEAP District near Lebanon.
Thanks today goes to Lafayette Rotary for its sponsorship help. How sweet it is! The Ice Cream Crawl is #OneSweetAfternoon Saturday, Aug. 19. What is an Ice Cream Crawl? It’s like a Pub Crawl, but family friendly and sweet and ice cream shops in one afternoon. Locations in Lafayette are Budges Drive In, Igloo Frozen Custard, Freddy’s, Sweet Revolution Bake Shop and The Original Frozen Custard. The locations in West Lafayette are Freddy’s, Silver Dipper and Westside Scoops. Purchase your Passport ticket online using the QR Code below. Take your receipt to your choice of the stops and you will be given a Passport. This is a Lafayette Rotary fundraiser and the proceeds this year go to Wabash River Greenway Trail.
INITIAL WELL TESTS ‘VERY GOOD’ FOR WATER PIPELINE, AS STATE EYES WABASH AQUIFER
A contractor leading a study of Tippecanoe County water supplies the Indiana Economic Development Corp. is eyeing for a massive development two counties away put out more signals this week that preliminary test wells this summer and other research show the Wabash River is an answer for a pipeline to feed the 9,000-acre LEAP District near Lebanon.
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