Lebanon Reporter

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January 31, 2013

Governments begin water supply study

Boone County — Ensuring Boone County’s residents and businesses have an adequate water supply 50 years from now is one objective of a study committee that now has 100 percent participation from county and municipal governments.

Advance, Boone County, Jamestown, Lebanon, Thorntown, Whitestown, Zionsville and Citizens’ Water in Indianapolis are sharing the cost of the Boone County Interlocal Water Study Committee, Lebanon Mayor Huck Lewis said Tuesday. The final opening was filled when the Boone County Commissioners on Jan. 21 approved signing the agreement. The county has budgeted $25,000 for the project, with an initial invoice of $10,000.

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