More Area Citizens Are Upset About the Michindoh Aquifer Plan
Wednesday Oct 17, 2018 3:06am
More area citizens in the tri-state region are upset concerning the Michindoh Aquifer plan.
The Concerned Citizens of Dekalb County are holding an informational meeting about the aquifer. They appear to be largely against Pioneer mayor, Ed Kidston’s plan to pump and distribute millions of gallons of water to communities in the region.
They say that use water from the aquifer themselves and are concerned about pumping it away.
DeKalb County citizens group has added a guest speaker to their Town Hall meeting being held Wednesday evening from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM at the Cupbearer Cafe in Auburn.
Jeremy Rentz, Ph.D., associate professor of environmental engineering at Trine University in Angola, will be joining the presentation on the aquifer with Lou Pendleton and Sherry Fleming of the Williams County Alliance in Williams County, Ohio.
The speakers will present a PowerPoint presentation and discuss the Michindoh Aquifer and efforts to protect it, allowing time for audience questions afterwards.