CCC has been following developments in the proposed plan to tap the Michindoh Aquifer, so a business can make money by selling the water to areas that already have access to clean water. However, the Michindoh Aquifer is the sole source of water for thousands in the tri-state area, including areas Steuben County.
This week, CCC challenges you to learn more about the Michindoh Aquifer. Some ways to learn about this issue include
- attending the meeting of commissioners from Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan to discuss the Michindoh Aquifer
- September 10, 2018 at 1:30 p.m. at the Williams County East Annex Building, 1425 E. High St. Bryan, OH
- Commissioners from counties located above the aquifer will consider allocating funds for legal representation and decide legal matters, as well as discuss the forming of a joint board. No actual vote is expected to take place.
- participating in CCC Presents – Michindoh Aquifer
- September 12, 2018 from 6:30-8 PM at Fremont Public Library 1004 Toledo St. Fremont, IN 46737
- Find out more about the Michindoh Aquifer, which provides drinking water for approximately 400,000 people in northeast Indiana, southwest Michigan, and northwest Ohio, and the corporation in Pioneer, Ohio that is developing a project to extract and sell millions of gallons a day to Toledo area suburbs.
- staying informed on the issues