Regionally Speaking

Hebron Faced With Downsizing After Referendum Fails

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July 29, 2013 –

Workers struck a gas main in Valparaiso earlier today, shutting down Calumet Avenue. This comes a week after NIPSCO was one of three utilities fined for not keeping adequate maps. How dangerous is this?

We find out why Porter’s new hospital is fighting the tax man.

Recently, a Purdue Economist told Congress that the new fuel standards for cars could impact the corn crop. We’ll talk to him.

We look at the Politics of a Peotone Airport and…Hebron Schools is downsizing, after their referendum failed. We’ll discuss the issue.

Guests include:

George Letz, Superintendent of MSD of Boone Township

Danielle McGrath, spokeswoman for the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission.

Chris Hurt, Agricultural Economist with Purdue University



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