By Nolan Miles
P3 Kentucky Staff Writer
Indiana needs $2.26 billion to address the growing water crisis in the state, and it’s more than the state’s utilities and customers can fund.
A recent survey found that water mains, treatment plants, infrastructure and other entities are in need of replacing, resulting in the high-budget for improvements. Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb is creating an agency to develop strategies to address the growing concern and manage the state’s water resources.
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