Company Calls on Township for Road Maintenance That Would Attract Drillers

From The Morning Journal:
A road bond has been drafted by Middleton Township for a local company wanting to sell water to drilling companies.
Township trustees said they put together the proposed bond with the help of the county engineer's office and their prosecutor, Andy Beech.
Trustees began considering bonding Carmel-Achor and possibly Jackman roads last month after XL Sand and Gravel owners said they wanted to sell water to drilling companies from their Jackman Road location.
The owners, Mike and Kristen Lansberry, said they cannot sell water unless a road use maintenance agreement (RUMA) is in place, and they believed that requirement is keeping drilling companies from showing an interest in the township.
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