Well contamination problem resurfaces at Granger subdivision (IN)

But more than 24 years later, residents are again dealing with the same problem. In 2014, as the city of Mishawaka was considering buying part of the Juday Creek golf course for development of a wellfield, a test well found high chloride levels, said Mark Espich, the county health department’s specialist for water issues.  Read the article…………..


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