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Andrew Robarge with Commonwealth Engineers presents the results of a utility study at the interchange of S.R. 13 and the Indiana Toll Road.

GOSHEN — The Elkhart County Redevelopment Commission heard a few options for providing water and sewer to businesses near the Indiana Toll Road.

Andrew Robarge with Commonwealth Engineers gave the board the results of a utility study at the S.R. 13 and toll road interchange, the site of a county tax increment finance district. He said businesses at the northern edge of Elkhart County are interested in water and wastewater services but the solutions could cost as much as $16 million.

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