"The city of Indianapolis will pay at least $15,000 to replace one home water well and lower pumps in three others because they're being sucked dry by an irrigation system at a park where crews are building international sports fields," reports the Associated Press at IBJ.com.
Your Indianapolis Observer notes the AP's choice of the term "sucked dry" and ponders that it might be used in a broader context regarding the city's expenditures for the World Sports Park and other ill-advised ventures.
Thursday, August 29, 2013
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