Brown County Water Utilities sued the Nashville Town Council last month for the rights to provide water to a multi-million dollar Quaff ON! expansion.
Investigators believe three church break-ins in Brown County are connected to three in Bartholomew County.
Residents fought the projects for decades because of environmental concerns.
If approved, the ordinance would keep other providers from serving in the areas, making Nashville the sole provider.
Some Nashville residents say a proposed new concert venue will bring a dangerous amount of traffic to an area with senior housing.
Controversy surrounding the project dates back nearly 30 years.
The project would be paid for with the innkeeper’s tax, a 5 percent tax paid by any visitor who stays in a Brown County inn or hotel.
Brown County Water Utility and Nashville Utilities both lay claim to servicing the brewery's new expansion site.
The shoreline of Lake Lemon is shrinking; increasing sediment run off is a threat to recreation as shallowing water limits where people boat and swim.
Police say the church organist admitted to spray painting the messages "Heil Trump," an anti-gay slur and a swastika on the church building in November.