Daviess County officials say they have seen $38 million in new investments since I-69 was opened from from Crane to Evansville.
Daviess County officials say the rocks used in county roads are getting stuck in the horses' hoofs, which can cause the animal to become lame.
Daviess County seems to have taken the brunt of the severe weather early Tuesday morning.
The portion of I-69 from Evansville to Crane is scheduled to be complete by the end of the year.
The area is a major economic artery with Amish buggies and all types of motorized transportation sharing the road, with sometimes disastrous results.
No tornadoes have been confirmed yet by the National Weather Service.
INDOT releases a list of road closures due to flooding.
Greene and Daviess counties are experiencing flooding that has caused several county roads to be closed.
Residents met at the North Daivess Elementary School Gym to talk about the highway that would relocate 18 homes and use 15-hundred acres of farmland.
The I-69 public comment tour stopped in Daviess County March 26, 2009. Interested residents picked up brochures and looked at detailed maps.