Officials in a southern Indiana city want to start an investigation program for groundwater testing after contaminants were found last month.
Better information on water quality will be obtained depending on the number of respondents.
Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight explains what the city is doing to monitor a contaminated groundwater site.
Many rural residents rely on groundwater for drinking and cooking, and many city dwellers and businesses tap into underground aquifers as well.
Local groups are popping all over the state addressing the state's water quality- specifically watershed management.
A printing company found perchloroethylene in soil and water samples near North Vigo High School, but officials say there is no need for alarm.