Environment America says Indiana releases 27 million pounds of toxic chemicals into its waterways in 2010.
Customers' bills could fluctuate based on whether or not the company reads the meters earlier or later in the month, says Citizens Energy Group.
Former Mayor Henderson, however, argues his administration did not incorrectly report debt or fail to pay sewage usage fees.
A legislative committee says cities and companies do not have the information they need to expand and ensure proper water resources.
IDEM Commissioner Tom Easterly spoke at length about a report on 25 years of progress in Indiana environmental conditions.
The rising budget is largely due to a new expansion of its Lake Monroe Water Treatment plant.
This was Speaker Bosma's second trip to the country.
Cicchitto says Lake Monroe Village is up higher than the flood waters ever reached.
Record rainfall and flooding in Indiana continue to prevent farmers from planting their crops.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District have begun releasing water from the reservoir into the tail waters which run into Salt Creek.