Cummins says it is taking precautions this year, but expects to fulfill its promises to hire 290 worker in Seymour by 2015.
The possible $500,000 cost to move a communications tower appears a sticking point in preserving the 70-year-old building.
Indiana Landmarks fought the decision because it says the post is historic and should be preserved.
Indiana Landmarks is trying to save a state police post in Seymour that could be torn down.
The indictment accuses Van Netta of preparing and submitting false documents to banks to obtain fraudulent loans for airplanes, yachts, and real estate.
Rose Acre Farms is being sued by the Justice Department for allegedly asking for too much paperwork from non-U.S. citizen workers.
Cummins says it plans to create an organization similar to the one the Community Education Coalition in Columbus, Ind.
Cummins officials say they will invest $219 million in the Seymour expansion.
Conservation officials are offering a reward for information about the person who shot and killed the whooping crane in Jackson County.
Cummins will have to cut back on emissions from its Indiana plants, which run largely off energy produced by coal.