Indiana’s electric utilities will strive to ensure the actual increase from the new mandates is less than these alarming projections. To keep costs low for Hoosier homeowners and residents, and to keep Indiana competitive in job creation and economic development, we must do so.
The Indiana Energy Association and its members are committed to keeping Hoosiers informed and helping them understand and manage impacts on their electric bills, especially amid this changing regulatory and cost climate. Visit the new IndianaEnergy.org website to learn more and access resources.
And be energy-informed.
Edwin J. Simcox
Indiana Energy Assoc.
Vandalism to trails should sadden all
I get a great deal of enjoyment out of riding my bike on the new Industrial Heritage Trail in Kokomo, as well as the Walk of Excellence. I ride them a couple of times a week.
There has been a lot of effort put into the paving, fencing and landscaping all along the trails. I appreciate that effort and enjoy the added trees, flowers, mulch, murals and well-designed intersections with streets.
All of the folks I have passed on the trails have been friendly and cooperative about sharing the trail with walkers, runners, baby strollers and bikers.
As I soaked in the beautiful morning on my ride today, I was troubled by an apparent act of vandalism. Someone had smashed one of the brand new lights along the trail. This just makes me sad.