NewsLocal News / September 18, 2018

Save The Nickel Plate Spokesperson Says Residents Have Been Left In The Dark

Save The Nickel Plate Spokesperson Says Residents Have Been Left In The DarkSupporters of the Nickel Plate Railroad recently filed a lawsuit against Fishers, Noblesville and Hamilton County in an attempt to save the rails. Nickel Plate Trail, Nickel Plate Railroad, Fishers, Noblesville, Hamilton County2018-09-18T00:00:00-04:00
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Save The Nickel Plate Spokesperson Says Residents Have Been Left In The Dark

Logan Day, spokesperson for Save the Nickel Plate.

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Supporters of the Nickel Plate railroad recently filed a lawsuit against Fishers, Noblesville and Hamilton County. The suit claims the cities and county failed to follow Indiana laws during decision making meetings about the future of the railroad.  The plan calls for transforming the rails to walking and biking trails.   WFYI’s Taylor Bennet sat down with Save the Nickel Plate spokesperson Logan Day, who says residents have been left in the dark.

 

 

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