Love's Divide - Truck stop causes controversy


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Alarge group of Summerlake residents say they are bound and determined to stop the development of an $8.5 million project that would break ground close to their homes. Residents of the Summerlake housing addition said they were notified by a certified letter March 19 or 20 that a Love’s Travel Stops and Country Stores was planning to open a truck stop on acreage northwest of the intersection of Ind. 13 and CR 800S.

“They want to open a truck stop 1,475 feet from our homes,” Summerlake homeowner Erin Jones said. “As I’m standing there drinking my coffee in the morning, I’ll be able to see where all the trucks idle.”

 

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