MUNCIE, Ind. — An era is coming to a close as Ball State University works to remove the smokestacks that have been a visible part of the skyline along the southwest part of campus for decades.
The two smokestacks on top of the heat plant will be taken down since they are no longer needed.
The deconstruction marks the final stages of the nearly $83 million geothermal project, funded through state appropriations and federal grants.
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