Juday Creek Golf Course to be purchased by city of Mishawaka as part of wellfield plan

The Mishawaka City Council gave the green light to the purchase of Juday Creek Golf Course and nearby farmland with the intention of using part of the land to build a new wellfield.

The city will pay $3 million to buy the golf course and about 44 acres of nearby farmland, the South Bend Tribune reported. The owners of the golf course in turned agreed to a 30-year lease with the city for more than $20,000 per year.

As part of the plan, the city will build a “Veterans Parkway” road north from Douglas Road which would lead to the new wellfield and a pumping station, which won’t be built until 2021. The road may eventually extend to Cleveland Road.

In total, the plan is expected to cost about $45 million.

Read more about the plan, including how the golf course will be affected by the sale, in the full story from the South Bend Tribune.

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