Indiana has agreed to buy Ohio River-front land in Lawrenceburg that could house the state’s fourth port.
The state has been considering using the 725 acres in southeast Indiana as its next port facility for nearly a year.
Now, it’s inked an agreement to purchase the site, pending further study. Gov. Eric Holcomb’s office says the agreement will let port officials “begin studies to examine the economic and environmental viability of the parcel.”