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Thursday, May 28, 2015
 
Friday, May 22, 2015 12:26 PM
REDKEY — Major changes in communication are ahead for Redkey police.
  • Redkey to use new system
    REDKEY — Major changes in communication are ahead for Redkey police. 
  • Council will survey again
    Jay County government employees will see a job survey coming their way in the near future. 
  • Drainage plans for a major expansion at FCC Indiana were unanimously approved by the Jay County Drainage Board on Monday after being reviewed by Jay County Surveyor Brad Daniels. 
  • DUNKIRK — A grant from the Affordable Housing and Community Development Fund will soon be available for use in the city. 
  • The Portland Board of Works approved paying more than $20,000 for improvements to the wastewater treatment plant, and also forgave a sewer tap fee at Jay County Fairgrounds. 
  • The Redkey Fire Station will finally be getting a new roof. 
  • Lawmakers review session
    Several issues cast a shadow over Indiana’s legislative session that ended last week, and lawmakers who represent Jay County don’t expect them to go away. 
  • Mammoth margins
    Any suspense was erased in a hurry. 
  • GENEVA — Corrections are underway on the town’s financial reports and repairs are planned to cut down on water infiltrating sewer lines. 
  • Bicycle ordinance will be drafted
    After taking some time to review the idea, Portland City Council took a step toward creating a bicycle safety ordinance. 
  • Arts Place requests more funding
    Arts in the Parks may need more funding. 
  • FR council decides to form plan
    FORT RECOVERY — The village is looking to the future. 
  • Local voters will head to the polls Tuesday with just four contested races on the ballot. Two of them will help decide the future leader of Portland. 
  • With the rising costs of maintenance and decreased local funding, continued state support may be necessary to ensure the quality of Jay County’s roads. 
  • Details about what Jay County officials can do to hold CAFOs liable for road damage are as clear as mud.
     
 
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