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Saturday, February 06, 2016
  • City reviewing change orders
    Though the road is finished, the city is far from done with the Indiana 26 (Water Street) project.
  • The Portland Water Park Fundraising Committee has a total of $1,213,328.82 collected. There is only a $1,000 recent pledge that is outstanding.
  • Fort Recovery had planned to make Williams Street its 2016 reconstruction project, but cost will prevent that from happening.
  • Progress report
  • JEMS faces staffing problems
    County council will likely have to make a decision about how to pay for paramedic coverage.
  • DUNKIRK — Repairs to problem areas in city sewers that were first detected in 2009 will soon move forward.
  • District pays bonuses
    Jay County Solid Waste Management District paid bonuses to the groups that work at its recycling trailers and took steps to make sure county residents know about the service.
  • Redkey council reviews project
    REDKEY — Engineers from Fleis and Vandenbrink Engineering presented blueprints of the upcoming sewer separation project.
  • Outlook improves
    The financial outlook for Jay School Corporation is a little brighter than was expected just a few months ago.
  • School board approves raises
    Some of Jay School Corporation’s administrators and coaches will be getting raises. So will its support staff.
  • Minnich chosen to serve
    Sometimes, speaking up is all it takes to get more involved.
  • FR council selects Fiely
    Fort Recovery Village Council welcomed its newest member at its meeting Monday.
  • Another expansion
    Fort Recovery is likely to expand for the 12th time in 30 years.
  • Commission settles on setbacks
    In November, Jay County Plan Commission favored four levels of setbacks for confined feeding operations.
  • Council to pay for test
    Jay County Council approved paying for two rounds of WorkKeys testing for Jay County High School students.

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