The county is one step closer to finalizing its budget for next year.
Proposed upgrade would be cloud-based program
Village hopes to use funds for reconstruction of Butler Street
Dunkirk City Council on Monday approved a resolution to accept the dedication of the streets in Quincy Place to the city.
Jay County Commissioners approved a $15,015.66 trade-in purchase for guns from Kiesler Police Supply of Jeffersonville during their meeting Monday.
Portland Major John Boggs is recovering from a stroke.
REDKEY — Another marshal has left town. Redkey Town Marshal Kyle Denney resigned effective Sept. 11.
Portland Redevelopment Commission on Friday approved allowing LeeAnn Miller to shift the $30,000 grant it had previously approved for work on her downtown building renovation project to instead be used for the roof.
Portland Board of Works on Thursday approved a $100,583.18 change order for the Blaine Pike paving and sidewalk project for the addition of 710 feet of storm sewer line.
Portland Board of Aviation isn’t looking at any major changes to its plans for capital improvements at Portland Municipal Airport.
County purchased 68 acres earlier this year
Confusion dating back decades led to streets being up for tax sale
Facility would be a ‘one-stop shop’ for residents in need
Commissioners rescinded their capital improvement plan, re-approved it as a capital improvement project list and asked county attorney Wes Schemenaur to review a more fleshed-out plan during Monday’s meeting.
Portland Board of Works on Thursday opened the lone bid for the demolition of the Bailey Building and took the next step toward potentially taking down the structure 208 and 210 N. Meridian St.
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