Archive - Dec 17, 2010
OSSIAN — Two new faces in the lineup helped Columbia City head wrestling coach Blain Culp more than he could have expected Thursday night.
On the road in the Northeast Hoosier Conference, Columbia City wrestling took to the mat in search of their first conference win at Norwell.
After being down 27-0, the Eagles used wins from Brandon Ray and Tyler Olsen, who in their first matches of the season rallied Columbia City to a 40-31 victory.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” The Columbia City Common Council made several board appointments Tuesday night at its regular meeting.
The board approved the appointment of Marquis Jones to the cityâ€™s Board of Zoning Appeals.
The council also tabbed Don Sexton to be the councilâ€™s representative on the City/County Joint Planning and Building Department Advisory Board.
For the Whitley County Economic Development Commission, the board recommended Councilman Roger Seymoure.
Seymoure will have to be approved by the commission for that appointment.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” The Columbia City Common Council made some tweaks to its sewage pollutant concentration regulations with an amendment to its current sewage ordinance.
The amendment was heard in its first reading at the councilâ€™s regular meeting Tuesday night.
Water Pollution Control Facility Superintendent Mike Cook told the board the amendments were necessary to keep the city in compliance with Indiana Department of Environmental Management regulations.
â€śWe added one limit and the rest was just a matter of changing verbiage,â€ť said Cook.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” The Columbia City Common Council held a public hearing during its regular meeting Tuesday for the purpose of an additional appropriation of $60,000.
According to Clerk-Treasurer Rosie Coyle, the appropriation, from the cityâ€™s Rainy Day Fund, was needed to cover costs of equipment purchases in the past several months.
In November, the cityâ€™s Board of Works and Safety approved the purchase of televising equipment, or video cameras designed to view sewer lines and capture digital video images from inside the pipes.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Columbia City Councilman Dan Weigold announced the winners of the 2010 Christmas lighting contest at Tuesday nightâ€™s meeting of the cityâ€™s Common Council.
Weigold and Water Pollution Control Facility Superintendant Mike Cook were the judges for this yearâ€™s competition, driving around the cityâ€™s neighborhoods assessing the light displays of countless residentsâ€™ homes.
â€śWe get pretty picky,â€ť said Weigold when he announced the winners. â€śBut we try to spread it around.â€ť