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Council to give loan program second reading

December 13, 2010

COLUMBIA CITY — The Columbia City Common Council will hear the second reading of an ordinance creating a special fund that can make money available to local businesses for economic development-type improvements.
At tonight’s regular meeting of the council, the ordinance establishing a “Revolving Loan Program” is likely to be one step closer to enactment.
Mayor Jim Fleck said last month the city’s redevelopment commission has funds earmarked for economic development.

Local veterans part of latest Honor Flight

December 13, 2010

COLUMBIA CITY — A group of local veterans of the second world war received long overdue recognition for having served during the conflict that called upon the “Greatest Generation” to give everything for world peace.
Robert Cornmesser, Robert Brock, both of Columbia City, and Fort Wayne resident Pauline “Polly” Bunyan, formerly of Columbia City, were whisked away to Washington, D.C. Nov. 10 as part of the fifth year of trips designed to take the nation’s oldest war veterans to where their grateful nation has erected monuments in their honor.

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