COLUMBIA CITY â€” An error in calculation has made it necessary for a company contracted by Whitley County to make a second presentation.
Thomas Payne, director of marketing for Border Energy, appeared before the Whitley County Council last week to give an update on his companyâ€™s efforts to save the county money on its energy bill.
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COLUMBIA CITY â€” The Columbia City Board of Works and Safety received word last week that a brand-new sewer lift station, dinged up by an excavator during installation, is fully repaired and ready to be put in the ground.
â€śThe repair has been made and meets the repair action plan,â€ť said City Outside Operations Manager Jeff Walker on Friday.
â€śThere was no real damage, it was more of a cosmetic and aesthetic issue than anything else. Iâ€™m pleased with how it turned out.â€ť
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Amidst a recent budget crunch that included the release of more than 20 teachers, the Whitley County Consolidated School Corporationâ€™s Board of School Trustees is more than a little resistant to spend money on a couple of vehicles.
At its regular board meeting last week, the board heard a presentation from corporation Business Manager Tony Zickgraf and Superintendent Dr. Patricia Oâ€™Connor about the need for corporation vehicles for the school districtâ€™s maintenance director and transportation director.