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RETHINKING: Col. City discusses changes to OSD

July 13, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — At Tuesday’s meeting, Columbia City Common Council member Ben Romine said he talked to a couple business owners downtown, and they wondered if the city would ever consider moving Old Settlers Days out of downtown.
Mayor Ryan Daniel said this is not the first time he has heard this, as some downtown business owners have strong opinions on the subject.
“There have been discussions I’m sure through many many years about that,” said Daniel. “Obviously, it’s a decision as to the placement of Old Settlers that is up to the Old Settlers committee.”

TRIED AND TRUE: SGCS tabs Bailey as Supt.

July 13, 2012

CHURUBUSCO — Encourager, gracious, positive, hard worker, giver, community and children’s advocate, husband, father, grandfather, manager and gardener. These are just some adjectives describing one of the hardest working educators in Whitley County.
Ralph Bailey retired from being a superintendent at Whitley County Consolidated Schools in 1991 after 23 years of service, but hasn’t stopped working since.
Bailey, 84, was selected as interim superintendent at Smith-Green Community Schools for the second time July 2, after a surprise resignation from Steve Darnell, who’s last day was June 29.

MDA: 'Jailbirds’ exceed MDA goal by $10K

July 13, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — Business and community leaders in Whitley County who were “locked up” Tuesday at Paige’s Crossing to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, exceeded their goal.
“The event goal was to raise $25,000 as a community, and the event ended up totaling just nearly $35,000,” said Fundraising Coordinator Alison Eckert. “This is amazing and a job very well done.”

TREE PLAN: City council amends ordiannce

July 13, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — The Columbia City Common Council approved an ordinance amending Chapter 99 of the Tree Plan.
“There was a letter from the Tree Board that came last meeting, and it had some changes in there,” said Mayor Ryan Daniel.
“They were mainly administrative changes in regards as to who is holding the tree plan and who is basically the individual in charge of the trees.”
The amendment called for the person authorized to exercise powers to read “Tree Board President” instead of “Director of Community Development.”

 

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