COLUMBIA CITY â€” A feedstock manufacturer will open a new facility in Rail Connect Business Park east of Columbia City, the Whitley County Economic Development Corporation announced today.
The new facility is expected to bring with it 22 new jobs by 2015, according to an EDC press release.
The company, Indiana Materials Processing, LLC, will establish the first production facility in Rail Connect with construction expected to begin in October.
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COLUMBIA CITY â€” Whitley Countyâ€™s Board of Commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to replace David Schilling on the countyâ€™s plan commission.
â€śThe cause of action was conflict of interest,â€ť said Board Chairman Don Amber today.
The commissioners mailed a letter to Schilling informing the former plan commission president of their decision.
During the meeting, Commissioner George Schrumpf said â€śIâ€™d like to request that Dave Shilling be replaced from the plan commission.â€ť
COLUMBIA CITY â€” With Whitley County Consolidated Schools back in session, Superintendent Dr. Pat Oâ€™Connor presented the Beginning of School Update.
According to Oâ€™Connor, the elementary schools reported a smooth opening that was both busy and productive with registration well-organized and open houses well-attended.
â€śStaff members dedicated the time to thoughtfully plan, organize and prepare the classrooms and establish procedure to welcome students and create a safe and orderly environment,â€ť said Oâ€™Connor.