Vote at UDWI REMC annual meetingUtilities District of Western Indiana REMC will host its annual meeting Saturday, April 8 at White River Valley High School. Doors will open at 10:30 a.m. and the meeting will begin at 1 p.m. This year, the UDWI REMC Board of Directors seats for districts one, two and three are up for re-election. The board of directors are chosen by the member-owners on a rotating basis at the annual meeting...
Knust, Burger seeking District 1 seat on UDWI REMC boardTwo individuals are seeking the seat in District 1 on the Utilities District of Western Indiana REMC Board of Directors, including incumbent Jack Knust and first-time candidate David Burger. Knust said he is hoping to continue his time on the UDWI REMC Board of Directors because electricity has long been a passion of his and he has hopes to continue finding ways to reduce rates...
LPD thanks citizens for cooperationLinton Police Chief Troy Jerrell credited the residents of Linton for making extra patrols on the northeast side of town much easier. Jerrell updated the Linton City Council on the status of the patrols of the rights-of-way and alley through-ways which came as part of a cooperative effort with the updated plan and grants awarded to the city...
WRV Board approves of purchasing new busThe White River Valley School Board heard a request from the transportation department regarding the purchase of a new minibus. According to WRV Superintendent Bob Hacker, the purchase was discussed in the January meeting of the board. Transportation Director Jason Walton stated he took bids to replace bus number three, which is starting to show its age...
Worthington town council tables animal ordinance, againIn a well attended yet mostly unproductive meeting, the Worthington Town Council failed to resolve their latest bone of contention, the animal ordinance issue. The council discussed old business, such as ownership of the town cemetery, which was tabled for yet another month, and then, in keeping with the decision made last month, heard suggestions proposed by council President Malcolm Stahl, one created by board member Tom Franklin and another submitted by a resident perhaps affected the most, Kyle Rogers.. ...
Weimer, Carpenter seeking District 2 seat on UDWI REMC boardEditor's note: This is part two of a series detailing the three seats up for election on the UDWI REMC Board of Directors. Part one can be found here An incumbent and newcomer will be vying for the District 2 seat on Utilities District of Western Indiana REMC Board of Directors at the annual meeting April 8...
Linton gas utility to see slight increaseLinton Utility customers will see a slight increase in their gas bill for the first time in about 10 years. The Linton City Council approved an ordinance Monday night which will permanently include a gas cost adjustment tracker reduction of $2.50 per mcf (thousand cubic feet) of natural gas, but will increase the base charge...
Ducks and rain = great times
Posted Friday, December 2, 2016, at 5:34 PM
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