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Archive - Jan 15, 2013

East Monroe St. now open

January 15, 2013

    Street/Sanitation Superintendent Jeremy Gilbert announced at 1:50 p.m. today (Tuesday) that E. Monroe St. has been reopened to traffic as floodwaters are receding.

Allen W. Duffey

January 15, 2013

    Allen W. Duffey, 43, of New Haven, passed away on Saturday, January 12, 2013, in the Parkview Regional Medical Center in Fort Wayne.
    He was born in Fort Wayne on Friday, December 5, 1969, to Richard and Marlene (Bultemeyer) Duffey. They survive in Fort Wayne.
    Allen was honorably discharged from the Indiana Army National Guard.

River crests at 23.3 feet – Slight receding begins; students offered shuttles

January 15, 2013

    Little has changed overnight in the fight against the latest flood to hit Decatur, although the St. Marys River crested overnight at 23.31 feet feet, one of the highest levels ever recorded here.
    The crest came at 9:30 p.m., city weather station officials reported, and the river began slightly receding. At 7 a.m. today, it stood at 22.99 feet.

Mayor gives annual report on Decatur

January 15, 2013

    Mayor John Schultz gave the annual State of the City address at Woodcrest on Monday.
    He began by expressing his love for his job and thanking all those who support him in it.
    Schultz reported that the water department has noticed less water has been sold than was pumped to the plants, so they have been searching for leaks, particularly in the oldest part of the city. Having found leaks there, they will continue to search for and repair leaks elsewhere in the waterlines throughout Decatur this year.

Berne officials travel to view a system

January 15, 2013

    A contingent of municipal officials from Berne traveled to Lamar, Missouri, last weekend to view firsthand a wastewater treatment system that has risen to the top of the city's list of options for mandatory improvements to the local treatment facility.
    Berne is under orders from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) to reduce the amount of ammonia contained in waste water that is being discharged to area rivers and streams by the year 2015.

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