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City awarded major signs grant

January 19, 2011

    Decatur Street/Sewer Superintendent Jeremy Gilbert announced at Tuesday night's city council meeting that the City of Decatur has been awarded $261,900 in federal funds as a sign replacement grant.
    The actual grant is $291,000, of which the City of Decatur is responsible for 10 percent, or $29,100. Through the funds, most of the signs in the city will be replaced and some added.

Ice slickens city streets, roads throughout area

January 19, 2011

    Ice covered Decatur streets and Adams County roads — as well as those in several area counties — this morning, making travel extremely hazardous.
    A light mist was freezing on the roads, state police said at 7 a.m.,  causing major traffic problems in numerous areas. People were advised to use extreme caution.
    North Adams and Adams Central schools had called off classes by 7 a.m. South Adams was still operating on a two-hour delay at that time.

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