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City targets sewage bill deadbeats

October 5, 2011

    A city crackdown is coming for a group of Yost Woods residents who aren't paying their sewage bills.
    Mayor John Schultz raised the issue at Tuesday night's city council meeting, noting that the situation is unique in that the city has no direct recourse if a resident of that area does not pay his/her bill.

Fund planned to aid city’s depot

October 5, 2011

    It doesn't have a name as yet, such as Save The Depot, but a fund will be set up by the Adams County Community Foundation to which people, businesses, groups, etc. may donate in order to preserve — and put to use — the 99-year-old structure off Seventh St., near Monroe St.
    Mayor John Schultz unveiled the plan at Tuesday night's city council meeting, with the notation, "We are asking for donations."

Mann will head C-thump parade

October 5, 2011

    The Callithumpian Committee has announced that the grand marshall for the 2011 Callithumpian Parade will be Eric Mann, a longtime reporter and photographer at the Decatur Daily Democrat who is retiring this year.
    Mann, who will turn 62 five days before the October 31 parade, will step down on December 31.
    The parade will start at 7 p.m. on Monday, October 31, the final event of the annual Callithumpian celebration.

 

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