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City given fed grant of $1.7M for E. Monroe

July 7, 2011

    The City of Decatur has been awarded $1,366,031 in federal funds to make major improvements to the E. Monroe St. and Piqua Road area, Mayor John Schultz announced at Tuesday night's city council meeting.
    Called the E. Monroe St. project, the work will involve new pavements and curbs, improved drainage and repaving.
    The city will have to provide a 20 percent match of approximately $340,000, which will make it a $1.7 million project..

Tent revival meeting is sought in Decatur

July 7, 2011

    Decatur apparently is going to be the site next month of a tent revival meeting.
    Rev. Jim Splawn of Huntington, representing himself and city resident Susan Osborne, told city council on Tuesday night that he would like to hold a tent revival meeting on the vacant area off Seventh St. between the city fire station and the old depot.
    According to Osborne, tent revivals were held there many years ago.

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