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|Rain Barrel Workshops|
|Tuesday, May 21, 2013|
Stormwater Management will be hosting Rain Barrel workshops throughout the community this spring and summer. Please email email@example.com if you are interested in learning more.
|Muncie Sanitary District Advances Clean Water Initiatives|
|Monday, May 6, 2013|
|MUNCIE, IN - The Muncie Sanitary District assured its utility customers and property taxpayers that federal clean water initiatives will be met with millions of dollars in sewer and wastewater treatment plant work.
Bill Smith, sanitary board president and administrator, lauded district officials, and their consultants besides citizens for helping fund|
|New Stormwater Rates for 2014 Saves Property Owners Money|
|Tuesday, April 30, 2013|
|The Muncie Sanitary District has taken steps to reduce storm water fees and save property owners and utility customers money.
A 40 percent reduction in residential fees was passed this spring which will be reflected on 2014 property tax bills.
The new Stormwater rate in 2014 will be $43.20 instead of the $72 imposed on current tax bills for Muncie Sanitary|
|Ollie Jerningan made everyone’s day|
|Tuesday, April 23, 2013|
|MUNCIE, IN – Ollie Jerningan always made people laugh as the hard working, hard riding sanitation worker was known to family and friends.
Jerningan was respected for coming to work every day, doing his job and helping others, said his cousin Randy Wallace who worked and rode a motorcycle along side him.
In October 2011, Jerningan and Wallace were riding|
|Spring cleanup time for Muncie neighborhoods|
|Friday, April 5, 2013|
MUNCIE, IN – The Muncie Sanitary District will again spend the month of May helping neighborhoods clean up after a long winter.
That cannot come soon enough for people like Clifford Clemons who has plenty of work in the Blaine Southeast neighborhood.
During a community development and neighborhood preservation session this week, Clemons talked about addressing problems with abandoned factories like Frank Foundry and other dumping in neighborhoods.
|Muncie Sanitary District saves money by doing work with utility crews|
|Friday, April 5, 2013|
MUNCIE, IN - The Muncie Sanitary District is saving tax dollars and putting people to work again by doing more sewer repair work with district crews.
That new direction over hiring private contractors was implemented this week by transferring money, buying a new backhoe and hiringa new maintenance crew.
Sanitary board member Mike Cline, also city engineer, said the district could easily pay $100,000 to a contract when the same work could be done with $40,000 by district crews.
|Garby a big hit on Facebook, with youth|
|Friday, March 15, 2013|
|MUNCIE, IN – Garby, the Toter puppy, has become a celebrity with a Facebook page and thousands of fans.
It’s been surprising to Muncie sanitation worker Mike Upchurch, who saved the malnourished dog, about the outpouring of love and affection from people both online and in person.
“I’ve had lots of fun,” said Upchurch, trying to keep up with all the|
|2013 Muncie Home Show|
|Wednesday, March 13, 2013|
|April 6 & 7 at the Horizon Convention Center.|
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