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Statement from Muncie Sanitary District: March 27, 2020

March 27, 2020 OFFICIAL STATEMENT FROM THE MUNCIE SANITARY DISTRICT We have been notified of the plea agreement of our former employee Nikki Grigsby. Grigsby had been on unpaid administrative leave since July 2019, pending the outcome of this investigation. She is no longer employed by the Muncie Sanitary District. The Muncie Sanitary District has…

Construction Update for the Week of 3/30/2020

Project traffic updates for next week: CSO 009 Sewer Separation Project – Sewer point repairs and lateral replacements will begin on Reserve Street between North Street and White River Boulevard.   Elgin/McGalliard Storm Pond – Minimal traffic impacts expected next week. 

Trash Pick-Up During Indiana’s ‘Stay At Home’ Orders

Muncie Sanitary District will continue to collect your trash and recyclables as usual, as trash pick-up has been deemed an essential business during Indiana’s “Stay At Home” orders. We ask that you do your part and place all trash inside of bags and inside your toters. Garbage that is not placed in a toter will…

Construction Update for the Week of 03/02/2020

Project traffic updates for next week: CSO 028 Monroe Street – Monroe Street restricted from Wysor Street to Gilbert Street for street restoration. CSO 028 Wysor Street, Monroe Street, and Gilbert Street – Temporary lane restrictions for manhole vacuum testing with minimal traffic impacts anticipated. CSO 009 – Sewer cleaning, televising, and pipelining in the…

Construction Update for the Week of 2/24/2020

Project traffic updates for next week: CSO 028 Monroe Street – Monroe Street restricted from Wysor Street to Gilbert Street for street restoration. CSO 028 Wysor Street, Monroe Street, and Gilbert Street – Temporary lane restrictions for manhole vacuum testing with minimal traffic impacts anticipated. CSO 009 – Sewer cleaning, televising, and pipelining in the…

Letter to Mayor Ridenour and City Council

The following letter was delivered to Mayor Ridenour and the City Council on February 3, 2020.   Mayor Dan Ridenour and City Council Members: A few days before taking office, without discussing his intention with anyone at the District, Mayor Ridenour—who, during his campaign, spoke exhaustively about transparency—slid in an amendment to an ordinance to…