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Fort Wayne Electric Works published an open letter to the city and its leadership May 26 on its website, calling out the project’s detractors and the impact their opposition has made on the progress of the project.

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During its committee session May 14, Fort Wayne City Council received a new copy of the amendment to Chapter 96 pertaining to the use of unmanned aircrafts or drones.

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Thanks to a provision included in Indiana House Bill 1641, well on its way to being signed by Gov. Eric Holcomb, Arc of Indiana will keep a permanent seat at the table for the State Advisory Council on the education of children with disabilities.

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U.S. Sen. Todd Young (R-Ind.) on May 10 announced that Fort Wayne International Airport will receive a $9.2 million Federal Aviation Administration Airport Improvement Program supplemental grant.

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Indiana is becoming a gaming state. U.S. 30 needs millions of dollars more to improve traffic flow. The millions of dollars needed to fix Indiana’s Department of Child Services meant no funds for the Indiana Regional Cities Initiative, which has funded hundreds of community projects to make …

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The Fort Wayne Capital Improvement Board at its April 25 meeting approved moving back the deadline for Electric Works' developer to meet milestones to keep money that the CIB committed to the Fort Wayne Redevelopment Commission for the project.

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At the start of the Fort Wayne City Council’s committee session April 9, Shan Gunawardena, chair of the Fort Wayne Board of Public Works, provided the council with an update on local bridges and suggestions for how to address the funding of their maintenance.

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Bluffton is providing tax increment financing for an $8 million industrial real estate investment it considers important to economic development there.

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INDIANAPOLIS — A DeKalb County farm was recently recognized at the Statehouse for being in operation for over 150 years, according to state Sen. Dennis Kruse and state Rep. Ben Smaltz, Republicans from Auburn.

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Farmers who spoke at the first of two public hearings on a proposed bridge tax told the Allen County Board of Commissioners that it would be a large cost burden for them.

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Editor's note: Indiana Lt. Go. Suzanne Crouch issued this statement on Senate Enrolled Act 198, which was signed into law April 3 by Gov. Eric Holcomb. The bill allows a judge to consider at sentencing whether a crime was committed with bias or because of a victim’s “real or perceived charac…

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The Allen County Board of Commissioners planned to hold a public hearing on the re-establishment of a Cumulative Major Bridge Fund for the county at 10:15 a.m. March 29 in Suite 035 of Citizens Square, 200 E. Berry St.

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President Trump led a victory parade of Republican lawmakers and White House insiders after a summary of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation released March 24 showed no evidence of collusion with Russia.