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Work continues on downtown study
TADI and Business Districts, Inc., have continued work on the Downtown Market and Parking Study.
- Stuck truck highlights concerns at intersection On Thursday morning, Sept. 12, a semi-truck carrying a load of Samuel Adams was not able to make the turn from Turkey Foot Road onto Mulberry Street. According to Zionsville Police Sgt. Joe Robinson, this was at least the second or third time a semi had been stuck at the intersection.
- Area businesses plan major expansions Two Zionsville-area businesses with plans for major expansions have asked for financial incentives from the Boone County Redevelopment Commission.
- Witham withdraws Zionsville plans Witham Health Services has pulled its plan to build in Zionsville.
- School board approves technology purchases The Zionsville Community Schools Board of School Trustees, at its regular meeting Monday, Sept. 9, approved the purchase of three new routers to replace routers that are at the end of their lives.
- County reluctant to help fund holiday lights Unless the Boone County Commissioners specifically ask for the money, the Boone County Council is reluctant to donate money for new Christmas lights around the downtown square. Although the Lebanon City Council donated $10,000 toward the decorations,
- Mandatory school age worthy topic for debate Should Indiana children wait until they are 7 years old before they step into a classroom? That's a question state Senate Minority Leader Tim Lanane thinks is worthy of a vigorous debate in the next legislative session. Lanane, of Anderson, called a
- Town seeks input for study The Town of Zionsville is conducting a consumer survey to identify downtown's best business opportunities.
- The Caring Center works to improve food security Food insecurity - the condition of being unable to eat healthy meals on a regular basis - affects an estimated 6,100 Boone County residents. According to Feeding America, an organization devoted to eliminating hunger in America, more than half of tho
- Whitestown to hire Norton as town manager The town of Whitestown believes they have found their new town manager and didn't have to go very far to find him. The Whitestown town council hopes to finalize a contract with Dax Norton, who served on the Boone County Economic Development Corp. for eight years and was the director of the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs before resigning in late August.
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