PORTAGE | The city's Advisory Claims Committee this week recommended settling a lawsuit. The recommendation will be taken under consideration Monday by the Board of Works.
PORTAGE | The Portage City Council on Tuesday night unanimously approved pay increases for non-union employees affected by upcoming changes in their health insurance.
PORTAGE | The Redevelopment Commission on Wednesday approved the sale of one property, the purchase of two others and demolition for another property it recently bought.
PORTAGE | Purdue University North Central students will be able to take classes at the new University Center in Portage beginning in January.
PORTAGE | The Advisory Claims Committee on Wednesday approved a settlement to head off a lawsuit against the city.
PORTAGE | The Board of Works on Monday approved a settlement to purchase a slice of land necessary for the Central Avenue/County Line Road intersection improvement process.
PORTAGE | The Redevelopment Commission on Wednesday approved lease agreements with Indiana University Northwest and Ivy Tech Community College for the use of the University Center.
PORTAGE | Awarding a contract that would have moved the city closer to an automated trash collection system was delayed Wednesday.
PORTAGE | The Redevelopment Commission on Wednesday rejected the initial lease offer from Valparaiso University for space within the University Center.
PORTAGE | The Board of Works on Wednesday approved an amendment to the city's small purchase policy.
PORTAGE | A fifth university has shown interest in possibly holding classes at the city's University Center.
PORTAGE | The Board of Works this week gave its approval to the settling of a lawsuit against Portage by three of the police department's canine officers.
PORTAGE | When the developers of Marina Shores at Dune Harbor first proposed their residential and marina project some seven years ago, they painted a picture of relaxed, upscale living close to Lake Michigan.
PORTAGE | The city took the first step in settling a yearlong lawsuit with Portage Police Department canine officers Monday night.
PORTAGE | As construction of University Center is winding down, so is work on the leases.
PORTAGE | The City Council this week approved paying its annual membership dues to the Greater Portage Chamber of Commerce.
PORTAGE | Several local universities are close to signing a lease in the region's newest building dedicated to higher education and job development.
PORTAGE | Leases between the city and local universities looking to occupy the new University Center building may be completed next month.
PORTAGE | Mayor James Snyder told members of the city's Redevelopment Commission this week that the city needs to spend time planning.
PORTAGE | Debra Ekdahl will remain the Portage Township School Board's representative on the Portage Park Board despite a request by the mayor that she be replaced.
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