Portage Street Department
PORTAGE | Officials have decided not to pursue criminal charges against five street department employees who were placed on administrative leave earlier this month. But an in-house investigation into the harassment complaint against the employees is ongoing, Portage Police Chief Troy Williams said.
If it's hard to teach old dogs new tricks, teaching old gardeners might be tricky.
Street sweepers and other large vehicles are stored outside the Portage Street and Sanitation Department because there is not enough garage space for them. Officials are investigating renovating the 35-year-old facility.
Some of the Portage Street Department's equipment is stored in a building at the facility.
The six mechanics employed by the Portage street department repair all city vehicles in this four-bay garage.
The sign shop at the Portage Street and Sanitation Department facility is housed in the oldest building on the site.
The lack of storage space at the Portage street and sanitation department facility off Hamstrom Road has been a continuing issue. Small storage rooms, like this one, are full of equipment.
Temporary stop signs are stored outside at the Portage Street and Sanitation Department facility off Hamstrom Road.
PORTAGE | The Portage Redevelopment Commission this week approved a contract with GAI Bonar, of Valparaiso, to complete a boundary survey at the city's street department facility.
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