Utility Services Board
PORTAGE | The city's designated stormwater coordinator resigned her duties Wednesday following a months-long squabble over some $3,000 in back pay.
PORTAGE | The Board of Works on Tuesday approved pulling a performance bond on a subdivision in order to partially fund paving the streets.
PORTAGE | The Utility Services Board will send a letter to the City Council asking for back pay for one of its employees.
PORTAGE | The Board of Works on Tuesday approved paving half of Monnier Street between Stone and Mulberry avenues.
PORTAGE | The Utility Services Board this week opened bids for the construction of the Edgewood Street stormwater project.
PORTAGE | The city's Utility Services Department is looking to buy about $1 million in equipment.
PORTAGE | Longtime Portage Township School Board and city Utility Services Board member Bill Fekete announced Wednesday that he will resign from his posts Friday.
PORTAGE | The Utility Services Board will divert some $2 million it's been holding onto for the Central Avenue project in Portage to address more immediate concerns.
PORTAGE | The Portage Board of Works on Monday gave its approval to three employee collective bargaining agreements.
PORTAGE | It's taken two years of work, but Portage Mayor James Snyder believes his city is in a good place.
PORTAGE | Some six years after it was originally proposed, Mel and Mark Gore are ready to move forward with their Cardinal Crossing residential development at the northwest corner of Willowcreek Road and County Road 700 North in the spring.
PORTAGE | While the contract between Utility Service Department employees and the city wasn't ready for a vote Wednesday, Utility Services Board members did make some moves toward the new labor agreement.
PORTAGE | The city's department of community development is on the move.
PORTAGE | The Utility Services Board approved a $750 signing bonus for employees as contract negotiations near ending.
PORTAGE | Three of the five Portage Street Department employees suspended last week have retained an attorney.
PORTAGE | The Utility Services Board recently approved a contract to locate two billboards on water reclamation plant property despite significant restrictions on the signs.
PORTAGE | The Utility Services Board approved a project last week to alleviate drainage problems on Mingo Street.
PORTAGE | The Utility Services Board is looking at changing the way it charges mobile home parks for sanitary sewer services.
PORTAGE | The Utility Services Board on Wednesday approved commissioning a financial capacity study to determine if the department can afford more that $5 million in projects.
PORTAGE | A representative of Camelot Manor and Camelot Estates mobile home parks complained to the city this week about abrupt changes in sanitary and stormwater billing charges.
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