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PORTAGE | It will be at least another month before developers of Sterling Creek Parc will know if they can encroach upon a natural drainage way to construct residential buildings.
PORTAGE | The Portage City Council on Tuesday reviewed a proposed sewer rate increase for commercial properties, asking for clarifications.
PORTAGE | The Utility Services Board took the next step in resolving a decades-long drainage problem in one area of the city Wednesday.
PORTAGE | The Portage City Council declined to take any action last week on two issues involving the city's Utility Services Department.
PORTAGE | The Utility Services Board approved the appointment of two city employees to share responsibilities in stormwater management tasks.
PORTAGE | The Utility Services Board approved two contracts last week for landscaping work at two sites.
PORTAGE | The Utility Services Board this week approved reimbursing the street department for work done by its employees.
PORTAGE | The Utility Services Board this week sent a recommendation to the City Council to raise sewer rates for commercial users.
PORTAGE | When workers began distributing the new trash and recycling containers, they found more homes were using the city services than were paying for them.
PORTAGE | The city is moving ahead with the development of a geographic information system that officials say will improve efficiency for multiple departments.
PORTAGE | The Utility Services Board this week approved moving ahead with three neighborhood stormwater drainage projects.
PORTAGE | The Redevelopment Commission this week approved extending two contracts into 2013.
PORTAGE | The city's sanitary sewer treatment plant will get about $500,000 in upgrades this winter to make the plant more energy efficient.
PORTAGE | City officials believe they have found a low-cost fix to the sinking 66-inch stormwater outfall pipe just east of Willowdale Road.
PORTAGE | The Redevelopment Commission on Wednesday approved a contribution of up to $40,000 to help the city solve its computer woes.
PORTAGE | The Redevelopment Commission this week approved an expenditure of up to $881,385 to fund employee buyout packages.
PORTAGE | The city has begun offering some employees a chance to retire early.
PORTAGE | This summer's drought has been both a blessing and a curse regarding the completion of the Stone Avenue reconstruction project.
PORTAGE | The Utility Services Board approved its first drainage project of the year, which will target a west side residential area.
PORTAGE | The long-awaited Joseph Avenue Bridge, connecting two city subdivisions, should be completed May 5.
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