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PORTAGE | FBI officials made their second visit to the city Tuesday.
PORTAGE | Three of the five Portage Street Department employees suspended last week have retained an attorney.
PORTAGE | When the city's Redevelopment Commission footed the bill for the removal of a large pile of concrete near Crisman Pond, it figured the Utility Services Department owed them something.
PORTAGE | Barring any complications, residents who stop by the Utility Services Department to pay their bill soon won't have to make the monthly trip.
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 Indiana State Board of Accounts audit of the city's books for the last year showed minor glitches regarding bank account reconciliations and paperwork.
PORTAGE | Times are tough financially for most municipalities.
PORTAGE | The Utility Services Department, to cut costs, will change how it collects delinquent fees.
PORTAGE | In a split vote, the Redevelopment Commission on Wednesday approved a contract with Empowerment Business Solutions to provide actuarial services to the city.
PORTAGE | Clerk-Treasurer Chris Stidham had good news and bad news for the Portage City Council Budget Committee on Wednesday night.
PORTAGE | The Portage Board of Works on Monday approved the purchase of a front end loader from Roland Machinery of Portage for a cost of $167,726.
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