Tuesday, March 21, 2017

21 March 2017 Dearborn County Commissioners Meeting Notes

21 March 2017 Dearborn County Commissioners Meeting Notes

Present: Art Little, and Kevin Lynch, acting President
ABSENT: Shane McHenry- due to illness. 

Also present: Gayle Pennington, Auditor, Andy Baudendistel, Attorney, and Terri Randall, Administrator

Baudendistel read the Title VI statement as required by law. 

OLD BUSINESS: none

NEW BUSINESS:

Litter Update - Celeste Calvitto- Bright Fire and Community Corrections and Highway cleaned up Jamison Road. The Fire Dept has done 5 roads so far. They were done by noon Sat. They filled 3 county dump trucks. Community Corrections will do several roads in the spring and in the fall several more. The Facebook page for the Litter Initiative has gotten 100s of shares. and 1000s of views. She said it has gotten people engaged and more people recommending roads to clean up. Commissioners thanked her for her efforts.

Planning and Zoning Zone Map Update and Ordinance Rezoning Parcel- Mark McCormack- This was forwarded from the Plan Commission from the February meeting with a unanimous favorable recommendation form the 6 voting members. The chairman - Kraus, Jr., left the room for the PC meeting as he was the surveying company. This was Harrison Brookville Road to rezone all of it to Highway Interchange that had not been zoned that so far- 14.87 acres. McCormack presented to same material in summary as was presented at the Feb PC Meeting. The land will be used for storage units. There was a preliminary concept plan submitted. Fire Dept letter came in after the meeting. There were other written commitments that were added to the recommendation to consider. Applicant was not there- except for Kraus Jr. representing them. He went over the plans for etc property with office space and storage units. Health Dept said they were OK for sewage and Fire Dept approved. Joe Leonard and wife, Allison Johnson, own the property and he has stopped excavation until they get permits. This is in the TIF area. The commissioners have the 5 criteria for a zone change. This will be a Highway Interchange against an Ag zone. It’s a larger setback next to Ag.

PUBLIC COMMENT- Daughter of adjoining owners (Weslings) who has POA represented them. They want the buildings to be at the 50 ft distance from Ag and they request they don’t get a variance for that. They are concerned with run-off onto their Ag crop fields. They have problems and 52 with runofff issues too. She thinks maybe a traffic study needs to be considered due to the roads being closed from flooding issues over the years. The Wesling property is a large piece all the way around this property. 
PUBLIC COMMENT CLOSED

These concerns raised will be addressed at the concept development phase. She said she had brought this up in advance so they can plan ahead. Little said- he can’t do something that will adversely affect their farmland. Water issues can be civil issues sometimes per McCormack. They can’t increase the volume or velocity of the water onto adjoining lands. 

Baudendistel read the ordinance prepared to rezone the property to H-1. 

Commissioners approved the zone change for the 14.87 acres with following commitments - uses stricken remain stricken, traffic count exceeding 1000 trips per day requires a traffic study, and fire dept approval. They also took into consideration the 5 criteria for a zone change. 

West Harrison Updated Interlocal Agreement and St Leon Updated Interlocal Agreement were set up to roll in other depts of the county reviewing items like driveway permits etc. This also specifies county fees for doing this. These will begin in Jan of each year. West Harrison is $5,500- the smallest agreement. These would automatically renew and have termination clauses. There are increases built in after 5 years or so.  $10,800 is the fee for St. Leon- they do more work for them. They also help with Comp plans there. Approved both agreements separately.

ADMINISTRATOR- Terri Randall- one item- need to call Special Commissioners Meeting. The DCRC is purchasing two small parcels in Aurora Industrial Park to secure the signage. The Commissioners are involved because the written economic development plan requires the commissioners to approve the parcels. The Plan Commission hears it before the Commissioners. And they need a 10 day notice and a public hearing. Finally the DCRC does a confirmatory hearing. There is a certain amount of time required to do this and so they need to meet that time limit. She’s requesting that they meet next week Tuesday March 28th at 8:30 AM for that purpose. They approved that. She said it’s a win-win for everyone involved.

AUDITOR- Gayle Pennington- Claims and Minutes from March 7 Meeting approved

ATTORNEY- Andy Baudendistel- none

COMMISSIONER COMMENTS- Little- his nephew is being inducted into IN Basketball Hall of Fame- even though he played baseball mostly. 
Lynch- sees the progress on the addition- it’s exciting. Weather improves the progress. A lot of this is due to the hard work of our administrator and those on the committee. 

PUBLIC COMMENT- none

LATE ARRIVAL-none

Meeting Adjourned at 7 PM

Christine Brauer Mueller
Lawrenceburg Township

Private Public Econ Dev Organization Presenting to DC Redevelopment Commission March 23rd

Private Public Econ Dev Organization Presenting to DC Redevelopment Commission March 23rd

 AGENDA
DEARBORN COUNTY REDEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONS MEETING
March 23, 2017
9:00 a.m., 3rd Floor Commissioners Room
County Administration Building
215 B West High Street, Lawrenceburg, Indiana

EXECUTIVE SESSION @ 8:00 a.m.

  1. Call to order

  1. Verification of Information Discussed in Executive Session

  1. Action of Executive Session 

  1. Approval of Minutes
February 2, 2017 Meeting

  1. Claims & Financials
1.  Approval of Claims
- General Fund
- TIF Fund
- Visioning Grant Fund

2.  Review of Financials

  1. Unfinished Business

  1. New Business
1.  Resolution No. DCRC-2017-002
Resolution of the DCRD Approving an Amendment to the Declaratory Resolution and the Economic Development Plan for the West Aurora Economic Development Area

2.  One Dearborn Presentation - Private/Public ED Organization

  1. Economic Development Officer’s Report

  1. Attorney’s Report
  1. Other Business

  1. Adjournment






Monday, March 20, 2017

DC Redevelopment Commission Executive Session and Meeting March 23

PUBLIC NOTICE
Executive Session 

The Dearborn County Redevelopment Commission 
will hold an Executive Session on
Thursday, March 23, 2017 at 8:00 a.m.

The purpose is to discuss interviews and negotiations with industrial or commercial prospects or agents of industrial or commercial prospects by the Indiana economic development corporation, the office of tourism development, the Indiana finance authority, an economic development commission, a local economic development organization (as defined in IC 5-28-11-2(3)), or a governing body of a political subdivision. 
This is classified confidential by state and federal statute: 
IC 5-14-1.5-6.1(b) (4)

And also for the purposes of discussing strategy with the respect to the purchase or lease of real property by the governing body up to the time a contract or option to purchase or lease is executed by the parties.
This is classified confidential by state and federal statute:  
IC 5-14-1.5-6.1(b) (2) (D)

The DCRC regular meeting will take place at 9:00 am

These meetings will take place at the
Dearborn County Administration Building, 3rd Floor Commissioners Room,
215 B West High Street,

Lawrenceburg, IN  47025

AGENDA- UPDATED for March 21 Commissioners

AGENDA
DEARBORN COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS MEETING
March 21, 2017 
6:00 p.m., Commissioners Room
County Administration Building
215 B West High Street, Lawrenceburg, Indiana


I. CALL TO ORDER

II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

III. OLD BUSINESS
IV. NEW BUSINESS
1.  Litter Update - Celeste Calvitto

2. Planning & Zoning Director, Mark McCormack
1.  Zone Map Update 
2.  Ordinance Rezoning Parcel
3.  West Harrison Updated Inter-local Agreement
4.  St. Leon’s Updated Inter-local Agreement


V. ADMINISTRATOR – Terri Randall

VI. AUDITOR – Gayle Pennington
1.  Claims/Minutes
VII. ATTORNEY – Andy Baudendistel
VIII. COMMISSIONER COMMENTS

IX. LATE ARRIVAL INFORMATION

X. PUBLIC COMMENT


XI. ADJOURN

Saturday, March 18, 2017

AGENDA March 21 County Commissioners Meeting

AGENDA
DEARBORN COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS MEETING
March 21, 2017 
6:00 p.m., Commissioners Room
County Administration Building
215 B West High Street, Lawrenceburg, Indiana


I. CALL TO ORDER

II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

III. OLD BUSINESS
IV. NEW BUSINESS
1.  Litter Update - Celeste Calvitto

2. Planning & Zoning Director, Mark McCormack
Zone Map Update 
Ordinance Rezoning Parcel

V. ADMINISTRATOR – Terri Randall

VI. AUDITOR – Gayle Pennington
1.  Claims/Minutes
VII. ATTORNEY – Andy Baudendistel
VIII. COMMISSIONER COMMENTS

IX. LATE ARRIVAL INFORMATION

X. PUBLIC COMMENT


XI. ADJOURN

Tuesday, March 07, 2017

An Alternative to 'Synthetic' Local Economies

An Alternative to 'Synthetic' Local Economies

by Jason Arp
reprinted with permission from Indiana Policy Review

Government-run economic development entities are having a difficult time replicating the real thing.

News stories from around Indiana point to problems related to creating what I call synthetic economies: The Muncie building commissioner is charged with wire fraud, theft and money-laundering; a Marion tax district lost $2.5 million on a failed hotel project; Crawfordsville and Montgomery County defunded their economic development corporations; the Angola Herald-Republican filed a public access complaint against the Steuben County Economic Development Commission.

And these hiccups aren’t confined to Indiana. The Florida House recently voted to eliminate Enterprise Florida, its equivalent to our Indiana Economic Development Corporation.

Despite myriad variations and convoluted machinations, the problems of supply, demand and price in free exchange cannot be solved by a system of bureaucratic agencies trading in other people’s money. These systems are rife with the complacency and nonchalance of those who have none of their own capital at stake as gatekeepers, bookkeepers and paymasters.

The weakness of the government-funded economic development model is laid bare by its own example. In my city in the last three years, we have seen three progressively more egregious public-private "partnerships" in our downtown.

In even the least preposterous of these the government-funded portion of the transaction is about a third. It was the first of the Regional Cities-funded projects (despite being unmentioned in the application to the state). Its total cost at the time the city granted it $4.1 million was about $46 million (factoring in the portion of a parking garage that our city deeded over).

The developer put in $5 million of equity capital and borrowed more than $16 million, according to the information that City Council had at the time it considered the project. That means the balance (a full $24 million) came from a mix of governmental sources. The story for the other two projects is similar, but the percentage from truly private sources of capital is even lower.

The problem with all these programs is the tremendous waste of money. For instance, apartments that will rent for between $900 and $1,200 a month are being constructed for between $220,000 to $250,000 a unit. Compare that with apartments in roughly the same price range at the Riley Towers in Indianapolis, assessed at $60,000 a unit, or at the Three Rivers Apartments in downtown Fort Wayne assessed at $25,000 a unit.

Finally, the new subsidized buildings include commercial space that is being built for $280 a square foot when high-quality office space is available for sale throughout the city (southwest, northeast or even downtown) for $75 to $125 a square foot.

No one in their right mind would construct such projects with their own money at these prices. In fact, a quick scan of commercial real estate prices in my city finds plenty of properties available that would yield unleveraged investors anywhere from 5 percent to 8 percent, given current occupancy trends.

There is an alternative. Those who really “believe” in downtown development should form a REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust), which pays no federal income tax itself, distributing 90 percent of taxable income to investors. The ownership must be dispersed across at least 100 investors with no five holding more than 50 percent of the shares, a requirement that would seem doable considering the number of wealthy boosters of downtown renovation.

Such an entirely private solution allows them to pursue their vision without forcing the rest of us to abandon our own.

Jason Arp, a financial consultant and member of the Indiana Policy Review Foundation, represents the 4th District on the Fort Wayne City Council. A version of this essay was published by the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette.

7 March 2017 Dearborn County Commissioners Meeting Notes

7 March 2017 Dearborn County Commissioners Meeting Notes

Present: Shane McHenry, President, Art Little, and Kevin Lynch

Also present: Gayle Pennington, Auditor, Andy Baudendistel, Attorney, and Terri Randall, Administrator

Baudendistel read the Title VI statement as legally required.

OLD BUSINESS: none

NEW BUSINESS:
Change orders - Maxwell Construction- Chris presented 2 change orders  $2030 additional for interior wall connections to Courthouse. Approved. 
New sidewalk repairs and gas meter area, doors, hardware, limestone details, gravity sump drain additional holes, water proofing, etc $22,710.89 Deducts also included in this. So there is no change in the cost as this came out of the allowance in the contract amount. Approved. they are talking to other subs about getting costs down too.
Copy will be given to auditor.
Annex Update: Roof is 90% complete. Work on 1st floor interior walls on first and 2nd floor. Mechanicals working on basement and 1st floor. Working to stay on budget.

EMA Director- Jason Sullivan:
EMPG Salary Reimbursement Grant- annually done that pays half their salary. Approved. 

Smart 911/Rave alert approval- Jared Teaney and he are requesting this as Council approved the money. Baudendistel has reviewed the contract. $23,750 include setup fee. $20,400 is the annual fee after that first year. Approved. Plans to market this will to be advertising at fairs, festivals, schools, papers, Facebook, civic organizations, etc. This will let people know how to sign up with a profile for those with special conditions they want 911 to know about. 

Recording Device- Plan Commission President, Dennis Kraus, Jr.- At last PC meeting it was brought up that they haven't had a recording of their meetings since last August. Health and Sewer Board also have this issue. They don’t know what they are allowed to do about getting a recording system or if the commissioners want to address this themselves. 
Discussion about the current system which isn’t updated to Windows 10 and also the portable system they have to record off site. They also talked about the judge’s systems for the courts and that meetings will be moving to the annex meeting room by the end of the year. 
Plan was to get with Midwest Data and get the portable system set up for them now. Then research how to handle this for new meeting room in Annex for the future.

HIGHWAY DEPT. Todd, Listerman, County Engineer- Terri Randall presenting for Listerman who is at Purdue Road School.
Bridge #43 Platt Road Bids - $469,861.20 is low bid- for McAllister Excavating. Approved. Rohe and O’Mara also bid.
Bridge #43 Construction Inspection Contract - low bid Certified Engineering-  $30,300. Approved.  
Right of Entry and Hold Harmless Agreement- Stimson Road- Baudendistel said there is a hump going back to his property. Randy Wayne is a contractor lives there and he has the permission to achieve this. He will follow Listerman’s specs on this. Approved. 
Bridge Inspection- Supplemental Contract- United Consulting- does ours $21,450 additional to our current contract for scour inspections that are now required by INDOT. It’s about $832 per bridge. 

ADMINISTRATOR- Terri Randall
We have all the finishes for Annex over on display in the room here. You can see that the courts have moved forward with Mary Ewbank- selecting colors- reds and blues for patriotic touches. 

Gap in coverage on health officer they were encouraged to buy limited malpractice at $6300 because Dr. Scudder writes orders for epi-pens etc at schools.They have some blood testing and field testing. There will be an audit on Workers Comp there also. Need permission to bind that coverage. 

Randall presented for Marie E. Dausch, Executive Director of New Horizons- celebrating March as Disability Awareness month and asked if possible to have a Proclamation signed.   Marie also stated that this year they have a traveling art exhibit that moves around the counties they serve.  The county event is in Northern Dearborn County, at Stout's Brick House, Thursday March 9th from 5-7.  In addition it will feature a visually impaired guitarist providing background music.
The following link is to their Facebook page which lists the events. https://www.facebook.com/nhrinc

For more information- call info below.
Marie E. Dausch | Executive Director| (ext 222)
New Horizons Rehabilitation, Inc.
237 Six Pine Ranch Rd. | Batesville, IN 47006
Main: 812-934-4528 Cell: 812-212-8498

McHenry read the Proclamation- for March 2017 as Disability Awareness Month. Approved. 

AUDITOR- Gayle Pennington- Claims and Feb 21st Minutes Approved

ATTORNEY- Andy Baudendistel- contract for professional services for Cedar Creek home- where the septic failed. New system failed too. Soil testing done in front yard. Homeowner bought the new system and Eckstein and Shane Inc installing free. $150/trip for pump and haul to handle this until new system installed by August.  NTE of $5,000 which is the deductible for insurance will be the county’s cost of fixing this. Funding is coming form lawsuits and settlements. Hoping the pump and haul will be about $2,000 total. Lorie Baker , the County, and Eckstein an Shane Inc. are in the agreement. Approved. He thinks the new permit from Health Dept is already issued. 

COMMISSIONER COMMENTS-
Lynch will be out of town Wed-Sun. Attended Get Energized by the Chamber with etc airport and Amazon facility. Workforce issues and working with TANK to get people from here to KY via our Park and Ride. 5,000 employees needed and double that seasonally. Great opportunity in our region.
Little- Hear it was projected that 100,000 jobs per year in IN would be added and will be about 40,000 short per year even if all college graduates stayed.
McHenry- For Park Board- Judge Humphrey has a name but this person hasn’t voted in primary. They will have the citizen and Democrat chairman sign an affidavit that this person is a Democrat. Jason Cheek, a Democrat, also interested so his name will be passed to Council President Liz Morris. Hoping this fills both board seats now. 

PUBLIC COMMENT- none

LATE ARRIVAL- none

Meeting Adjourned at 9:30 AM

Christine Brauer Mueller

Lawrenceburg Township

Saturday, March 04, 2017

AGENDA- March 7th MORNING Commissioners Meeting

AGENDA
DEARBORN COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS MEETING
March 7, 2017 
8:30 a.m., Commissioners Room
County Administration Building
215 B West High Street, Lawrenceburg, Indiana


I. CALL TO ORDER

II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

III. OLD BUSINESS
IV. NEW BUSINESS
1.  Change Orders – Maxwell Construction

2.  Emergency Management Director, Jason Sullivan
1. EMPG Salary Reimbursement Grant 

2. Smart 911/Rave Alert Approval

3.  Recording Device – Plan Commission President, Dennis Kraus, Jr.

4.  Highway Items – Terri Randall (presenting in Todd Listerman’s absence)
1. Bridge #43 Platt Road Bids

2. Bridge #43 Construction Inspection Contract
3. Right of Entry & Hold Harmless Agreement – Stimpson Road

4. Bridge Inspection Supplemental Contract

V. ADMINISTRATOR – Terri Randall

VI. AUDITOR – Gayle Pennington
1.  Claims/Minutes
VII. ATTORNEY – Andy Baudendistel
VIII. COMMISSIONER COMMENTS

IX. LATE ARRIVAL INFORMATION

X. PUBLIC COMMENT


XI. ADJOURN

Wednesday, March 01, 2017

28 February 2017 Dearborn County Council Meeting Notes

 28 February 2017 Dearborn County Council Meeting Notes
Present: Liz Morris, President, Dennis Kraus. Sr., Dan Lansing, Charlie Keyes, Ryan Brandt, Alan Goodman, and Bill Ullrich. 
Also present: Gayle Pennington, Auditor and Teresa Randall, County Administrator
Morris read the Title VI statement as required by law.
PAWS- Robin Pelfry- Annual report- operated since 2011 for $120,000/year from the county to help with housing Animal Control and their animals. She went over then report as given to Commissioners at their meeting last week. Most of the animals coming thru the door are coming thru via private citizens. Increased expenses due to more hiring being required as volunteers decrease. It’s a demanding job. Payroll was cut 10% last year. Some leave and trying not to hire more so decrease due to attrition. Adoption fees decreased to stay competitive with the region in order to move more animals. Trying to be paperless in a couple years. Commissioners agreed to work on the ordinance to get a TNR for feral cats. Trap Neuter and return = TNR. New van from Community Foundation. Lawrenceburg paid for their facility with $1.2million in 2011. 
COMMISSIONERS- Terri Randall- Draw $2 million for Courthouse Annex advertised in 2016- 11,573,000 budget and have had $5 million so far. Asking for $2 million. Their sheets are all balanced and match the records in the auditor’s office. Reported the building is going well and should be enclosed by the end of April. The portico will have a drape over it for longer as the glass goes in later. By Oct to Nov they hope to get the prosecutor moved over to renovate the old are for the clerk. Maybe will be used by the public by the holidays. The finish boards for the annex are on display in the Commissioners meeting room. Using reds and blues - as patriotic colors in main areas. Later they can have a hard hat tour. 
Kraus asked how much the overrun on the steel. She said she doesn’t know what the over run amount was. He wants to know how much of the $500,000 was spent on the steel. He asked dit several ways and several times to finally get the answer that they needed the entire $500,000. She said they were going to value engineer other areas to try to make it up. Ullrich motioned and Goodman 2nd to allow. Dennis Kraus and Dan Lansing voted Nay. 
EMERGENCY MGMT/911- Jason Sullivan- RAVE ALERT/SMART 911- $23,750- to allow for a subscription to this. Subsequent years are $20,400/year. Morris said that we have to come out with ways to get the public to use the system and enter their data. Kraus asked about the other 2 companies and was told by Sullivan that they only had partial services. This one combines the services. He said they also priced several other packages. They cancelled their contract with Rapid Notify. that money will go towards this for $6500. This can kick in in early March. Ullrich said their are 40 churches in the county- maybe get word out that way. There are people who go to Easter services and never go to church again till Christmas- that may be a good way to get to them per Ullrich. Brandt motioned to approve $17,250 ( he took out the $6500 they already had)  out of 911 fund and Lansing 2nd. All ayes
PARK BOARD- Jim RedELk-
County Farm water line $6100- needed to clean and maintain equipment and fill spray tank. LMS is water supplier- This is for a 1 in line. This comes out of County Farm account. Kraus motioned and Goodman 2nd. Approved. 
Playground mulch $4700- Bright Meadows and Guilford for 90 cubic yards. Lots  of Guilford’s washes away. Doug Berger spoke and said it was an industry standard. Kraus motioned and Ullrich 2nd. Approved out of the Capital Improvements account.  
Bright Meadows Camera install $1300- this is an additional one and Ullrich noted they already have some good incriminating videos from out there. Internet power outage damaged one. they bought a spare and get more coverage. Approved. 
 Fence repair $1400- at Bright Meadows. Split rail breaks and 50 rails need replacement. Approved.  
 Baseball Field dirt $2500- 2 fields in Bright Meadows - team coaches will provide labor. Both infields are compacted. Maintenance only. These fields can be used by the public when the others aren’t practicing on them. Approved.  
Park Board appointment of a Democrat was not brought up. 
REGIONAL SEWER DISTRICT- Steve Renihan- operating under a new system this year as recommended by SBOA. There are 3 accounts that normally would have been encumbered by the county. When they moved to a stand alone entity these funds were not encumbered. They are operating at $4500/mo deficit. They don’t get money from the county anymore. They have a treatment plant at High Ridge that they have to maintain. 
Morris wants these funds to roll back int fund 4917. And then they have to request them. 
Keyes asked how much money rolled over. They have $300,000 in their account. Guilford is the hot button out there- about 60 houses to help ultimately there. They need more people to hook on to make their money up. SR 148 area also with 278 customers. Guilford is over a $1million to do. They want to work with Lawrenceburg for Wilson Creek (16 homes) and 148 also and eventually Guilford.   
Stateline Rd project-$91,000- now putting a line up to Bond Road. This money is needed as the bill just got submitted.  Approved to get this out of 4917 to pay invoices for this.  
West Harrison TIF-$36,215.58- Kraus said they should get money from the TIF district for money on their infrastructure. Sewer is infrastructure. This is the bridge at Johnson Fork. They are requiring Utility coordination when INDOT calls. More maintenance and flushing gets required when less customers sign up at first. This money stays in 4917 until needed.
Mount Tabor Project- $24,270.23- This also says in 4917 until needed. 
Frank Kramer the DCRSD attorney said that there is a policy when St. Leon sewer came in to not force people to hook on.Several minutes of discussion on the rule to allow people to opt out in the county.  
PLANNING AND ZONING- Mark McCormack- new computer, hardware and software for office- $3,700 - approved.
AUDITOR- Gayle Pennington- Minutes from Jan 24th approved
Salary Ordinance Changes- Guardian ad litem needed some salary changes in this offices. No new money- just adjusting within the budgeted amount. Approved.
SCU- special crimes unit- How many county officers work for them- asked Lansing- 1 detective and one evidence guy. The other cities have somebody involved, but Greendale does not have one assigned to it. 


PUBLIC COMMENT: Chris Mueller- Asked about the Park Board appointment for a Democrat for the Board. (They are operating with 3 members and a county extension agent not appointed yet as ex officio.) They are working on it and have some names.

Chris Mueller commented- Sewer Board proposal to allow DCRSD to force hookups on sewer lines they are installing and even some they are turning over to other sewer treatment districts.Remember the differences with the rural end of county and issues in St Leon and rescinding that rule would put large hardship there. Perhaps pull out the middle man (the county sewer district) and let the city of Lawrenceburg supply the line and the service in the developed areas adjoining them.  

Meeting adjourned at 8:30 AM
Christine Brauer Mueller

Lawrenceburg Township