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April 29, 2014

Nappanee board accepts appraisals on properties

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The engineer also took measurements on the currently closed Summit Street Bridge leading into Stauffer Park to determine the load limit. Warren said the limit is anything below 3 tons and the bridge is closed to vehicular traffic.

Now officials will need to determine whether the bridge can be repaired or if it needs to be replaced. If they have to replace the bridge, the estimated cost would be approximately $100,000.

While the bridge is closed there is only one way in and out of the park. 			

In other business, board members:

• Heard crews will be working in the city next week checking for water leaks around hydrants, etc.

• Approved a request from the Second Saturday committee to close Leadership Park and Clark Street on Second Saturdays from May through October.

• Accepted the resignation of Ptl. James Baumgartner with the specification that he reimburses the city for half of the cost of his training while at the police academy as per the employee agreement. That amount is $5,222.

• Approved preparing specifications for soccer complex hardscapes to extend the street from Northside Manor Apartments in to soccer complex.

• Approved preparing specifications and advertising for bids for a new slide-in unit for fire department.

• Approved excavation on public property permits for monitoring wells by George’s Auto and also by New Paris Telephone.

EMS volunteers fundraiser The public is invited to help support Nappanee Emergency Medical Services volunteers by stopping by the Rite Choice parking lot on Saturday from 11 a.m. until sold out and purchasing Nelson's chicken, pork chops, ribs and Pit-tatoes. The food is being sold on a first-come, first-served basis.

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