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Clark County

February 23, 2013

French Quarter lift station must be fixed before Jeffersonville takes control

Sewer board members worried about agreed order with IDEM

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JEFFERSONVILLE — Payment for a TV

A new TV was purchased for the mayor’s conference room on the second floor of Jeffersonville City Hall. It was purchased in order to have a way to display images and plans in the room during regular sewer meetings. The mayor’s conference room is a regular meeting location for the city’s Redevelopment Commission, Sewer Board and Drainage Board, among other groups.

As a result, the entities are being asked to share in the cost of the new TV, which totaled $2,119. One-third of the cost for the TV was requested and approved by the sewer board totaling $706.

Jeffersonville’s redevelopment commission approved its third of the cost at its Wednesday meeting.

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