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February 7, 2014

Local Briefs: Feb. 8

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The topic of this month’s meeting will be “Analyzing and Documenting Building Energy Usage.”

A high-level overview of “Energy Star’s Portfolio Manager” will be presented. Information: 289-1826.

State ramps up pothole patching

INDIANAPOLIS — Crews for Indiana’s transportation agency have begun working around the clock to repair countless potholes created by weeks of punishing winter weather.

Gov. Mike Pence says Indiana Department of Transportation crews will work alternating 12-hour shifts, using portable lighting so that their pothole-patching work can continue during nighttime hours.

Pence said INDOT also will activate asphalt plants normally shuttered during the winter to supply local governments with additional patching material.

INDOT has already put in 81,000 man-hours repairing potholes, he said.

Pendleton to interview manager candidates

PENDLETON — Town Council President Robert Jones said the Pendleton Council will meet in executive session on Monday and Tuesday to interview the six remaining candidates. Jones declined to reveal the names of the six candidates until the interviews were over.

The six people remaining were taken from a pool of 28 applications the council received. Three of them will be interviewed Monday and three on Tuesday. Jones has said the council will take as long as it needs to make the right decision.

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