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- Anderson out of annexation discussion A last-ditch effort to give Anderson a seat at the annexation table along Interstate 69 south to the Lapel exit has disintegrated.
- Ken de la Bastide: Health Center board discussed removing Malone as director The board of directors of the Madison County Community Health Center discussed late last year whether to replace its president and CEO, Anthony J. Malone.
- Council approves water rate hike Despite objections from some members, the Anderson City Council Thursday night gave preliminary approval to a two-year phased-in rate increase for the Anderson Water Department.
Redistricting bill unlikely to get hearing
A bill to establish a redistricting commission to assist lawmakers when they redraw districts is on its last legs as the second reading deadline approaches in the Statehouse.
- South Madison towns disagree over benefits, pitfalls of annexation Town council members of neighboring municipalities wished each other good luck in their future plans to annex key parcels of land near the Hamilton County border.
- Challenge withdrawn to Mitchell's candidacy A challenge to the candidacy of Republican Micah Mitchell for the party’s nomination for Madison County treasurer has been withdrawn.
Mass transit moves on to Indiana House
The Mass Transit bill, which could bring an extensive mass transit system to Madison County and other nearby counties, passed out of the House Ways and Means Committee onTuesday with a 17-1 vote.
Vote delayed on mass transit bill
A mass transit bill, which could lead to a tax increase in Madison County, will be considered today in the Indiana House Ways and Means Committee.
- County renews Eisenhower Bridge application Despite the old saying that the third time is the charm, Madison County officials are hoping their sixth application for federal funds for the Eisenhower Bridge is successful.
- Business leaders see early education as economic investment The state won’t pay to send poor children to preschool anytime soon but business leaders and key Republicans say they plan to keep pushing for the program.
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