Bill to Study Elimination of License Plate Stickers Heads to Indiana Senate

Rep. Doug Gutwein presents legislation to study the elimination of license plate stickers at the Statehouse on Jan. 28

License plate stickers may soon be a thing of the past, under a bill advanced Tuesday by the Indiana House of Representatives. The bill’s author, Representative Doug Gutwein, says the state spends over $6 million a year to make and send out the decals but only collected $450,000 last year in fines for expired plates.

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NJ Officials Alerted About Funds Available for Future Expenses Related to Engineering Services for Water System

Commonwealth Engineer Intern Sarah Prizio recently informed North Judson Town Council members about some additional funds that will be available for future use.

She noted that as Commonwealth reps were finishing up the Town’s asset management plan, it was discovered that they’re about $20,000 under budget for inspection services.

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Winamac High School Principal Placed on Administrative Leave Due to Misconduct Allegations

Winamac Community High School

Winamac High School Principal Jeremy Tucker has been placed on paid administrative leave. In a statement Wednesday, Eastern Pulaski Superintendent Dara Chezem said the leave took effect January 24, due to allegations of misconduct. Chezem said the school district has launched a thorough investigation.

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