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BYPASS BANTER: County, city officials stand as a cohesive unit

February 28, 2014

Editor’s note: The following is the third installment of the three-part series on the proposed U.S. 30 bypass

COLUMBIA CITY — Teamwork is nothing new for Columbia City and Whitley County leaders.

When Gov. Mike Pence proposed eliminating a business tax without a clear way to replace the revenue, municipalities across Whitley County came together to speak up and be heard.

As state leaders discuss road work and projects throughout Indiana, a bypass from Fort Wayne to Valparaiso is on the agenda.

The plan would divert traffic around Columbia City, and once again, local officials are looking forward to working as a cohesive unit to amplify the potential area impact.

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