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Indiana county commissioners heard a complaint about how some property is kept in the northern part of the County. 

During the public comment session of the Indiana County Commissioners meeting, Laurence Sparr complained about how a piece of property next to his has a lot of garbage strewn about, and he’s complained about it for several years.  Sparr said that the county was responsible for making sure the people on the property in question were keeping the property in good condition.  Chairman of the County Commissioners Rod Ruddock said that he heard that Sparr had contacted the DCED and they examined the case.  Ruddock said that the county had done everything that was required of them under the law, and that the issues he raised were the responsibility of the township.

In other business, the Commissioners approved a change order concerning the North 7th Street project.  The change order for just over $58,000 was for traffic signal modifications at the intersection of Philadelphia and 7th streets.  Dave Morrow of the office of planning and development said those were not ready when they were starting the project, and it would be better to get the project started and the signals would be added in as a change order.

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