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Officials with the City of Huntingburg and Midwestern Engineers will host a pair of public information session regarding the 4th Street Waterline project next Tuesday, April 19th.

Again the meetings will be held two different times at 9 am an 5 pm at Huntingburg City Hall.
Representatives from the city and Midwestern Engineers will be in attendance to answer questions and address concerns.

In a news release Huntingburg Mayor Denny Spinner says the 4th Street Waterline project was included in the city’s Stellar Strategic Investment Plan and is a vital first step in preparing for the 4th Street Heritage Trail project.

Mayor Spinner says city officials understand there will be some inconvenience for merchants and residents along 4th Street and says these public meetings are being held so there is open communication for everyone involved and impacted by the project.

For more information, please contact Rachel Steckler at Huntingburg City Hall at 812-683-2211 or by email at

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