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Last night the Huntingburg Common Council approved the the city’s 2017 Budget during the first of the council’s two monthly meetings at Huntingburg city hall.

Councilmen Kissling stated that he would vote in favor of the Budget Ordinance for next year, he had to abstain from casting his vote last night due to the fact he also serves as the city’s assistant fire chief and rhat his department part of next year’s budget. The budget was approved by a vote of 4 to 1.

Heidi Reller provided the council with her annual report of the Huntingburg Housing Authority and shared various issues she faces within the needs of the community. She stated that the occupancy rate is high for housing. Mayor Denny Spinner and the council discussed some of the issues Reller sees everyday with accommodatiing residents and creating activity at the community center they thanked her for her work. Spinner shared his appreciation and hoped for the continuous success of the housing authority and all the work that is put back into the community.

Spinner spoke about the Huntingburg Active Living Workshop and describes why the City of Huntingburg was chosen…

Spinner noted that this workshop is not only information based but will include group activity and will be held at the Old Town Hall tomorrow October 13th. The workshop is free however registration is required. Call Ashlee Sudbury at 812-482-1782 for more information.

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