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The Greensburg Police Department will be conducting their hiring process to establish an eligibility list for future employment. Applications will be available at the Greensburg Police Department, 201 S. Broadway Greensburg, Indiana 47240 between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday-Friday beginning Monday August 11, 2014. All applications must be returned to the Greensburg Police Department by 5:00 pm on Friday, August 29, 2014. No applications will be issued or accepted after that date. All information concerning qualifications is available at the Greensburg Police Department. No prior experience is necessary. Applicants must be between the ages of 21 and 35. Applicants are considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, marital or veteran status.
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TIF Board Continues to Work On Veteran's Way Project

The City of Greensburg TIF board met Wednesday evening where they discussed the progress of the Veterans Way project as well as a possible reimbursement of claims to date on that project.
City Engineer Gary Murray informed the board that OMara has submitted a preliminary contract schedule which states they plan to complete the road to a point just south of the planned round-a-bout. This point will be approximately nine hundred feet north of the Tree ...

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Airport Board Considers Upgraded Weather Station

GREENSBURG — An Indiana medical plane/helicopter company has asked local airport officials to consider upgrading the facility’s automated weather station. Michael O’Leary, aviation site manager of the LifeLine Program at Metro Aviation Inc., in a letter told the Greensburg Board of Aviation Commissioners that an upgraded weather station “would greatly improve the aviation safety operation in and around your area.” Airport Board President Jon Dooley said Monday that bad weather is a leading cause of aviation accidents and fatalities, and an upgraded weather station, an Automated Weather Observing System, would relay updated weather information more quickly. The nearest AWOS station to Greensburg is in Columbus. Without an AWOS station, medical flights have to rely on forecasts that are updated three times a day, which, O’Leary said, is not nearly frequent enough for Indiana’s capricious weather. Eventually, especially if the airport is expanded, the facility would need the upgrade anyway, Dooley said. Board member James Pruett, too, said he supported the idea, as an AWOS system would improve the safety of commercial, medical and leisure...

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