Batesville Board of Works Meeting Set For Tuesday

first_imgBATESVILLE – City officials will gather next week for a special public Board of Works meeting. It will be held at the Memorial Building at 6 p.m. Tuesday, July 29.The first item on the agenda is the presentation of a rate review study for the wastewater operations.Mayor Rick Fledderman said, “That will be presented by Jennifer Wilson of Crowe Horwath to the Board of Works.”The Board will then have the responsibility of making a recommendation to city council.The City is moving forward with the Hillcrest Bridge project. The second item on the agenda is to award a bid for the sewer work that will be done in the area.“The plan is to begin that after the golf course closes September 15. The bridge replacement will begin this fall approximately October 1,” Fledderman said.last_img

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Ndidi, Iheanacho miss out on Champions League spot, as Leicester City bow to Man Utd

first_imgAfter 298 days in the top-four spots in the longest season in recent memory, Leicester city of Wilfred Ndidi and Kelechi Iheanacho, have missed out on Champions League football, losing 0-2 to Manchester United. A win on the final day was all that was needed to return to Europe’s top table, but another valiant effort ended in defeat, Bruno Fernandes’ penalty and Jesse Lingard’s very late tap-in separating the sides. City were very good for much of the match, but just like the story of the season, they did not have enough to get over the line. They huffed, they puffed, and they tested David de Gea, but they could not find a way through and have to settle for fifth.Advertisement Loading… It is the fifth best season in City’s history, and yet it will feel like a huge disappointment. City had a 14-point cushion inside the top four at the start of the year, but their bottom-half form since then, with Brendan Rodgers’ side hit with crucial injuries, saw them slip down the table, eventually falling out of the Champions League places in the final week of the campaign. In a huge final-day showdown, it looked like they might do it. United were nervy, and City had chances, Iheanacho scuffing at De Gea, Golden Boot winner Jamie Vardy heading against the bar. read also:Leicester City striker ‘offered’ to Premier League rivals But when it came to the crunch, City lost their head. Hamza Choudhury lost the ball and Anthony Martial was fouled in the box, Fernandes converting. City tried to mount a comeback, but in the frustrating final moments, Jonny Evans was sent off and Kasper Schmeichel was robbed by Lingard. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

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