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Meeting Notice: Legacy Joint Funding Committee – 10/8/2014

The Legacy Joint Funding Committee will meet at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 8th.
Fort Wayne City Councilman Mitch Harper

Opinion: Legacy Fund should benefit our community for decades and generations to come

Custodians of the Legacy Fund have an obligation to ensure those funds benefit the community decades from now and for generations to come.
Geoff Paddock and Pam Holocher

Video from 9-city agreement for passenger rail media availability

Video from nine-city agreement for passenger rail media availability.
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Environmental evaluation of rail corridor to be pursued

MORPC and Columbus and Marysville are ready for the next phase of the exploration of a proposed Columbus to Chicago High-Speed Passenger Rail Corridor.
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Environmental evaluation of rail corridor to be pursued

MORPC and Columbus and Marysville are ready for the next phase of the exploration of a proposed Columbus to Chicago High-Speed Passenger Rail Corridor.
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Mayor Tom Henry announces updated review process for Legacy dollars

Mayor Tom Henry today announced his administration has developed a review process to enhance the City’s Legacy initiative.
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Mayor Tom Henry announces updated review process for Legacy dollars

Mayor Tom Henry today announced his administration has developed a review process to enhance the City’s Legacy initiative.
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Nine mayors to sign agreement supporting Chicago-Fort Wayne-Columbus passenger rail corridor

Nine city mayors announce they will sign a memorandum of agreement calling for the development of a Chicago-Fort Wayne-Columbus passenger rail corridor.
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Passenger rail taking strides forward

Councilman Geoff Paddock (D-5) has announced the intention to take the Columbus - Fort Wayne - Chicago high speed passenger rail project back to the Fort Wayne City Council on December 10th.
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Op Ed: Don’t let the train pass Fort Wayne by

A broad coalition of support is building in Indiana and Ohio to bring passenger rail service back to the region – linking Fort Wayne with Chicago and Columbus, Ohio – at speeds up to 110 mph.

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