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City of Salem Leaders’ Quick Thinking Helps Expedite Recovery Efforts After Furious Flood

Posted by Allie Barcome on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 @ 10:00 AM

This version of this article appeared in the 2018 Summer Issue of the Indiana Association of Regional Councils Indiana Association of Regional Councils 

May 19, 2017. The tight-knit City of Salem, Indiana was going about Friday as usual. Residents went to work. Children went to school. Businesses opened their doors. The community was preparing for Friday Night on the Square - a popular local event around the historic Washington County Courthouse where vendors and businesses set up and people gather to shop and enjoy each other’s company. Like most communities in the state during springtime, Salem was expecting some seasonal showers in the evening.

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Tags: stormwater, emergency planning, Wessler, Wastewater

Old Fuel Can Affect Your Emergency Engines

Posted by Amy Harvell on Thursday, March 05, 2015 @ 10:00 AM

Until recently, I had no idea that fuels could be considered “old.” Old fuels can wreak havoc on an engine. There are even organisms that can grow in diesel fuel! Thanks to a recent training presentation, I am now better informed and I had to pass along the information to you.

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Tags: professional engineer, emergency planning, engine fuel


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