Where to take your storm debris
Here we have the latest news regarding the storm debris for Evansville. Officials at the mayor's office are asking citizens to take advantage of yard waste day, which occurs every Friday. This only applies to small fallen limbs, no larger than 3 inches in diameter. The city is still working on a plan to help residents with large limbs. We will update the information on our website as it becomes available. Click the link below from WFIE Channel 14 News has a list of places where you can take your storm debris.
Vectren Warns Against Power Sharing During Continued Outages
Vectren Electricity Company is warning residents not to share power during continued outages. Vectren is concerned because of the potential danger it poses. Communications Director Chase Kelley said, “When you get into running power lines over roadways, you get into issues where people will run over it. What if there's rain or flooding? We encourage customers to not do that.” Click here to check it out or type http://www.abc25.com/dsp_story.cfm?storyid=8763 into your browser.
In other news:
We have good news on the economic front. Berry Plastics is expanding its downtown headquarters in Evansville and will hire 250 workers. The cost of the expansion is tagged at $20.9 million dollars for an 85,500 square foot facility. We commend Berry Plastics for their continued initiative and foresight to invest here in Evansville. To read this story on the Inside INdiana Business website, go to http://www.insideindianabusiness.com/newsitem.asp?ID=31525.