Jerry Trolz said employees at Goshen Stamping Company, one of Goshen’s oldest businesses, were shocked by his decision to sell.

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The Third House Town Hall Meeting starts at 11:30 a.m. and is open to public

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Several families braved the cold to go sledding at Ox Bow Park in Goshen

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Goshen contracted with a firm to look at current sewer rates and recommend whether Goshen should increase those rates.

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Construction of South Link Road, south of Goshen, is expected to start in late March or early April

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