Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Politics

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The talk stems from complaints over the years from voters of having to pass through security at the Elkhart location, at the county courts building.

Tim Vandenack

Posted at 4:40 p.m.
Dick Moore

The Elkhart City Council stripped funding for Moore’s $349,000 proposal from a spending proposal, but that’s not dissuading him.

Tim Vandenack

Posted at 7:06 p.m.
Ed Windbigler

The Elkhart City Council is in the midst of discussions over Mayor Dick Moore’s proposal to spend $349,000 on new body cameras and related technology.

Tim Vandenack

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Elkhart mayoral candidate Dan Boecher said that Elkhart can be a great city only if its leadership is bold.

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The president announced changes last year that would benefit up to 5 million undocumented immigrants, but they haven’t yet been implemented because of a court challenge.

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The Elkhart mayoral candidate will speak to the group at Sports Time Family Pub and Grill. The gathering is open to the public. 

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The $349,000 proposal, which covers the cost of body cams and new in-car cameras, stemmed in part from an incident last July on Garfield Avenue.


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