Public hearing scheduled for State Road 46 bridge replacement

first_imgBatesville, In. — The Indiana Department of Transportation will hold a public hearing on Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. in the Batesville Memorial Public Library about the proposed bridge replacement on State Road 46 over Little Laughery Creek.The Indiana Bridge No. 046-24-03124A (NBI No. 17430) on State Road 46 over Little Laughery Creek is eligible for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places under Criterion C because of its engineering significance as an exceptionally long example of a state-designed T-beam structure. As part of the Historic Bridge Inventory, initially the bridge was determined “Select” for preservation per the Programmatic Agreement Regarding Management and Preservation of Indiana’s Historic Bridges. Subsequent to the determination, the bridge’s condition, and the ability to rehabilitate the structure to meet current standards questioned the rationale for the “Select” designation and spurred a new alternative analysis. It was then determined to change the designation to “Non Select” and not suitable for preservation. The bridge has been marketed for re-use for over six months. Here is the information from the INDOT Historic Bridge Marketing website:This bridge has been previously listed or determined eligible for listing in the National Register or is a contributing resource within a historic district listed in the National Register. Therefore, this bridge was not reevaluated as part of this inventory project.The purpose of the public hearing is to offer all interested persons an opportunity to comment on current design plans for a proposed State Road 46 bridge replacement over Little Laughery Creek. The public comment period will end on Friday, November 2.The project will require SR 46 to be closed during construction while using the official detour on state maintained routes of SR 3, I-74, and SR 229, however local routes may be used by local traffic. Access to all businesses and residences shall be maintained and school corporations and emergency services will be notified prior to any construction in regard to the closure or delays prior to any construction. The project will also include, but not limited to, transitional construction at the approaches along with placement of rip rap for scour protection and guardrail as needed. The project will not require new permanent right of way.Prior to the public hearing date, the environmental findings, and preliminary design plans for the project are available for viewing at the following locations:Batesville Memorial Public Library, 131 N. Walnut St., Batesville, IN 47006 Phone# 812-934-4706INDOT Seymour District Office, 185 Agrico Ln. Seymour, IN 47591 Phone# 855-463-6848INDOT Hearings Examiner, Indiana Government Center North, 100 N. Senate Ave. N642, Indianapolis, IN 46204, Phone# 317-234-0796last_img read more

Fan reactions to Syracuse’s loss at No.7 Louisville

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GVC secures its Blue Chip status re-listing on FTSE100

first_img Submit StumbleUpon GVC hires ‘comms pro’ Tessa Curtis to re-energise media profile  August 25, 2020 GVC Holdings has completed a further leadership objective having been re-admitted onto the FTSE100 index, bolstering its status as a London blue-chip stock.On Wednesday, the FTSE Russell published its top 100-to-250 index report having reviewed all quarterly trading statements sanctioned by listed companies.The FTSE announced the inclusion of GVC Holdings, AVAST (IT security), Homeserve (emergency repairs) and Kingfisher (home retail) onto the top 100 index.The four incumbents replace Carnival Cruises, Centrica Energy, Easyjet and Meggitt (aerospace systems) as FTSE100 enterprises, following the quarterly rebalance.GVC joins competitor Flutter Entertainment Plc as the only betting groups listed on the top bracket of the London Stock Exchange index.The company had previously listed briefly as a FTSE100 enterprise following its acquisition of Ladbrokes Coral back in March 2018.Despite GVC significant enlargement, the firm’s share price and value would be dented by the UK government announcing its £2 wagering limit on FOBTs machines, diminishing the value of Ladbrokes Coral’s retail estates.Branding the firm’s FTSE100 re-inclusion as a ‘key landmark’, GVC stated confidence in the firm’s future prospects, having placed responsible gambling at the forefront of its corporate strategy –  in which the company moves to expand its global profile within the US and further new regulated marketplaces. Share ‘Deal maker’ Rafi Ashkenazi ends Flutter tenure  August 27, 2020 GVC absorbs retail shocks as business recalibrates for critical H2 trading August 13, 2020 Related Articles Sharelast_img read more

Young B&H Basketball Players at the European Championship in Konya

first_imgIn the Turkish town of Konya at Thursday starts the European Championship for basketball players up to 18 years.The B&H basketball players will play in the C group along with the teams of Greece, Turkey and Czech Republic. They will play their first match today, against Greece.The B&H juniors have arrived in Konya this Tuesday and they already did their trainings.The selector Dragan Bajić took 12 players to Turkey. Those are: Mirsad Pilavdžić, Edin Atić, Ivo Garić, Milenko Predić, Haris Ćurevac, Damir Hadžić, Nedim Đedović, Enis Memić, Aleksandar Lazić, Đorđe Aleksić, Imran Polutak and Rijad Smajlović.The schedule for the B&H team matches in the group phase:July 24th – Greece – B&HJuly 25th – B&H – TurkeyJuly 26th – B&H – Czech Republic(Source: Fena)last_img read more