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Mayor Broderick is excited to announce that a new business is coming to the City of Anderson bringing approximately 60 new jobs to our city. Tippmann Group is committed to hiring and training local workers with an average pay of $56,000 a year. Welcome to our community of growth and development!
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38th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Program
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Please take note of this opportunity from Anderson High School and our D26 Career Center.

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Please join us for the CASA, Inc. ribbon cutting on Thursday, Feb. 22nd at 4:00 p.m. at 3588 Mounds Rd.

Come show your support!

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Governor Holcomb's visit to Anderson:

“Get them into good jobs in communities like Anderson,” Holcomb said. “Places like this are so important to our future.

“You have the skilled workforce,” he said of Anderson. “It is a place that has a great economy, infrastructure and workforce.”

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“Anderson is a great place for companies to invest,” he said. “We are blinking lights to potential investors that there is a low cost of living, a low cost to do business and live within our means. "

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The manager of the NTN Driveshaft facility said the employee turnover rate at the Anderson plant is the lowest of the company’s facilities in Indiana.
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Governor Holcomb's visit to Anderson:

"Holcomb visited the Anderson facility on Scatterfield Road on Monday, meeting with Anderson Mayor Thomas Broderick Jr., Elwood Mayor Todd Jones and Corey Sharp, director of Purdue Polytechnic.

'It surpassed my expectations, but I’m not surprised,” Holcomb said. “I heard a lot about the magic that happens here.'"

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Following his initial visit to Purdue Polytechnic, Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb said similar facilities are needed throughout the state.
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Good Morning Anderson!

We have a local business celebrating a ribbon cutting and grand opening tomorrow! Please come out to show your support.

KT Pawn: Wednesday, Feb. 21st @ 10:00 a.m. (3728 Main St.)

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It has been a busy morning for Mayor Broderick and the City of Anderson.

Mayor Broderick and other city officials went to the Wake Up Breakfast hosted by the Madison County Chamber to hear about educational opportunities at Ivy Tech Anderson and business opportunities in Anderson.

Our Municipal Development team and Mayor Broderick's Blight Elimination Program took down another building this morning making this our 7th demolition this year!

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Our Light and Power Department as well as our Parks Department are working towards taking down all of our wonderful Christmas decoration. Mayor Broderick would like to thank Light and Power and the Parks Department for all the work they have put in this year in making our city look festive for the holidays.

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Mayor announces actions with CSX to Improve Train Stops and Blockages:

Mayor Thomas Broderick, Jr. announced today that he and other city officials have been in discussions and meetings with CSX Transportation officials to address the extensive time trains have been blocking city intersections. The last meeting was held February 12, 2018 at City Hall. In his announcement Mayor Broderick stated “a mutual agreement has been reached that is expected to reduce the blockages and t...he amount of train traffic that is moving through our city during peak traffic periods.”

Mayor Broderick stated, “This has been an ongoing problem that has increased recently due to changes made by CSX at the corporate level in Florida. We are pleased that the CSX officials recognized our concerns and are willing to work with us in working towards a reasonable resolution.”

Mayor Broderick explained that during the meeting he and the other officials present expressed their concerns as well as the concerns of city citizens and urged CSX to take action.
CSX representatives apologized for the difficulties and agreed to take immediate action that is expected to reduce train traffic in the city by 30%. As part of this reduction, CSX has agreed to cancel the a.m. train that has been blocking several intersections in the morning, including those at Scatterfield Road; and will, when possible, adjust the afternoon train entry into the city to better coincide with scheduled train work, which will result in shorter waiting times at the crossings.

Broderick stated he learned yesterday that CSX is following through on their commitment and have turned in the documentation to move the morning train. “This is a great first step that will improve traffic movement in our city and improve our public safety to insure fire and police first responders can remain effective,” said Broderick.
Broderick also said that he is optimistic that progress will occur, but will take further action if the agreed upon changes are not implemented or are determined to not be effective.
Broderick said the changes should be in effect by the end of next week.

If there is a train stopped for longer than code allows, please fill out a complaint at: https://www.csx.com/index.cfm/about-us/contact-us/

Under the Indiana code a train should not block an intersection more than 10 minutes under normal circumstances.

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CSX is a leading supplier of rail-based freight transportation in North America. But there's more to CSX than you might expect. Learn all about CSX and discover what we're doing for our customers, environment and communities. Visit http://www.csx.com/.
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Good Morning Anderson!

We have a street closing on 2nd Street between Henry and Sycamore. Please plan accordingly.

Have a great day!

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Oakley Brothers Distillery Ribbon Cutting!

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Job opportunity in the City of Anderson:

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Don't forget to come out to the Oakley Brother's Grand Opening tonight! 21+

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Our website: www.cityofanderson.com has many exciting features.

One example is our new interactive City map! The old (Interactive Web map) and the new (Map Center) maps are available from our city web site here - http://www.cityofanderson.com/222/Maps

Check out our website and see what other resources you have access to!

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AndersonTV got a shoutout at the end of the Anderson Madison County Visitors Bureau Funcast with our friends Matt Rust and Paul Poteet! While you're waiting for it, check out all the great info of what's happening this weekend around town!

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It's a special edition of the FUNcast this week from Hoosier Park Racing and Casino! ... with Indiana's Weatherman Paul Poteet and Matt Rust of the Visitors Cen...ter! Get the icy forecast, and event information plus some ideas where to spend Valentine’s Day. (MUGS Coffee and Tea Company, Soap & Sunshine Apothecary, City of Anderson Government, Anderson TV, Homestretch Steakhouse at Hoosier Park, Catello's Mozzarella Bar, Gaither Family Resources, The Christian Center, Anderson University Athletics, Anderson University, Pendleton Artists Society, Mountain Laurel, Kettle Top Brewhouse, The ALLEY Theatre.

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The Christian Center's Walk a Mile in my Shoes event at Anderson University

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In honor of Oakley Brothers' Distillery's upcoming grand opening, Anderson TV has released the latest in the "What's Up, Downtown A-Town" series. Sit back and enjoy the creation story of Oakley Brothers' Distillery. This interview took place prior to their opening, but they are currently open for business! And, you're invited to the grand opening this Tuesday, February 13th at 6 PM. Enjoy!