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    The Allen County Council granted a request Thursday from the Fort Wayne-Allen County 911 call center for nearly $300,000 while denying a smaller request from the Soil and Water Conservation District.
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I&M backs efficiency project for Rousseau

FORT WAYNE - The Allen County commissioners accepted a check for nearly $55,000 Tuesday from Indiana Michigan Power to be used to implement a new energy-saving project in the Rousseau Centre. The program is expected to reduce future energy use by installing equipment designed to regulate airflow and air temperature in the 217,000-square-foot building.

For more information on the Commercial and Industrial Energy Efficiency program or about becoming a service provider, go to www.electricideas.com or call 1-888-444-9085.

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