Saturday, December 20, 2008

Mayor Signs 'Light Pollution' Provision Into Fort Wayne City Code
Despite the Fact that the City now lost 80 percent of it's power after the Ice Storm. The City Planners pushed the Light Pollution bill into law and a day later most Lights go out in town.

What'a the coincedence that would happen?

Thousands Still Without Power

Utilities say thousands without power in N. Indiana
WTHR, IN - 2 hours ago
Indiana Michigan Power reported at mid-afternoon Saturday it had not yet restored service to more that 69000 customers, mostly in the Fort Wayne area, ...
Storm updates- Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
Utilities say 77000-plus customers have no power Fox 28
Indiana Michigan Power Tells Customers To Be Prepared For Extended ... Indiana's NewsCenter
MSNBC - Indianapolis Star
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Sunday Winds May Compound Ice Storm Damage, Outages
MSNBC - 10 hours ago
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) --- Forecasts for another blast of cold air Sunday accompanied by wind gusts as high as 35 miles per hour pose ...
The Faces Behind The Power Outage Indiana's NewsCenter
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Ice cuts power to some clinics in city
News Sentinel, IN - 11 hours ago
Lutheran Health Network’s three RediMed clinics in Fort Wayne closed Friday because of no power, although the north site on Coldwater Road kept power until ...

Indiana's NewsCenter, IN -
Dec 15, 2008

We're told Henry wrestled for several days with what to do about a revision approved by city council to make light pollution a violation of the city noise ...
Mayor signs ‘light pollution' revision News Sentinel
Fort Wayne mayor open to gambling expansion Journal and Courier
Mayor signs light limits into law Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
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City Council Says, "Lights Out"
Indiana's NewsCenter, IN - Dec 9, 2008
By Carl Smith FORT WAYNE, Ind (Indiana's News Center)---Council voted on amending an existing ordinance at the Fort Wayne City Council meeting on Tuesday ...
City to curb yard lights Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
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We don't have a right to never become annoyed
News Sentinel, IN - Dec 12, 2008
... with bright lights that they enact ordinances to end “light pollution” just so people can see the night sky. We aren't that far gone in Fort Wayne yet, ...

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