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City of Rushville adopts new Comprehensive Plan

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By Kate Thurston, Reporter/Photographer for Rushville Republican. Tuesday night before city council, there was a public hearing on the comprehensive plan for Rush County. The plan was completed and adopted at the meeting. Cory Daly with HWC Engineering along with Scott Burgins of SDG spoke to the council and those who attended. “Over the last [Read More…]

RUSHVILLE awarded Blight Elimination Grant! This is great news; supports Economic Development efforts.

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Great news for the City of Rushville. $230,000 to help clean up our neighborhoods. Congratulations Mayor Pavey and all of your staff who helped to put this successful grant application together. One more step to building a stronger Rushville and Rush County. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann today announced two rounds of awards [Read More…]

RUSHVILLE / RUSH COUNTY visited by Senator Donnelly

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The Rush County ECDC was excited and honored to have U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly stop by our office yesterday.  We had the opportunity to visit with Senator Donnelly for more than a half hour.  We discussed issues that are important for Rushville and Rush County and ways where we could partner with the federal government [Read More…]

RUSHVILLE wins 2014 Primacy of Place Community Award!

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Building Better Communities (BBC), the outreach and engagement division at Ball State University, announced Thursday that the Riverside Park Amphitheater in Rushville is one of four recipients of the 2014 Primacy of Place Community Awards. The awards, presented at an awards ceremony luncheon at the Minnetrista Cultural Center in Muncie, recognize Indiana communities’ exemplary approaches [Read More…]

RUSHVILLE named finalist in Primacy of Place Award!

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Building Better Communities (BBC), the outreach and engagement division at Ball State University, today announced nine finalists of the 2014 Primacy of Place Community Awards Program (PoPCAP.) The program, launched in 2013 by BBC and the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs, recognizes Indiana communities making innovative strides in improving quality of life for [Read More…]

RUSHVILLE featured in Ball State Primacy of Place 10 in 10 series

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RUSHVILLE: Build It and They Will Come Rushville, Indiana (Pop. 6,341) After attending a music festival in a neighboring community, then city councilman (now Rushville mayor) Mike Pavey asked, “Why can’t we do that in Rushville?”  In less than six months, Pavey and other Rushville residents mobilized Rushville city government, businesses and residents to build [Read More…]

North Industrial Park featured in Building Indiana Magazine

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A great article in the Building Indiana magazine! To view the entire  magazine, go to http://www.buildingindiana.com. Look for “current issue” and go to page 64. Talks about the infrastructure installations being done throughout the site, getting it “backhoe-ready” for interested businesses.    

Progress being made at the North Industrial Park!

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Watch this site often or check us out on Facebook (Rush County ECDC) to monitor construction progress at the North Industrial Park.  Water, sewer, roads, redundant fiber soon. This is a project of the city of Rushville / Rushville Redevelopment Commission. General contractor for the project is King’s Trucking and Excavation; Butler, Fairman & Seufert [Read More…]

INTAT to expand operations; create 40 new jobs by 2016

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INTAT Precision, Inc., a leader in automotive component manufacturing, has announced its intentions to expand its operations in Rushville, Indiana, creating up to 40 new jobs by 2016. At a meeting hosted by the Rush County Economic & Community Development Corporation, leadership from INTAT announced their plans to develop a new manufacturing process at their [Read More…]