Chamber banquet is open to all


Here’s a chance to mingle with the merchants that make our business community go. The Zionsville Chamber of Commerce’s annual awards banquet is Jan. 25 at 6:30 p.m. in the Palomino Ballroom. For $40 ($50 for non-members) per person, there will be a cocktail hour, silent auction, a keynote speach by Rep. Steve Braun (R-Zionsville), dinner and the awards ceremony. It’s a great way, member or not, to get to know our local business owners and to celebrate achievements of the past year and to support the chamber, the unofficial visitor’s center and economic-development engine for our town. For more information, we urge you to contact the chamber at 873.3836.

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All in the name of progress, we ask for your patience as the section of 121st Street, also known as Greenfield Road, from Michigan Road east into Hamilton County is closed to through-traffic for approximately three months to allow the Clay Township Regional Waste District to extend a sanitary sewer line. While the road will be closed to through-traffic, access will be provided for residents living along the road and in adjacent neighborhoods. School bus service and emergency vehicle access also will be allowed at all times. As we said, progress.

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With the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day approaching on Jan. 21, a Monday, we’d like to again remind you that Current’s Jan. 22 issue will reach all homes on Jan. 19. We appreciate you rolling with the delivery changes though the fall and winter holidays. Next up after MLK Day: President’s Day. We’ll remind you, not to worry.