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We have an opening for a full time position with the City of Angola Police Department!

 

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Chad Gillette

I’m too old. 🙁

Tawny Holcomb 😁😁

Dang wonder if i could get my old job back

Lauren Parr

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5 days ago

City of Angola Municipality

Please remember as you are out and about in the mornings and afternoons- our Steuben County schools have either already started or will be starting this week! Be aware that there will be school buses everywhere as well as students walking and riding their bikes to school or to their bus stops. They DO NOT always pay attention, which means YOU have to!
If you have questions about where the crossing guards are located to ensure your child is using the safest route, please call your school office or transportation department.
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Please remember as you are out and about in the mornings and afternoons- our Steuben County schools have either already started or will be starting this week!  Be aware that there will be school buses everywhere as well as students  walking and riding their bikes to school or to their bus stops.  They DO NOT always pay attention, which means YOU have to! 
If you have questions about where the crossing guards are located to ensure your child is using the safest route, please call your school office or transportation department.

From the desk of our MS4 Coordinator, Kris Thomas.....

Billboard storm water pollution prevention education message #3 can be seen on US 20 heading into Angola from I-69. It's simple and to the point. If we keep our streets clean, we help keep our waters clean. From pet waste to grass clippings, the more we can keep out of our storm drains, the less will end up in our local waterways. And, yes, there is naturally occurring animal waste from wild animals that ends up in our waterways. And, yes, there is naturally occurring plant matter that falls into our waterways. However, that doesn't mean we need to exacerbate the problem by adding more organic matter that will break down and add to existing problems. We are more urbanized. We are more populated. There are more of us today. Let's not knowingly compound the problems we know exist. We love our lakes. Let's do all we can to protect them. By doing so, we not only protect our "backyard", we also protect waterbodies in other areas we love to visit further away.
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From the desk of our MS4 Coordinator, Kris Thomas.....

Billboard storm water pollution prevention education message #3 can be seen on US 20 heading into Angola from I-69.  It’s simple and to the point.  If we keep our streets clean, we help keep our waters clean.  From pet waste to grass clippings, the more we can keep out of our storm drains, the less will end up in our local waterways.  And, yes, there is naturally occurring animal waste from wild animals that ends up in our waterways.  And, yes, there is naturally occurring plant matter that falls into our waterways.  However, that doesn’t mean we need to exacerbate the problem by adding more organic matter that will break down and add to existing problems.  We are more urbanized.  We are more populated.  There are more of us today.  Let’s not knowingly compound the problems we know exist.  We love our lakes.  Let’s do all we can to protect them.  By doing so, we not only protect our “backyard”, we also protect waterbodies in other areas we love to visit further away.

 

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I continue to see these landscaping companies blowing grass clippings into the drains all of the time. You would think they would know better.

Do they have pooper scoopers for cows or horses?? ;-)

A buffer of native plants along the lakeshore acts as a filter to prevent runoff pollution too.

Yup I park under it everyday for work

Great sign !

Awesome! This is what my husband does - works for the clean water utilities department. I always say he makes our water. 💗💗

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We are excited and getting prepared for another fun weekend in Angola!

• August 3rd -The Angola Arts Festival is happening downtown on the circle from 10 am – 4 pm with activities throughout the day and with live music by Mike Conley from 12 – 3 pm.
• August 3rd- FREE beginners lesson for the BRAND NEW 18-hole Disc Golf Course at Commons Park. Meet at the Selman Timber Frame at 9:30.

UPCOMING EVENT INFO
• August 17th- Dog Days in the Park. Check out the below information and if you want to register for the 5K Run or Walk you can do so at the link below.

www.raceentry.com/races/k9-fun-run/2019/register
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We are excited and getting prepared for another fun weekend in Angola! 
  
• August 3rd -The Angola Arts Festival is happening downtown on the circle from 10 am – 4 pm with activities throughout the day and with live music by Mike Conley from 12 – 3 pm.
• August 3rd- FREE beginners lesson for the BRAND NEW 18-hole Disc Golf Course at Commons Park.  Meet at the Selman Timber Frame at 9:30.

UPCOMING EVENT INFO
• August 17th- Dog Days in the Park. Check out the below information and if you want to register for the 5K Run or Walk you can do so at the link below.  

https://www.raceentry.com/races/k9-fun-run/2019/register

3 weeks ago

City of Angola Municipality

Don't forget the FREE concert tonight with the amazingly entertaining Hubie Ashcraft Band on the stage at Commons Park! Food and drinks (available for purchase) with Shigs In Pit BBQ and Mad Anthony's Brewery start at 6pm. The music starts at 7pm! Make sure to wear your dancing shoes! :) ... See moreSee less

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