At their meeting this morning, the Indiana County Commissioners approved a resolution to extend the charter of the Indiana County Transit Authority.
IndiGo’s current charter has been in place since 1979, and is set to expire within a few years. IndiGo Executive Director John Kanyan told county commissioners that the extension of the charter, which has already passed IndiGo’s board will show the state that they will continue to be an active entity in the county.
Kanyan also reported that construction on the Compressed Natural Gas station is going quickly, and they’ll be ready to open soon. Within the next few weeks, they will open for testing, with the hope that they will open to the public in the next few months.
In other business, the County Commissioners approved two Liquid Fuels funding requests. One for $25,000 for Burrell Township to help with road repairs, and $22,505 for Creekside Borough to be used to partially offset eligible project costs for storm water projects.