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Zoning appeals public hearing Monday

The Fayette County Board of Zoning Appeals will have one public hearing during its meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday in City Hall, 500 Central Ave.

Jon D. and Sandra l. Naylor have asked for a variance from development standards so they can build a drive road with 40 feet of road frontage instead of the 150 feet of frontage normally required. The property is at 192 S. County Road 850 W, Glenwood.

The meeting of the Fayette County Area Planning Commission which would normally be at 7 p.m. has been cancelled.

Technology can help find surgical risks

RICHMOND — The July Medical Monday features a physician who will share about using technology to identify risk of complications.

Annuradha Bhandari, M.D., internal medicine physician, will share how the Perioperative Clinic uses technology and the latest medical research to help determine patients’ risk factors before surgery.

Dr. Bhandari notes that Reid Health is among a few systems in the nation that have specialized clinics to evaluate patients before surgery, helping reduce the risk of complications for the patient.

Medical Monday is a free presentation and will begin at 1 p.m. Monday at Central United Methodist Church, 1425 E. Main St., Richmond. To attend, please RSVP Sharrie Harlin at 765-983-3000, ext. 4676.

Networking event Friday at hotel

The Woodridge Inn, 3700 Western Ave., will host Chamber Network Night at 5 p.m. Friday.

A function of the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce, it’s a mixer where people can mix and mingle, featuring light appetizers and a tour of the host business. It’s free for Chamber members and their guests.

Union County 4-H Fair starts July 21

LIBERTY — The Union County 4-H Fair is planned for July 21-26, with a full schedule of events including livestock shows, musical entertainment, dunking booth, farm equipment, amusements with kiddie rides, games, bouncy houses, and food and drink.

For information, contact J.T. Benitez, Union County Extension director/educator, 765-458-5055.

Military museum closing its doors after more than 25 years

ANDERSON (AP) — A central Indiana military museum is closing its doors following the recent tax auction sale of its home of more than 25 years.

McClain’s Historical Military Armor Museum faces an August deadline to vacate the property in Anderson, where its collection of tanks, aircraft and other items has been displayed since 1990.

The Herald Bulletin reports that museum founder Joe McClain is fighting the back taxes claim, and argues that the museum has been a nonprofit organization since its founding.

Much of the museum’s property has been sent to other museums, but some items, including military cargo trucks and trailers, were scheduled to be sold at auction Saturday.

Museum manager John Krieg says the museum’s closure will be a blow to the city that’s about 30 miles northeast of Indianapolis.