The Medaryville Town Council members denied a claim this month, saying it’s not theirs to pay.
The Francesville Town Council adopted the town’s 2019 budget earlier this month.
The Medaryville Town Council members will be reviewing the unsafe building ordinance to include possible amendments.
According to Clerk-Treasurer Judy Harwood, the council members are interested in having their own building inspector. Continue reading
The Francesville Town Council is looking to amend its golf cart ordinance.
All candidates running in the November General Election are required to have campaign finance reports into the clerk’s office today by noon, local time.
Starke County Court Services representatives will host a Fall-o-Ween Family Fun Fest event today for those participating in home detention supervision. Activities, food and prizes will be given to participants and their family members during the festivities at Wythogan Park in Knox.
Winamac McDonald’s Owner Bill Boldt is partnering with the Winamac High School on Friday, Oct. 19 to award the inaugural Make Activities Count grant. The event is in conjunction with the Grand Re-Opening and ribbon cutting celebration at the McDonald’s restaurant in Winamac which will now feature in-restaurant technology.
The Culver-Union Township Fire Department is getting closer to their goal of raising enough money to purchase an aerial fire truck.
The Starke County Council members discussed an additional appropriation resolution Monday night.
The Culver Town Council members got an update last week on where the Culver Beach Lodge and Cavalier Sports Park projects are in terms of pre-construction.
The Culver Town Council members discussed the town manager’s contract last week.
In a brief meeting held Monday night, the Starke County Council members approved the budgets for Starke County, Starke County Airport, North Judson-San Pierre School Corporation, Solid Waste, and the Koontz Lake Conservancy District.
The Culver Town Council members approved the 2019 budget during their meeting last week.
The Starke County Council members are expected to adopt the 2019 budget when they meet tonight.
The Oregon-Davis School Board members reviewed several worksheets on several aspects of the 2019 budget in a work session Thursday night.
A home in Culver is scheduled for demolition.
Culver Community School Superintendent Karen Shuman informed the Culver Town Council members that information on the school’s referendum question on the November General Election is available online.
The sentencing hearing for Edward Blackburn will be rescheduled.
The Culver Town Council members decided to hold a work session in November to go over the possible rate increases for the EMS Department.
Steps are being taken to eradicate the mold problem in the basement of the Culver-Union Township Public Library.