Knox Mayor Dennis Estok recently highlighted an opportunity for community members interested in making home improvements to learn more about the Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Grant program.
During his report at Tuesday night’s city council meeting,
Mayor Estok said an informational meeting about the grant program will be held
at the Nancy J. Dembowski
Community Center next
week on Tuesday, April 16th at 6 p.m.
Eastern Pulaski Superintendent Dan Foster and school board members expressed gratitude to the Oregon-Davis School Corporation Monday night for a donation they provided in memory of Middle School student Owen Abbott.
Today’s temperatures are expected to be in the 70s before a cold front moves in later this evening, bringing a marginal chance for thunderstorms.
The City of Knox will be hosting their annual ‘Dumpster
Days’ next month.
At Tuesday’s city council meeting, Mayor Dennis Estok noted that said this is a good chance for citizens to clean up their yards and homes to get rid of anything that is too large to be picked up on normal trash days.
Eastern Pulaski School Board members considered instructors and course offerings for summer school when they met Monday night.
In accordance with Indiana Code (IC 20-26-11-32), Eastern Pulaski School Board members took some action related to transfer student policies when they met Monday night.
Knox City Council members considered a recommendation to rezone a portion of city property from a General Commercial (C-2) Zone to a Heavy Industrial (M-2) Zone during their meeting Tuesday evening.
A stray cat problem on Sycamore Street was
brought to the attention of North Judson Town Council members when they met
The new Winamac High School Principal was introduced at Monday night’s Eastern Pulaski School Board meeting.
North Judson Town Marshal Kelly Fisher will no longer have to carry around two devices.
When Knox City Council members meet tonight, they will be asked to consider a recommendation to rezone an area within the city limits from a General Commercial (C-2) to a Heavy Industrial (M-2) zone.
Members of the North Judson-Wayne Township Volunteer Fire Department recently participated in a collaborative training session to prepare for agriculture season.
Fire Chief Joe Leszek highlighted the opportunity when town
council members met last Monday.
Proposed changes to the 2019-2020 Student
Handbooks will come before the Eastern Pulaski Community School Board for
consideration when they meet tonight.
Tonight’s spotlight on success will focus
on the Eastern Pulaski Elementary School and school board members also will be
asked to consider approving an out of state field trip as well as a few
different donations. Dates and capacity for transfer students in the 2019-2020
school year will be considered and members will discuss summer school courses
Tonight’s meeting will be held at 5:30 p.m.
ET in the schools’ Conference/Meeting Center.
As they do every year, the Indiana Sheriff’s Association (ISA) will soon be offering an opportunity to seventh and eighth-grade students who are interested in pursuing a future career in law enforcement.
This summer marks the 40th year the ISA will be hosting their annual Youth Leadership Camp.
The possibility of bringing “Food Truck Fridays” to Norwayne Field this summer was discussed with North Judson Town Council members this week.
Park Board President Nick Radke told council members Monday
night that he was recently approached by a group of food vendors who inquired
about coming into town.
If you are a resident or business owner in Knox who has been looking to spruce up the sidewalk adjacent to your property you have a chance to receive some financial assistance to do so through the City’s 2019 Sidewalk Replacement Program.
Contract bids for the North Judson Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Wastewater project will be accepted until Monday, May 6th.
All of the properties that came before the Knox Board of Work for review in public hearings last Wednesday were found to be non-compliant.
Knox Street Superintendent Jeff Borg informed Board of Works members last Wednesday that crews are currently preparing the city’s roadways for some upcoming Community Crossings work.
Borg explained, “The process
is consisting of measuring and ordering manhole riser rings, edging the streets
and then getting them ready for the asphalt.”
TJ’s Lawn Care will continue handling the mowing duties for Pioneer and Highland Cemeteries following a decision made by North Judson Town Council members Monday night.