The Culver Town Council members approved six applications for the 50/50 sidewalk program.Continue reading
Culver Clerk-Treasurer Karen Heim is now accepting applications for the town’s 50/50 sidewalk replacement program.Continue reading
During the arctic blast experienced at the end of January, Culver Town Manager Jonathan Leist alerted the Town Council members last week that two utility customers were charged for water meters that broke after they were frozen. Leist said the meters were not well insulated at the time.Continue reading
The City Tavern building in Culver will be demolished as ordered by Marshall County Circuit Court Judge Curtis Palmer.Continue reading
The Culver Town Council members will meet tonight where they will consider the second and third readings of an ordinance that would rezone certain property within the jurisdiction of the town and its two-mile jurisdiction.
The Culver Town Council members continued a discussion on rental fees for the Damore Amphitheater and the Culver Beach Lodge.
The Town of Culver is a recipient of grant money from the Indiana Department of Transportation’s Community Crossings grant match program.
The Culver Town Council members approved a contract with The Troyer Group to continue with an upcoming sidewalk project.
The Culver Town Council members considered the third reading of an ordinance that would move the town council and clerk-treasurer selection to the May Primary Election. From there, the candidates would move to the November General Election ballot.
The Culver Town Council members approved the 2019 budget during their meeting last week.
The projects within the Town of Culver’s Stellar Communities Designation program will begin next year.
The Culver Town Council members opened a public hearing Tuesday night in order to field any questions or comments on the proposed 2019 budget.
The Culver Town Council members will enter into budget work sessions next week.
Six applications for the 50/50 sidewalk program made the list in Culver, but funding hit a snag upon final approval.
The Culver Town Council members will be looking into the salary ordinance for 2019 concerning salaries for council members.
The Marshall County Council on Aging is stepping up efforts to gather funds for transportation services for the county’s veterans, disabled, and older population.
Jackie Wright from the Marshall County Council on Aging explained to the Culver Town Council members Tuesday night that the organization wants to meet the growing needs of the public and more funding can help expand routes and possibly add another route to service community members. She said that they had over 600 denials last year as not all requests could be handled due to availability.
The Culver Town Council members discussed grant funds that were appropriated during the year at their meeting this week.
Clerk-Treasurer Karen Heim commented that the town was fortunate to receive several grants in 2017 that weren’t recognized in the budget. She recommended that the list be available to inform the public of all funds awarded and spent, and on the record for the Department of Local Government Finance.
The Culver Town Council members took action Tuesday night to make sure budget funds will be balanced at the end of the year.
A resolution to transfer funds within departments and department funds was unanimously approved.
An ordinance to encumber funds for 2017 was also considered. A lot of the money to be encumbered is for paving.
The Culver Town Council members approved the second reading of the proposed traffic ordinance when they met Tuesday night.
The traffic ordinance designates a congested motor vehicle traffic and pedestrian area on Lakeshore Drive and signage will be placed between 508 Lakeshore east to 824 Lakeshore Drive. The ordinance also creates a no parking zone for 50 feet from the intersection on both sides of the street on Batabano and South Plymouth Street.
The Culver Town Council members took action this week to discuss several ordinances that were up for consideration.
An ordinance allowing additional appropriation requests to be carried out was adopted. It authorizes the expenditure of $17,500 toward the Stellar efforts. Clerk-Treasurer Karen Heim previously explained that they couldn’t foresee expenses related to the efforts because it was unknown if the town would achieve the designation. These additional funds that are available in the budget are needed to fulfill needs.