The North Judson Town Council will get updates on a few ongoing projects tonight. Proposed improvements to Highland Cemetery will be up for discussion, including tree removal and the possibility of adding a columbarium for cremated remains.Continue reading
North Judson’s wastewater project continues to move along. Sarah Prizio with Commonwealth Engineers told the town council last week that crews had finished installing the storm sewer along Railroad and Franklin streets, while work on the portion on Main Street was wrapping up.Continue reading
North Judson’s wastewater project is expanding slightly. The town council approved a pair of change orders last week.Continue reading
The North Judson Town Council continues making arrangements to repave Franklin and Main streets, once sewer work wraps up there. Council members voted Monday to apply for a Community Crossings grant. It would cover 75 percent of the $196,000 estimated cost.Continue reading
North Judson Town Council members were introduced to another point of contact from Commonwealth Engineers when members met last Monday.Continue reading
The North Judson Town Council approved an amendment to their Owner-Engineer Agreement with CommonWealth Engineers when members met last week.Continue reading
When the North Judson Town Council met last Monday, members were informed that Division A of the Water Project, the well installation, is almost ready to be closed out.Continue reading
Water tower upgrades continue in North Judson. Clerk-Treasurer Andrew Rowe says the focus is now shifting to the downtown water tower.Continue reading
When the North Judson Town Council met last Monday, CommonWealth Engineer Intern Sarah Prizio shared that there was recently a change to who is representing their firm on site.Continue reading
Updates over the Town of North Judson’s water and wastewater projects were provided at Monday night’s council meeting.Continue reading
North Judson Town Council members were given an update about their water and wastewater projects when they met Monday night.Continue reading
A resolution related to funding for the North Judson Wastewater/Combined Sewer Overflow project was passed when members met during their first meeting of the month.Continue reading
North Judson Town Council members will appoint the Interim Town Superintendent during their meeting tonight.Continue reading
Contractors from Peerless Midwest attempted to get an unauthorized head start on the installation of the new well in the Town of North Judson and council members dealt with some concerns about the issue Monday night. Continue reading
North Judson Town Council members considered a couple of ordinances Monday night related to the future water and wastewater projects.
Since the Town won’t be issued bond funds until the start of next year, officials have to establish a way to pay for preliminary project costs in the meantime. Continue reading
North Judson Town Council members approved an amended version of the owner-engineer agreement with CommonWealth Engineers when they met Monday night.
Project Engineer Rob Bellucci spoke on behalf of the firm. He alerted members that since the base agreement only covered the services provided for the environmental report, an amendment had to be made in order for the agreement to encompass other aspects of the projects. Continue reading
The North Judson Town Council members will hold the second reading over an ordinance to vacate a 16-foot alley between Dahlke and Lyle Streets when they meet tonight at 6:30 p.m.
The ordinance deals with a request that was initially submitted and considered by the Town Council and Plan Commission back in the 1980s. Continue reading
The North Judson Town Council members will be considering reimbursement resolutions for water and sewer bonds when they meet at 6:30 p.m. tonight.
Members are also expected to go over service contracts with CommonWealth Engineers, the firm working with the town on the water and wastewater projects. Continue reading
An amended Owner-Engineer Agreement was presented at Monday night’s North Judson Town Council meeting.
CommonWealth Engineers Vice President of Business Development Vince Sommers gave members a few updates over the town’s Water Treatment Plant and Combined Sewage Overflow (CSO) Improvement projects. He also submitted an amended owner-engineer agreement for their consideration. Continue reading
The Medaryville Town Council continues planning for a new water tower. Last week, representatives from Commonwealth Engineers reviewed the different types of water towers with council members, and made some recommendations for replacing the town’s current one, according to Clerk-Treasurer Judy Harwood.