The North Judson Town Council is taking steps to upgrade the town’s water infrastructure. Council members voted Monday to proceed with a plan to rehabilitate the two water towers, add a well, and upgrade the existing well pumps, among other improvements.
North Judson officials hope to nail down some plans for water and wastewater upgrades this morning. The town plans to upgrade its combined sewer overflow system to bring it into compliance with Indiana Department of Environmental Management regulations. Upgrades to the wastewater treatment plant and water facilities are also planned.
North Judson’s utility rates will be discussed during a special town council meeting this evening. Accounting firm Umbaugh and Associates has been studying the town’s rates. Representatives are expected to share their findings with the town council tonight at 6:00. Continue reading
The North Judson Town Council is a step closer to making a decision on potential water and wastewater upgrades. Vince Sommers with Commonwealth Engineers discussed a cost-savings analysis with council members last week. Continue reading
The North Judson Town Council continues gathering information about how to pay for potential water and wastewater upgrades. Commonwealth Engineers is suggesting nearly $1.9 million in improvements to the town’s combined sewer overflow system and another $1.5 million for upgrades to the wastewater treatment plant. Water infrastructure upgrades are also planned. Continue reading
The North Judson Town Council is trying to figure out how to pay for some much-needed utility projects, while minimizing the impact on utility rates. Representatives from Commonwealth Engineers and accounting firm Umbaugh and Associates met with the council Monday to discuss the projects and possible funding options. Continue reading
North Judson residents will have the chance to weigh in on a proposed tax increase during tonight’s town council meeting. A public hearing is scheduled on the reestablishment of the town’s cumulative capital development fund. Continue reading
The Town of North Judson is beginning the process of updating plans for the town’s wastewater facilities. Continue reading
After several months of work, the Town of North Judson has had its water tower grant officially approved. That’s according to North Judson Clerk-Treasurer Alicia Collins. Continue reading
The Town of North Judson continues to move ahead with its efforts to get funding to help update some of the plans for the town’s wastewater facilities. Commonwealth Engineers plans to update the long-term control plan for the town’s wastewater treatment plant. Continue reading
Planning efforts continue for the North Judson-Wayne Township community center project. North Judson Clerk-Treasurer Alicia Collins told the town council last week that an appraisal of the proposed site has been completed and a meeting will be held with the hope of finalizing the donation of the land. Continue reading
The Town of North Judson continues to move forward with its efforts to obtain grant funding for its water tower rehabilitation project. Clerk-treasurer Alicia Collins says the grant application has been submitted, and now the town is waiting for official approval. Continue reading
The Town of North Judson continues to move ahead with its water tower rehabilitation project. The Town Council Monday approved a resolution to submit a planning grant application and commit $3,300 for the town’s share of the project cost. Commonwealth Engineers, the firm selected for the project, is proposing a $30,000 budget. Continue reading
The Knox Board of Public Works discussed plans for a storm water system for the new addition to the Knox Elementary School.
Andy Bearman from Commonwealth Engineers said that the addition will create an additional one percent rain-water run-off as a portion of the ground covered with grass will be dug up for the project. That soft area was able to absorb the extra water so it wouldn’t create any water build up anywhere on the property.
The Culver Town Council has received several letters from residents of the town notifying them of water issues, and they plan to attach these letters to a grant application to get these problems fixed. Recently, the review committee met with three different engineers in regards to a grant to conduct a water study. Commonwealth Engineers, DLZ, and GAI Consultants were reviewed, and Commonwealth was approved as the engineer if the water study grant is received.