Starke County Highway Superintendent Rik Ritzler presented a potential list of projects for the next call for projects in the Indiana Department of Transportation’s Community Crossings Matching Grant program.Continue reading
The Culver Town Council members approved the streets to be included in the latest round of Community Crossings matching grant projects.Continue reading
Residents on State Street in Culver were sent a letter to gather opinions on how they would like the town to proceed with road repairs.Continue reading
A combined $99.2 million in funds was awarded to 229 Indiana cities, towns, and counties in this week’s Community Crossings grant award announcement.Continue reading
Culver Town Manager Jonathan Leist submitted a list of projects that could benefit from the state’s Community Crossings Matching Grant program.Continue reading
The Town of Culver is looking to apply for the next round of the Community Crossings matching grant program.Continue reading
Projects awarded funds in the recent Community Crossings matching grant round in the Town of Culver will begin on Monday, July 8.Continue reading
The Community Crossings projects in the City of Knox are complete, according to Street Superintendent Jeff Borg. He told the Knox Board of Works members Wednesday morning that the mill and fill and asphalt overlay projects are done.Continue reading
Several road paving projects are scheduled for this summer in Starke County.Continue reading
The Starke County Council members approved the appropriation of CEDIT funds for highway infrastructure improvements.Continue reading
Plans for Hamlet’s Railroad Street project appear to be back on track. The town council Wednesday directed Engineer Lee Nagai to seek updated bids for the work, as part of a planned Community Crossings project. Council members decided to remove sidewalk improvements from the project scope, but keep in a possible storm drain extension as a potential option.Continue reading
The Town of Culver is a recipient of grant money from the Indiana Department of Transportation’s Community Crossings grant match program.
Hamlet officials are starting to revise their plans for Railroad Street upgrades. The town council previously decided to wait until January to apply for a Community Crossings matching grant, amid concerns about how to fairly reduce the scope of the project once the initial bids were opened.
A few local municipalities will be receiving funding assistance to complete some needed roadwork thanks to the Community Crossings Matching Grant Program. The City of Knox received $346,138.07, the Town of Francesville received $131,854.29 and North Judson will be getting $93,010.50.
Starke County also applied for Community Crossings funds and received a total of $454,002. Continue reading
More streetlights may soon be coming to Starke Street in Hamlet. Two years ago, the town installed decorative streetlights on the east side of the street, across from the town hall, as the first part of a four-phase project. But the town council has held off on doing additional phases to focus on other projects, such as the recent Community Crossings project farther north on Starke Street.
Starke County Highway Superintendent Rik Ritzler told the commissioners this week that he submitted four projects for consideration for the fall Community Crossings grant round.
Building a sidewalk to a gas station is proving to be a good investment for the Town of Hamlet, despite some initial skepticism from local residents. That’s according to Town Council President Dave Kesvormas.
Knox Street Superintendent Jeff Borg told the Knox Board of Works members on Wednesday morning that applications have been submitted to INDOT for consideration for the 2018 fall Community Crossings call for projects.
After two rounds of bidding, the Hamlet Town Council has decided not to pursue grant funding for Railroad Street improvements at this time. Council members voted Wednesday to reject all three paving bids and table a Community Crossings application until the January call for projects.
The Town of Culver submitted an application for INDOT’s Community Crossings grant program.