Culver Town Manager Jonathan Leist updated the town council members last week on the latest activity concerning the donated property at 530 S. Ohio Street.Continue reading
The Culver Town Council members opened up a public hearing Tuesday night to take comments on a proposed annexation ordinance that would include 1.26 acres of land north of State Road 10 just north of where the Family Dollar store is located.Continue reading
Any illegally placed campaign signs in the Town of Culver will be removed if there are complaints received.
The Culver Town Council members discussed the town manager’s contract last week.
The Culver Town Council members reviewed an ordinance Tuesday night that would determine the process of nominating candidates for town office.
The Culver Town Council members will meet tonight where they will discuss an ordinance to determine the process of nominating candidates for town office.
Several residents addressed the Culver Town Council members last week about the state of the abandoned City Tavern building at 415 E. Lake Shore Drive in Culver.
A Culver resident appealed to the Culver Town Council last week asking that the fire whistle be silent for fire calls overnight.
An old ambulance no longer needed by the Culver-Union Township EMS Department has now sold.
The Culver Town Council members approved two resolutions this week in order for the town to successfully submit applications for two Stellar Community Designation Program projects.
The utility improvement project at the Sand Hill Farm workforce housing development in Culver needs some signatures on contracts as the project moves along.
The amended traffic ordinance that the Culver Town Council members apparently approved in January needs to go through the process all over again.
The Culver Town Council members acknowledged Culver’s inclusion in Marshall County’s designation in a disaster declaration for flooding. Any residents experiencing flood damage are encouraged to call 2-1-1 or the Marshall County Emergency Management Agency at 574-936-3740. All damage is to be reported for a better chance of receiving federal assistance for repairs and recovery.
The Culver Town Council members will take a closer look at amendments to the 2018 salary ordinance.
A proposed change was made in the EMS and park departments. The EMS Vice Director would be amended to be a full-time ALS-EM2 position with an hourly range $11.75-$17.50.
Engineering plans are being finalized for work on the Sand Hill Farms workforce housing development project in Culver.
According to Culver Town Manager Jonathan Leist, Mark Sullivan and Utility Superintendent Bob Porter have been working on the plans and the project should be bid out in February.
The Culver Town Council members will meet in regular session tonight where they will hear a presentation from students on park improvements.
The Culver Town Council opened a public hearing Tuesday night for comments concerning several zoning ordinance changes recommended by the plan commission.
The Lake District, or L1, zoning amendments drew a crowd of residents in that district who spoke out against changes to front and rear yards and side yard setbacks.
The Culver Town Council will again discuss the proposal for the Culver Movie Theater to include as a town project in the Stellar Communities Designation Program.
The Culver Redevelopment Commission met on Monday, July 17 to consider a proposal from SRKM Architects, but ultimately rejected the project by a 3-2 vote.
The Culver Town Council will meet tonight. Town Manager Jonathan Leist will present his report which will include an update on the Stellar Communities Designation Program grant.
Council President Ginny Bess Munroe appeared before the Marshall County Commissioners last week where the county governing body agreed to support the town’s quest in becoming a stellar community. Munroe said the Town of Culver was looking to show a united front with the county to include in their finalist packet due by Aug. 25.