The Town of Culver is looking for residents to fill several board and commission seats that will be up for appointment in 2019.
The Culver Town Council reviewed an ordinance Tuesday night that would rezone a parcel between 18600 State Road 10 and 18550 State Road 10 from Residential-1 to Commercial-2.
Any illegally placed campaign signs in the Town of Culver will be removed if there are complaints received.
The Culver Town Council members were presented with a resolution last week that looks at streets and make sure they are safe, convenient, accessible, and attractive for all users.
Work on Culver Community Middle/High School’s secure entrance is moving along. As part of the project, a new main entrance is being built where the library was, while other areas are being reconfigured.
The Culver Town Council members will open a public hearing tonight on proposed changes to the L1 District side yard setback requirements, residential and commercial fence permits and boatsheds.
The Culver Town Council members will hold a public hearing on Tuesday evening that pertains to the rezoning of parcels at 17664 State Road 17 and 19456 State Road 10 to a Planned Unit Development.
The Culver Technical Review Committee met with Developer Thomas Beste on Friday to go over his plan for the proposed Planned Unit Development at the site on State Road 17 and State Road 10.
According to Town Manager Jonathan Leist, Beste amended his original plan in order to address a recommendation that Plan Commission members made when he initially submitted his application Continue reading
The Culver Town Council reorganized for the year when they met Tuesday night. They were unable to do this action during their first meeting of the year as President Ginny Bess Munroe was unable to attend that meeting.
Munroe was elected to serve another year as the council president and the council members voted to retain Sally Ricciardi as the vice president.
The Culver Town Council is looking for volunteers to serve on several boards and commissions that have seats available for service in 2018.
The Culver Redevelopment Commission has five seats on the board and those members are appointed annually. Three candidates are chosen by the town council and two by the town council president. The Culver Redevelopment Commission meets every third Monday of the month. The applicant must be a Culver resident. Continue reading
The Culver Town Council members passed an amended zoning ordinance on second and third reading during their regular business meeting Tuesday night.
At the last meeting, the council members voted to exclude the L1 District zoning changes from the other changes proposed within the recommended zoning ordinance amendment after it drew several opposing comments from L1 District residents. The omitted section addresses changes to the height and visibility requirements for fences in the L1 District, also changes in the side yard setback area in the L1 District. That portion of the original ordinance will be discussed by Culver Plan Commission members and a few volunteers from the L1 District residents.
The Culver Town Council this week adopted an ordinance that rezones two parcels.
The ordinance proposes the rezoning of 1213 Hoosier Lane and 1201 West Shore Drive from Residential (R-1) to Lake District (L-1). This action would combine two lots into one lot and grant lake access.
The Town of Culver is looking for members for various committees, and may consider offering money as an incentive. During last week’s town council meeting, Town Manager Jonathan Leist proposed a $20-per-meeting stipend for members of the plan commission and board of zoning appeals. Continue reading
Downtown parking was under discussion during the Culver Town Council meeting Tuesday. Continue reading
The members of the Culver Redevelopment Commission went before the Culver Plan Commission Tuesday night to present the approved addition of three parcels to the TIF District.
Redevelopment Commission President Kathy Clark said the plan commission members found that the proposal meets the specifications of the town’s comprehensive plan and now it will go before the Culver Town Council for approval.
The Marshall County Commissioners held a public hearing Monday morning for a proposed ordinance revising the two-mile zone for Culver.
According to the unofficial minutes of the meeting, the ordinance eliminates parcels bisected by the current zoning configuration.