The Culver Town Council members discussed the procedures and employee pay during the last part of January when town officials made the decision to close Town Hall due to extreme temperatures.Continue reading
Residents of Pulaski County and the Town of Culver who may find themselves without heat may take advantage of area warming centers. In Pulaski County, the Emergency Management Agency office at 108 North Franklin in Winamac and the Francesville Fire Station are set to be used as warming centers if needed, according to EMA Director Sheri Gaillard. Pulaski County residents who need to use a warming center are asked to call the Sheriff’s Department at 574-946-6655.Continue reading
Culver Town Council members are expected to revisit an amended ordinance regulating the use of golf carts and animal-drawn vehicles when they meet at 6:30 p.m. tonight.
In addition to considering the attorney’s contract and a contract with the Visitor’s Center, members are anticipated to take a look at amending an easement agreement with Culver Academies, related the trail project. Continue reading
The Culver Town Council members will meet tonight where they will consider the second and third readings of an ordinance that would rezone certain property within the jurisdiction of the town and its two-mile jurisdiction.
Any illegally placed campaign signs in the Town of Culver will be removed if there are complaints received.
The Culver Town Council will meet tonight where they will get an update on the mold remediation issue at the Culver-Union Township Public Library. Library officials previously released information that mold growth was found in several areas of the basement including the computer lab, large meeting room and foyer area. That area was closed to the public in order to diffuse the mold issue. Eradication efforts took place immediately upon notification.
The Culver-Union Township Fire Department is getting closer to their goal of raising enough money to purchase an aerial fire truck.
The Culver Town Council members will hold a public hearing tonight on the proposed ordinance that would move the Culver Town Council candidate selection to the May Primary Election.
The members of the Culver-Union Township Fire Department will host an open house this Friday, Oct. 5 from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. ET at the fire station (508 E. Lakeshore Drive) as a prelude to Fire Prevention Week Oct. 7 and a fundraising event for an aerial platform truck.
The Culver Town Council members will meet tonight where they will discuss an ordinance to determine the process of nominating candidates for town office.
Culver residents will soon have the chance to weigh in on how candidates are nominated for elected town offices. The town council Tuesday continued discussing the possibility of letting voters choose candidates for council seats and the clerk-treasurer’s position during the May primary, according to Clerk-Treasurer Karen Heim. Under the current system, parties choose their candidates during a town convention.
The Culver Town Council members will weigh in on the possibility of being a part of the Primary Election instead of being chosen by town convention.
The Culver Town Council members will meet tonight.
Culver Redevelopment Commission President Rich West told the Culver Town Council members this week that the CRC meeting on Monday, Aug. 20 will feature representatives from Marshall County Fiber and Rochester Telephone to respond to survey results.
The Culver Town Council members will meet tonight at 6:30 p.m. ET where they will gather information about an Eagle Scout project in the Culver-Union Township Park. They will also consider a Fall Fest special event request and get an update on projects within the town’s Stellar Communities Designation Program.
The Culver Town Council will consider a Planned Unit Development agreement when they meet tonight.
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.
Culver Town Council members considered purchasing new monitoring systems for the town’s two largest lift stations when they met last week.
Town Manager Jonathan Leist presented two quotes from Peerless Midwest. Continue reading
Special summer hours have been established for Culver Town Hall and town officials will be trying out a new summer hour schedule as well.
During the summer season, Culver Town Hall will be open to the public from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. At last week’s Culver Town Council meeting, a new employee schedule was proposed.
President Ginny Bess Munroe said she collaborated with Clerk-Treasurer Karen Heim and Town Manager Jonathan Leist about a “morale-boosting” schedule that will give employees a chance to enjoy their summer. Continue reading
Culver Clerk-Treasurer Karen Heim sent out a notification to alert residents that crews will be conducting hydrant flushing this week.
She mentioned that during the process, water may appear to have a “rusty” color, however, it is still safe to drink. Heim stated that this is a necessary procedure conducted biannually that removes rust from the town’s water distribution system. Continue reading