Plans for the Lake Maxinkuckee Bike and Walking Trail and other Stellar Community projects are moving ahead in the Town of Culver. Town Manager Jonathan Leist told the town council Tuesday that the first quarterly update meetings on the three INDOT-funded projects were held last week. Those include the Lake Maxinkuckee Trail, West Jefferson Gateway, and State Road 10 sidewalks.Continue reading
The dates for two summer-time concerts were confirmed by Culver Town Council members when they met for their final meeting of the year.Continue reading
A proposal from WTH Technology for document scanning services was considered by Culver Town Council members last week.Continue reading
A request for some unique signage to be installed around town came before Culver Town Council members last Thursday.Continue reading
Marshall County will find out tomorrow whether it’s been designated a Regional Stellar Community. The announcement was originally expected today, but Culver Town Council President Ginny Bess Munroe announced last week that it’s been pushed back.
The Culver Town Council gave its final approval to the town’s 2019 salary ordinance Tuesday. It was previously explained that the ordinance includes a 50-cent increase for all hourly employees, as well as an incentive for street, water, or wastewater employees who earn certifications. It also outlines how town employees who serve on the fire department will be compensated for responding to calls during business hours.
The idea of allowing alcoholic beverages in the Culver Beach Lodge during private events drew a mixed reaction during a public input session held by the town council Tuesday. Such a move might make it easier to hold weddings at the new Damore Amphitheater, followed by a reception in the Beach Lodge. The town is looking at putting policies in place that would allow people to rent the amphitheater, including potential fees and guidelines.
The fundraising effort for an aerial fire truck for the Culver-Union Township Fire Department has ended.
One unsafe structure in Culver is scheduled for demolition this week.
The Town of Culver continues working to remove unsafe buildings. A hearing over the former City Tavern building at 415 Lake Shore drive was scheduled for this morning at 9:00 in Marshall Circuit Court.
The Maxinkuckee Yacht Club will be able to continue its kids’ sailing lessons at the Culver Beach, but further contract negotiations are expected in the coming months. The town council last week voted to extend its current agreement with the yacht club through the end of January. For the past four summers, the group has been using the beach to host Saturday morning sailing lessons, along with four-day sailing camps.
The Culver Town Council is moving ahead with this year’s Community Crossings grant application. Town Manager Jonathan Leist told council members Tuesday the town is looking to finish a couple road projects that were originally planned for last year: Lake Shore Drive from Lakeview to Main, including sidewalk repairs, and Clover Street from White to Clymax.
Developer Kevin Berger and the Town of Culver submitted an application to the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority for tax credit funding to support the construction of a Stellar Communities housing project. Continue reading
A project that a Culver student is attempting to complete as an Eagle Scout project is on hold for the time being.
Well B at the Culver Water Plant will be cleaned and repaired after the Culver Town Council approved a quote for that work to start.
Applications for the 2019 Community Crossings grant program through the Indiana Department of transportation are due in August.
The Damore Amphitheater that overlooks Lake Maxinkuckee in Culver will be the focus of the community tonight as the grand opening celebration kicks off at 6:30 p.m. ET in the Culver-Union Township Park.
The Marshall County Highway Department recently completed the paving of a one mile section of the proposed walking and biking trail in the Culver Town Park and along the old railroad bed to Culver Academy.
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