A new workforce housing development in Culver will get underway today as officials break ground for The Paddocks off of West Jefferson Street.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
Culver Town Council members made a decision related to utility department employees and unused vacation days when they met at the end of December.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
Over the next three months, community members can look forward to ‘Snow Days’ in the Town of Culver.
Culver Park Superintendent Amber Cowell discussed this collaborative effort with the Farmers’ Market and the Culver and Lake Maxinkuckee Visitor Center when town council members met last Thursday.Continue reading
An extended process to revise building permit fees in the Town of Culver has been completed.
During Tuesday night’s Culver Town Council meeting, an ordinance was revisited on second reading that would update fees charged for new construction and renovation projects to an increased level.
The Town of Culver touched based Tuesday night on their plans to develop entry-level housing in the community.
For about one year, the Town has been working through committee to survey the needs of major employers and set goals for attracting young and skilled workers. Identifying property for development has also been part of those efforts.
The Culver Town Council will be discussing a few goals they have for 2016 at a work session meeting tonight, but they also plan to get a bit more specific on a project they’ve been working on for several months.
The Town of Culver may consider snow removal from the sidewalks of some commercial businesses in the near future.
Business representatives asked the Town to consider implementing the service after it was noticed that the downtown merchants often scoop their sidewalks at different points in the day. The inconsistent snow can obstruct pedestrian traffic.
A revised plan to issue permit fees has received an initial nod from the Culver Town Council.
A public hearing was held on the plan – which was recommended from the Town’s Plan Commission. Culver is taking the steps to deal with increasing costs from Marshall County to compensate for the use of their building inspector.
The Culver Town Council has approved updated rules to regulate the use of golf carts within the community.
Last night’s meeting was the first for new board members Tammy Shaffer and Joel Samuelson. The two were faced with an immediate decision to raise fees to register the vehicles for use within the town.
The Culver Town Council will be sitting new board members at their meeting this evening, and they may already have a say in raising fees.
The search for a new Park Director hasn’t slowed down efforts to rehabilitate the park lodge in Culver.
Right now, applications are being accepted for the position – which was vacated at the end of 2015 by Marc Hayden. He unexpectedly accepted a position as an aquatics instructor with a school corporation in St. Joseph County.
The Town of Culver has bumped the pay for a few of its employees in 2016, others may have to wait until 2017 to see their pay increased.
The Culver-Union Township Public Library is now home to a medical device that may one day save a life.
Members of the library’s fundraising arm, Friends of the Library, have been accepting donations to purchase an Automated External Defibrillator. The equipment is used as a means to restart a proper heart rhythm during cardiac arrest.
Tuesday night marked the final meeting of their term for two members of the Culver Town Council.
Ed Pinder will retire from the Council after serving 16 years in the seat. Another member, Jean Rakich, served a shorter one-year term, but was equally thankful for the experience.
An ordinance that specifies the use of golf carts within Culver’s Town Limits ran into a few problems, Tuesday night.
The matter was approved on first reading earlier this month. Golf carts are a common method of transportation during the warmer months in the lake community. The Town already has an ordinance in place regulating their use, but Town Administration has proposed changes to the way they’re used in Town and the fees associated with the proper permits.
The Town of Culver has set salaries for its employees heading into the new year.
Prior to finalizing those pay levels, Culver first has to approve them in the form of a salary ordinance. It’s an annual measure that is expected to be well documented by the state of Indiana.
Culver will take another crack at changing the way it imposes permit fees on local construction and renovation projects.
Culver Town Manager Jonathan Leist says the Town’s Plan Commission has scheduled a public hearing for a new proposal on December 15th.