The Francesville-Salem Township Public Library can proceed with some building improvements, following action by the Pulaski County Council. Council members recently agreed to let the library issue up to $700,000 in bonds.Continue reading
The Culver Town Council members opened bids for the Cavalier Sports Park project Tuesday night.Continue reading
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
The Culver Town Council members approved the lowest bid received for the proposed Damore Amphitheater project in the Culver Town Park.
The lowest bid was from Easterday Construction in the amount of $131,450. Town Attorney Jim Clevenger will review the construction contract before Council President Ginny Bess Munroe signs the document.
Culver town officials, county representatives, Housing Developer Kevin Berger, and other dignitaries helped break ground on the Sand Hill Farm workforce housing development in Culver Wednesday afternoon.
The housing development includes 24 apartments that will feature affordable one, two and three bedroom units at 540 W. Jefferson Street with hopes of the project complete in 2018. Elkay, one of Culver’s largest employers, will provide the cabinetry for the units in an extensive project partnership. Continue reading
An open house for the new Culver Garden Court apartments was held yesterday.
The apartments are for seniors aged 62 and older and for the developmentally disabled. It was built with a $1.3 million dollar HUD Grant, and is located at 801 South Main Street in Culver.
Board of Directors President Ronald Liechty talked about the history of Garden Court apartments.