The Hamlet Town Council is moving ahead with updates to the town’s zoning map. The idea was first raised during this month’s zoning board meeting, when town officials noticed that the 2005 zoning map didn’t reflect the way much of the land is actually being used, with several homes being zoned for local business. The map also leaves off the storage facility north of U.S. 30 that has been annexed into the town.Continue reading
Hamlet residents are invited to get an update on the town’s comprehensive planning process this Thursday.
Back in May, residents had the chance to share what they liked about the town and what they thought was missing.Continue reading
The Town of North Judson may see some park upgrades and downtown beautification projects, if the Constellation of Starke region is designated a Stellar Community. Clerk-Treasurer Andrew Rowe says he gave an update on the group’s efforts during Monday’s town council meeting.Continue reading
A lack of quality housing options and major employment opportunities are a couple of challenges residents think are facing the Town of Hamlet. More than 20 residents discussed what they like about the town and what they think is missing, during an input session Tuesday, as part of Hamlet’s comprehensive planning process.Continue reading
Hamlet residents will have the chance to help decide the town’s future Tuesday. A public input session is being held as part of the town’s comprehensive planning process.Continue reading
Grand Central Station in North Judson was bustling Tuesday evening as members of the community gathered to contribute to the Town’s comprehensive plan.Continue reading
As an updated comprehensive plan is being created for the Town of North Judson for the first time since the 1950s, officials are interested in hearing from the public about how they envision the future.
Community members will have a chance to have their voices heard during a public input workshop tonight at 6 p.m.Continue reading
Hamlet’s comprehensive planning process is getting underway. On Wednesday, town officials met with representatives from HWC Engineering to discuss the process, according to Town Council Member Brian Earnest.Continue reading
North Judson Clerk-Treasurer Andrew Rowe recently informed town council members that HWC reps are looking to get together to discuss a strategy for the comprehensive plan process.Continue reading
Hamlet officials are asking for the public’s help to qualify for a $40,000 planning grant. The town is working with HWC Engineering to put together a comprehensive plan. Up to 90 percent of the $44,000 cost could be covered by grant funding.Continue reading