Applications are being accepted for Reserve Officers on the Knox City Police Department.Continue reading
Knox City Police Chief Harold Smith asked the Knox Board of Works members last week on the record about the allowance of sidewalk sales by downtown merchants.Continue reading
The Knox Wastewater Treatment Facility improvement project is moving forward.Continue reading
The Community Crossings projects in the City of Knox are complete, according to Street Superintendent Jeff Borg. He told the Knox Board of Works members Wednesday morning that the mill and fill and asphalt overlay projects are done.Continue reading
The Knox Board of Works members were presented with a list of write-offs for uncollectible utility bills.Continue reading
Residents in the City of Knox not complying with codes pertaining to the upkeep of vegetation are receiving ordinance violations.Continue reading
The Knox Board of Works members will meet today where they are expected to discuss uncollectible utility write-offs. They will also review reserve officer guidelines for approval.
Department heads will also update the board members on ongoing projects and other items of interest in the city.
The Knox Board of Works members will meet at 9:30 a.m. today at Knox City Hall.
With a vote of 2-1, Knox Board of Works members voted to stand by an order to demolish that was issued for a dilapidated garage on Bender Street.
Director of Building Code Compliance Kenny Pfost originally issued an order to demolish on Thursday, April 18th.Continue reading
Knox Board of Works members received an update about the order to repair issued at the Starke County Republican Headquarters when members met last week.Continue reading
The Knox Water Department is planning ahead for some future water installs that will be going in around State Road 8 and Williams Street.Continue reading
Knox Board of Works members considered contractors for the city’s 50/50 Sidewalk Replacement program when the met this week.
Bids from the companies Covenant Concrete and Pete Kuchel Concrete were opened Wednesday morning.Continue reading
A bench trial has been set to address unresolved issues related to the blighted property located at 1&3 N Main Street in the City of Knox.Continue reading
Though it may not seem like it with this week’s rainy weather, golf cart season is right around the corner.
The Knox Police Department will host a registration event this weekend to make sure residents will be ready to roll when the time comes.Continue reading
A problematic property located at 1&3 North Main Street was a topic of discussion when Knox Board of Works members met last week.Continue reading
Knox Board of Works members reviewed progress made at a South Portland Street address when members met last Wednesday.
When members met in March, they were informed of a series of compliance issues at Portland Street property. They were given a month to address the issues under the condition that if the property was not clean, a $500 fine would be imposed.Continue reading
Knox Street Superintendent Jeff Borg reminded Board of Works members that his department will be doing another spring leaf pick-up next week. He also shared how the first pick-up went.
He explained, “First week in April was the spring clean leaf collection. The guys vacuumed up 90 yards of leaves which is a fairly large amount.”Continue reading
Knox’s Director of Building and Code Compliance Kenny Pfost recently informed Board of Works members about an order to repair that was issued at 13 N. Main Street.Continue reading
The Knox Board of Works members amended their agenda Wednesday morning to include a bid opening for sludge removal at the Wastewater Treatment Plant.Continue reading
Knox Board of Works members are expected to consider a utility bill adjustment request from a Lake Street resident when they meet today.Continue reading
All of the properties that came before the Knox Board of Work for review in public hearings last Wednesday were found to be non-compliant.Continue reading