Knox Mayor Dennis Estok discussed plans for the annual Fall Bash when the City Council met last Tuesday.Continue reading
The possibility of potentially implementing an ordinance that would prohibit smoking near City facilities was recently discussed with Knox City Council members.Continue reading
The Knox School Board now has a representative on the city’s redevelopment commission. The school board voted Monday to appoint the board’s vice-president, Wendy McIntire, to the position for 2020.Continue reading
Knox City officials are about to take a major step forward for the planned improvements at Sandy Acres Park.
Mayor Dennis Estok recently informed council members that the Department of Natural Resources has received the grant funding for the project so City officials have been able to get the process started.Continue reading
The Knox City Council has a newly elected president pro-tempore for 2020.
As a reminder, the “president pro tempore” simply serves as the representative for the council members and is the individual who would run the meeting if Mayor Dennis Estok isn’t in attendance.Continue reading
The Knox City Council is expected to appoint a president pro-temp for the New Year when members meet tonight.Continue reading
The Knox City Council members honored outgoing Clerk-Treasurer Jeff Houston and City Council member Bertha Blue Thursday night. They opted not to seek re-election in this year’s Municipal Election.Continue reading
After the first of the year, the City of Knox will embark on a collaborative community development project with Ball State University.
Back in October, City officials entered into a contract with the university in order to obtain a revitalization plan that will include designs for a proposed downtown façade program.Continue reading
With the holiday season upon us, the regular meetings of the Knox City Board of Works and the Knox City Council are scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 26.Continue reading
The Knox City Council considered a resolution related to a newly established Tax Increment Financing area for the new cold brew coffee manufacturer expected to build a facility on Division Road.Continue reading
When Knox City Council members met for their first meeting of the month, Clerk-Treasurer Jeff Houston provided them with some information about one bond term that’s almost up and another that’s just about to start.Continue reading
The annual Peppermint Parade event was discussed during this week’s Knox City Council meeting.
Mayor Dennis Estok extended gratitude to everyone who helped out last Saturday.Continue reading
There are openings on the Knox Planning Commission, Board of Zoning Appeals and Redevelopment Commission for next year.Continue reading
A joint workshop between the Knox City Council and Planning Commission was held recently to clear up some confusion about the City’s authority in the two mile jurisdiction.Continue reading
The Knox City Council will review their meeting schedule for 2020 when members meet tonight at 7 p.m.Continue reading
Knox City Council members were recently informed that the City will be switching its health insurance plan and the change is expected to save the City and employees money.Continue reading
The Knox City Council nominated Bill Gustafson to the city’s Economic Development Commission during their meeting Tuesday evening.Continue reading
If you’ve been down to Wythogan Park in Knox, you’ve probably noticed some work being done to the entrance.Continue reading
The Knox City Council recently considered the 2020 Salary Ordinance.Continue reading