Marshall County communities continue tweaking the way they deal with unsafe buildings. A proposed ordinance update is expected to be presented to the Culver Town Council next week.Continue reading
A Hawk Lake homeowner says sewage issues have left her property uninhabitable, but finding a cost-effective solution may take a few years. Val Cultice told the Culver Town Council last week that she and her sister inherited a property in the area, but it’s been over three years since they’ve been able to use it.Continue reading
Two pieces of equipment from the Marshall County Highway Department will be added to the fleet at the Starke County Highway Department.
Marshall County Attorney Jim Clevenger told the commissioners this week that the paperwork for the Metronet project is complete.
There were some endorsements and fees that were added to the paperwork that couldn’t be avoided. The conduit installation is nearly finished.
The bonds for the jail project were closed on Wednesday, Oct. 15. The lease amendment was recorded and sent to the state.
Marshall County Attorney Jim Clevenger told the commissioners Monday morning that they will need to address the Marshall County Plan Commission’s recommendations for amendments to the Wind Energy Conversion System ordinance.
During their last meeting, the commissioners unanimously agreed to draft a resolution to present to the plan commission that would prohibit the establishment of a commercial wind energy farm in Marshall County. Clevenger said the proposed amendments must be approved or rejected after a public hearing. The commissioners have a public hearing scheduled for May 6 at 9:00 a.m. in the commissioners room in the County Annex Building.