In order to ensure they’re meeting the needs of all town employees, North Judson Town Council members approved some additional disability coverage during a special session Wednesday morning. Continue reading
North Judson Town Council members plan to handle a few different matters during a special end-of-year session being held today. Continue reading
The winners of the Light Up North Judson outdoor holiday decorating contest were announced at Monday night’s town council meeting. Continue reading
North Judson’s billing clerk came before the Town Council last Monday to discuss the possibility of developing an ordinance that would change the way the town bills utilities at rented properties. Continue reading
North Judson Town Council members considered a resolution that would finalize a bank transfer when they met Monday evening. Continue reading
North Judson Town Council continued their discussion over town employee health insurance when they met last Monday.
Councilman John Rowe noted that he did find an error while reviewing the figures where the current plan was said to cost $3,674 per month. He said he thought the Town’s monthly charge was more than that. Clerk-Treasurer Andrew Rowe confirmed that the current plan is actually $4,128 per month.
Councilman Rowe went on to provide his recommendation for the health insurance plan. The plan he chose was alternate three from Anthem. He mentioned that it has a $3,921 monthly charge associated with it. Continue reading
Now that North Judson officials have received a few different splash pad designs from Vortex Aquatic Structures, they’ll be looking into some different companies to ensure they’re making the most financially feasible decision.
When Town Council members met last Monday, Councilman James Young said he’ll be bringing the two new renderings from Vortex to the next meeting. He also encouraged his fellow council members to check into some alternative splash pad providers. Continue reading
North Judson Town Council members were required to make an amendment to the Town’s 2018 water revenue bonds ordinance when they met Monday night.
As previously reported, the Town is funding their drinking water project with money from a State Revolving Fund (SRF) loan. When members initially passed the water revenue bond ordinance, they included the anticipated interest rate which was 3.25 percent. Continue reading
Officers with the North Judson Police Department and Code Enforcement are working to address citizen concerns related to dogs in town. One resident came before the town council last Monday to alert them about a residence with some troublesome dogs on Leslie Street. Continue reading
A business looking to call downtown North Judson home has town officials reviewing an old rule. Clerk-Treasurer Andrew Rowe alerted town council members last Monday that business owner Hannah Minix previously ran an art and tattoo shop in Winamac and recently rented a place on Lane Street. Continue reading
A template has been selected and the North Judson Town website is currently being personalized.
At this week’s town council meeting, Clerk-Treasurer Andrew Rowe informed the members that he’s been coordinating with Brian Pinson from SpiderByte IT about the ongoing project. Continue reading
North Judson officials are looking to scale back the size of the proposed splash pad at Norwayne Field to accommodate for a restroom facility they’d like to build in the area as well. Continue reading
A speeding problem brought to the attention of the North Judson Clerk-Treasurer was addressed during the Town Council’s Monday night meeting. Continue reading
The Stellar Executive Team of Starke County has been assembled.
Starke County Economic Development Foundation Executive Director Larry Wickert is serving as one of the members and shared the other individuals who will be involved. Continue reading
North Judson officials took a major step forward with their website creation process this week by securing viable domain names. Officials have been brainstorming about potential names to give the Town’s website. Those options were provided to Datacrates, the company the Town is working with on this project. Continue reading
According to the Indiana Gateway for Governmental Units, a budget hearing is scheduled for tonight’s North Judson Town Council meeting. Continue reading
North Judson Town Council members held a preliminary discussion about financing for the proposed splash pad installation at Norwayne Field when they met on Tuesday.
Since there seems to be a general consensus amongst community members and town representatives that this is a positive project to pursue, Councilman James Young said he’s been coordinating with Bill Smith from Vortex Aquatic Structures about developing a plan.
Councilman Young said he told Smith the Town is looking to spend approximately $60,000 or less for the installation of the recreational water feature. Continue reading
North Judson Town Council members received an update about the potential expansion at Highland Cemetery when they met Tuesday night. Continue reading
North Judson Town Council members took a major step toward getting an official town website created when they met this week.
Clerk-Treasurer Andrew Rowe told council members on Tuesday that he’s been having conversations with Brian Pinson from SpiderByte IT about the costs associated with such a project. Continue reading
North Judson Town Council members decided who would serve as their community representative for the local Stellar Executive Team when they met Tuesday night. Continue reading