When North Judson Town Council members met in a special session at the end of December, they approved an ordinance establishing a policy that makes property owners responsible for the collection and payment of service fees at all of their properties.
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 approved a contact between the North Judson-Wayne Township Fire Department and Rich Grove Township when they met Monday night.
Fire Chief Joe Leszek was not present during this week’s meeting but he has been keeping Clerk-Treasurer Andrew Rowe informed about his correspondence with Doloris Locke, the Rich Grove Township Trustee. Continue reading →
Contractors from Peerless Midwest attempted to get an unauthorized head start on the installation of the new well in the Town of North Judson and council members dealt with some concerns about the issue Monday night. Continue reading →
The winners of the Light Up North Judson decoration contest will be announced during tonight’s Town Council meeting at 6:30 p.m. Members are also expected to go over the 2019 salary ordinance and discuss the Rich Grove Township Fire Service Contract during tonight’s meeting.
Currently, other townships, such as Jackson and Wayne, are on fixed contracts with the North Judson-Wayne Township Volunteer Fire Department, where a flat fee of $10,000 is paid annually. On the other hand, Rich Grove Township has a pay-by-call contract where $660 is paid per call. 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 →
Students at the St. Peter Lutheran School recently held a fundraiser to help purchase a new bullet-proof vest for the North Judson Police Department’s K9 Jimy.
At Monday evening’s Town Council meeting, Town Marshal Kelly Fisher shared that about $630 was raised through the school’s fundraiser. Marshal Fisher, K9 Handler Officer Rico Simpson and his trusty partner Jimy went to the school at the end of November in order to take part in the incentive event that was promised to students. Continue reading →