North Judson Town Council members were given an update about their water and wastewater projects when they met Monday night.Continue reading
North Judson Officials will be seeking two new members for the Park Board after opposition to the well site at Norwayne Field caused two members to tender their resignations.Continue reading
North Judson Town Council members made some decisions related to the water tower restoration project when they met Monday night.Continue reading
Some concerns about the water project in North Judson interfering with the Mint Festival in June were addressed at Monday night’s town council meeting.Continue reading
Project officials are addressing concerns over plans for an above-ground well enclosure at Norwayne Field.
Project Engineer Rob Bellucci from CommonWealth Engineers came before the North Judson Town Council last week with a proposed project amendment.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
North Judson Town Council members considered a couple of ordinances Monday night related to the future water and wastewater projects.
Since the Town won’t be issued bond funds until the start of next year, officials have to establish a way to pay for preliminary project costs in the meantime. Continue reading
The approval of two resolutions by North Judson Town Council members Monday night will allow the town to be reimbursed for expenditures made toward the water and sewer projects prior to the completion of the bonding process. Continue reading
A public hearing over a proposed grant application was held during the North Judson Town Council meeting earlier this week.
On Monday, KIRPC Executive Director Edwin Buswell explained that the grant application requesting a $550,000 wastewater/drinking water grant is due to the Office of Community and Rural Affairs on Friday. Buswell said the local match is for $1,268,000 which will come in the form of an SRF Loan. Continue reading