North Judson Town Council members recently received word that their Water Project is almost done.Continue reading
The North Judson Town Council addressed the topic of skateboarding when they met for their first meeting of the month on Monday.
Former Clerk-Treasurer Donna Henry informed council members that she’s noticed some wear and tear on the performance stage that was unveiled last May and felt that skateboarding and other misdirected recreational activities could be to blame.Continue reading
The Town of North Judson may see some park upgrades and downtown beautification projects, if the Constellation of Starke region is designated a Stellar Community. Clerk-Treasurer Andrew Rowe says he gave an update on the group’s efforts during Monday’s town council meeting.Continue reading
The possibility of bringing “Food Truck Fridays” to Norwayne Field this summer was discussed with North Judson Town Council members this week.
Park Board President Nick Radke told council members Monday night that he was recently approached by a group of food vendors who inquired about coming into town.Continue reading
North Judson Town Council members finalized design plans for the water towers 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
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
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
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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
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
Discussions over the potential installation of a splash pad at Norwayne Field will continue during tonight’s North Judson Town Council meeting.
Vortex Splash Pad Expert Bill Smith will return to continue talking about the various design options available as well as particular costs savings efforts that will help ensure that the water feature will be financially feasible for the community. Continue reading
A representative from Vortex Aquatic Structures came before the North Judson Town Council last week to provide them with a bit more information about the Splash Pad that’s being considered for Norwayne Field.
Vortex Splash Pad Expert Bill Smith talked with the council and stressed the fact that their goal is to build a feature that fits the town’s needs. To address concerns with water usage, Smith noted that play value isn’t dependent on using a lot of water.
To drive that point home, Smith said he likes to use a garden hose as an example. Continue reading
A recent impact grant awarded by the Starke County Community Foundation is helping local emergency personnel save lives.
Starke County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) used the $14,350 they received from the SCCF to purchase a LUCAS CPR Device, and paid for one year of maintenance for the medical apparatus. The technology performs non-stop CPR, freeing the EMS responder to treat and transport the patient to the emergency room. Continue reading
Back by popular demand, the North Judson Police Department will be hosting another foam filled slip n slide event in Norwayne Field.
The event is happening tomorrow from noon until 2 p.m. CST. The North Judson-Wayne Township and Bass Lake Fire Departments will assist the police department by supplying the foam. Continue reading
Some questions were raised when the possibility of installing a splash pad at Norwayne Field was brought up at Monday night’s North Judson Town Council meeting.
Councilman James Young told members that in an effort to find something that could draw young families to the area while simultaneously giving local kids something to do, a few town officials recently met with a representative from the company Vortex Aquatic Structures. Continue reading
The North Judson Police Department wants to add a little color to your summer and they plan to do so with today’s blue foam Slip-n-Slide event at Norwayne Field.
The event is open to people of all ages and will run this afternoon from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. Officers with the North Judson Police Department will be present at the event including K9 Officer Rico Simpson and his partner Jimy.
This creative community outreach event will feature blue slip-n-slides full of foam for residents to slide down. Continue reading
This Saturday, the Town of North Judson and the Starke County Chamber of Commerce are hosting a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the completion of the Norwayne Field stage cover. Continue reading
The new Norwayne Field stage cover will get some use this Saturday at the first North Judson Movies in the Park event of the season.
The movie being shown this month is Justice League and the screening will begin around dusk. Continue reading
Big changes are happening at Norwayne Field in North Judson.
At last night’s town council meeting Park Board representative Nick Radke informed members that the band shell has been fully assembled. He added that additional lighting and stonework is pending. He also thanked Town Superintendent Marshall Horstmann and members of the utility department for all their assistance with the assembly.
Clerk-Treasurer Andrew Rowe stated that once the remainder of the work is finished, an event will be held with community members and local officials to commemorate its completion.
In other news, Schambers Masonry completed the repair work that needed to be done to the brick wall that runs along highway 10. Continue reading