The Culver Town Council members reviewed the trash and recycling services contract Tuesday night.Continue reading
The Culver Town Council members learned Tuesday night that the owners of the former City Tavern Building have filed an appeal from the judge’s decision to demolish the building.Continue reading
The Culver Town Council members continue to work to clean up nuisance properties.
The Culver Town Council members were updated on the status of unsafe structures in town.
The Culver Town Council members discussed the town manager’s contract last week.
The Culver Town Council members opened a public hearing Tuesday night to gather comments on the proposed ordinance that would move the town council and clerk-treasurer selection to the May Primary Election. From there, the candidates would move to the November General Election ballot.
One unsafe structure in Culver is scheduled for demolition this week.
The Culver Town Council members reviewed an ordinance Tuesday night that would determine the process of nominating candidates for town office.
Culver Town Attorney Jim Clevenger updated the Culver Town Council on several unsafe buildings that have been the topic of several legal proceedings.
The Culver Town Council members will be looking into the salary ordinance for 2019 concerning salaries for council members.
A public hearing is scheduled for Tuesday, March 13 for the proposed Planned Unit Development (PUD) at 17664 State Road 17 and 19456 State Road 10 in Culver owned by Thomas Beste.
Culver Town Manager Jonathan Leist said the plan commission approved the primary plans for Culver Meadows by a vote of 5-2. Those plans will come before the Culver Town Council in a public hearing setting on Tuesday, March 13.
The Culver Town Council members approved the lowest bid received for the proposed Damore Amphitheater project in the Culver Town Park.
The lowest bid was from Easterday Construction in the amount of $131,450. Town Attorney Jim Clevenger will review the construction contract before Council President Ginny Bess Munroe signs the document.
The Culver Town Council members heard public comments concerning the proposed traffic ordinance.
Council Vice President Sally Ricciardi read a citizen’s letter into the record that discussed safety concerns for emergency vehicles and residents maneuvering around the streets that are narrow. One street mentioned was Ohio Street and portions of that street will have no parking as part of the ordinance. The resident also mentioned the noise level of semi truck idling in residential neighborhoods and parking of the tractor trailers on residential streets.