The Culver Town Council members received an update on two unsafe properties.Continue reading
The construction plans for the Culver Beach Lodge are now complete. The project is ready to go to bid, according to Town Manager Jonathan Leist.
“They’re posted online for any interested bidders,” commented Leist. “The bid opening is scheduled for March 28. Anyone interested must submit a bid by 10:30 a.m. on the 28th. Steve Park is our architect on that and has some concern about trying to attract multiple bidders to it. It’s kind of a project that’s in the middle zone where it’s too small for the larger contractors, but kind of too bid for some of the smaller, local ones.”
The bids will be taken under advisement at the March 28 bid opening meeting to be discussed further at the April 9 Culver Town Council meeting.
Leist said the Culver Beach Lodge project is part of the Stellar Communities Designation program plans that were approved for the Town of Culver with funding from the state.
The Culver Beach Lodge will undergo a major renovation with new plumbing, restroom fixtures, and electrical updates. The main floor will also under go a major facelift with an addition on the street side to allow for a new staircase and elevator.
The project is anticipated to begin this spring with plans to work around the summer schedule at the Culver Town Park with completion in the fall.
The Culver Town Council members reviewed the trash and recycling services contract Tuesday night.Continue reading
The Culver Town Council members were updated on the trailer court property on West Jefferson Street last week.Continue reading
Culver Town Manager Jonathan Leist updated the town council members this week on the upcoming Culver Beach Lodge project.Continue reading
The Culver Town Council will meet tonight where the council members will reorganize for 2019. There are three new members on the council this year including Bill Githens and Bill Clevenger who were selected in the 2018 election while Rich West is filling the unexpired term of Tammy Shaffer who resigned from the council in December.
The council members are also expected to make board and commission appointments, approve the attorney’s contract and the Visitor Center contract, and approve conflict of interest statements.
Town Manager Jonathan Leist will provide an update on projects within Culver’s Stellar Communities Designation Program, and the council members will receive updates from department heads.
The Culver Town Council members will meet at 6:30 p.m. ET tonight at the Culver Town Hall at 200 E. Washington Street.
A snow removal company will clear sidewalks in a snow event for ease of residents in the Culver business district.
Today (Thursday) will be a big day for Marshall County and the Town of Culver.
The Culver Town Council members approved a contract for the Culver Beach Lodge project last week.
The Culver Town Council members were updated on the status of unsafe structures in town.
The Culver Town Council members got an update last week on where the Culver Beach Lodge and Cavalier Sports Park projects are in terms of pre-construction.
The Culver Town Council members discussed the town manager’s contract last week.
A home in Culver is scheduled for demolition.
The projects within the Town of Culver’s Stellar Communities Designation program will begin next year.
The Culver Town Council members opened bids Tuesday night for upcoming paving projects. Paving operations are planned on Lake Shore Drive from Lakeview Street to North Main Street and Clover Street from White Street to Climax Street.
The Town of Culver submitted an application for INDOT’s Community Crossings grant program.
The Culver Town Council members are looking for a Republican candidate to fill an unexpired term on the Culver Planning Commission.
The Culver Town Council approved a request from the Marshall County Health Department to host a closed POD for medication disbursement in the town.
The Culver Town Council members were presented with a resolution last week that looks at streets and make sure they are safe, convenient, accessible, and attractive for all users.
The Culver Town Council members approved a quote from a contractor to demolish the unsafe structure at 808 Obipso Street.