The Culver Town Council members took action last week to approve the purchase of road salt for the upcoming winter season.Continue reading
Two representatives from the East Shore Corporation delivered an update on an agreement with the Town of Culver to haul wastewater to be treated in the town’s wastewater plant due to a system failure at the corporation’s wetland site.Continue reading
A snow removal company will clear sidewalks in a snow event for ease of residents in the Culver business district.
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.
Well B at the Culver Water Plant will be cleaned and repaired after the Culver Town Council approved a quote for that work to start.
Applications for the 2019 Community Crossings grant program through the Indiana Department of transportation are due in August.
The town-wide clean-up day in the Town of Culver is Saturday, May 12.
A faulty fire hydrant in the corner of the CVS parking lot in Culver will be removed and replaced.
The Culver Town Council members approved the purchase of new water meters for 600 users.
Applications will be accepted soon for the curb and sidewalk reimbursement program for the Town of Culver.
Culver residents who would like to replace and improve sidewalks may apply beginning Monday, April 2, at the Culver Town Hall. Project applications will be accepted on a first come, first served basis and reviewed by Utility Superintendent Bob Porter. Dimensions which include the width and length of the sidewalk and/or curb are required at the time of the application submission.
A task force will come together to research the possibility of utilizing space inside the First Farmers Bank and Trust building on Main Street in Culver.
The Culver Town Council members, along with officials from the Culver Redevelopment Commission, Marshall County Economic Development Corporation and Utility Superintendent Bob Porter previously toured the building and thought there may be a benefit to using the space.
Engineering plans are being finalized for work on the Sand Hill Farms workforce housing development project in Culver.
According to Culver Town Manager Jonathan Leist, Mark Sullivan and Utility Superintendent Bob Porter have been working on the plans and the project should be bid out in February.
The winter weather has put a dent in the Town of Culver’s road salt supply.
Town Manager Jonathan Leist told the Culver Town Council members Tuesday night that half of the town’s salt supply has been used to help clear roads in town so far this season. He assured the council members that the town’s contract with the salt supplier allows the town to purchase more at the current rate if the supply reaches a critical level.
The Culver Town Council members opened bids for surplus equipment at the street department and the ambulance during their meeting last week.
The highest bids were approved which included $2,900 for a 1999 leaf vac machine, $2,500 for the 1964 grader, $150 for the 1993 Patchman trailer, $1,500 for the 2000 Ford F-150, and $1,500 a 2000 Leeboy 300 roller. Utility Superintendent Bob Porter was pleased with the bids as they came in higher than he expected.
The Culver Town Council members revisited quotes for a new truck for the utility department.
During the Oct. 24 meeting, Town Manager Jonathan Leist explained that the sewer plant truck is no longer in working order so a request was made by Utility Superintendent Bob Porter to purchase a new truck.
Culver Town Council members will soon tackle an issue surrounding semi truck parking in residential areas.
A citizen brought forth issues during the council’s regular meeting on Tuesday night stating that it’s difficult to maneuver around the semis parked in residential areas. He’s fearful for the safety of the residents and children, in addition to it being an eyesore. Some trucks are parking on narrow streets like Ohio Street and Mill Street. Continue reading
The Culver Town Council may soon address semi truck parking in the residential areas in town.
Culver Town Manager Jonathan Leist commented that the issue was brought before the Culver Planning Commission this week. Leist said he will meet with Utility Superintendent Bob Porter and Police Chief Wayne Bean about a recommendation to bring before the council.