The Eastern Pulaski School Board will be looking to adopt its 2017 budget when it meets in special session tonight.
The Culver Town Council intends to further discuss its zoning ordinance on Tuesday.
The North Judson-San Pierre School Corporation’s proposed 2017 budget reflects shrinking revenue, according to information shared during this week’s budget hearing.
Business Manager and Treasurer Guy Richie told the county council the proposal is very similar to what was approved last year, except the dollar amounts are less. The approved 2016 budget is $7.6 million, compared to $7,035,070 proposed for 2017 . Richie says the dip in funding is due to dwindling enrollment. Continue reading
The Knox School Board on Tuesday received an update on the school corporation’s budget for 2017.
The Culver Town Council is ready to partner with its local school corporation to save on costs.
An agreement was developed between the two after several Town officials attended a county-wide meeting earlier this year to learn of ways government entities are cooperating.
The Marshall-Starke Development Center says they are working to attract and retain employees.
An extended process to revise building permit fees in the Town of Culver has been completed.
During Tuesday night’s Culver Town Council meeting, an ordinance was revisited on second reading that would update fees charged for new construction and renovation projects to an increased level.
The interim superintendent with the North Judson – San Pierre school corporation says they are still in the assessment phase of their plans when it comes to readjusting their finances.
Pulaski County believes they are within two months of revising their salary ordinance.
Months of work has led to the development of a plan, otherwise referred to as the “salary matrix.” The document saves the county money on new hires, but also provides incentives for longevity with the county.
The Town of Culver has bumped the pay for a few of its employees in 2016, others may have to wait until 2017 to see their pay increased.
Christi Hoffa was selected as the new Clerk of Pulaski County during a caucus earlier this year. She will replace sitting Clerk Tasha Foerg. As part of the transition – which will take place on January 1st – Hoffa intends to handpick her own 1st Deputy Clerk.
The Town of Culver has set salaries for its employees heading into the new year.
Prior to finalizing those pay levels, Culver first has to approve them in the form of a salary ordinance. It’s an annual measure that is expected to be well documented by the state of Indiana.
Budget issues have forced the Culver School Board to consider removing the April intercession period from the school calendar. It’s a one-week period immediately following spring break in which students who are struggling with certain classes can work to improve their grades. Continue reading
The Culver School Board has approved some adjustments to its budget as it approaches the end of the year. During Monday’s meeting, they voted to appropriate additional money from the Rainy Day Fund to help cover the cost of salaries. Continue reading
Tuesday night’s school board meeting brought with it a packed house and a few observers wondering what the school corporation’s plans are following the defeat of a referendum designed to temporarily increase the property tax levy.
The North Judson – San Pierre School Board will be meeting Tuesday for the first time since November’s General Municipal Election.
Although not explicitly listed on the agenda, budget issues related to the failure of a temporary property tax levy referendum are likely to be addressed during the 7:00 p.m. meeting.
The Pulaski County Council may be searching for additional funding for future technology upgrades.
A joint session of the Pulaski County Commissioners and County Council took place Wednesday night. The goal was to review a matrix defining salaries for the County’s employees. Pulaski County has previously stated its goal of bringing compensation to a level that supports longevity.
The Culver Town Council has taken a step toward adopting their 2016 budget.
During last night’s meeting, a public hearing was held to review the document that will determine expenditures for the next year. As things stand, Culver sees modest increases in spending for its police and fire department budgets. The biggest jump was a projected $100-thousand increase in EMS expenses.