The North Judson Town Council collected public input once again Wednesday night to gather comments on a proposed grant application for a community center construction project.
The Town of Culver held their follow-up meeting with OCRA on Friday after not receiving an Indiana Stellar Communities designation.
The Indiana Lieutenant Governor’s office announced the winner of this year’s Indiana Stellar Community designation, and a local community just missed out on the top prize.
The Town of North Judson is beginning the process of updating plans for the town’s wastewater facilities. Continue reading
The moment of truth arrives Thursday for the Town of Culver.
Officials with the Town government will be giving a presentation to representatives of state government for consideration as an Indiana Stellar Community. The program is run through the Office of Community and Rural Affairs and provides planning and grant application assistance for the winner.
Pulaski County continues to ready its application as part of the Indiana Community Crossings Grant Program.
During Tuesday night’s meeting, the County Commissioners shared their completed financial commitment letter with the public. The document was approved at their previous meeting to include as part of the application.
The Starke County Historical Society is being helped to complete a portion of a project they hope will revitalize the Henry F. Schricker home.
Pulaski County feels confident in its application for the Community Crossings grant.
The Indiana Department of Transportation is awarding additional road funding opportunities for local governments with available projects. It’s part of the road funding efforts settled by the General Assembly earlier this year.
The Indiana Department of Transportation is extending a deadline that may have an effect on county and municipal governments. Continue reading
The Culver Town Council spent time reviewing the first ever “StellarFest” during their Tuesday meeting.
Members of the public were invited to join representatives of the Town to learn about the Town’s application as an Indiana Stellar Community. The program is run through the Office of Community and Rural Affairs, and provides planning and grant application assistance.
The first round of grants has been awarded by the Indiana Commission for High Education, but local organizations will have another opportunity to apply for funds.
Local communities have been talking about it for several weeks, but the Indiana Department of Transportation is now ready to begin accepting the applications.
Pulaski County was making a few decisions this week on what to do with a special income distribution by the state.
Culver’s Stellar Communities plans are moving along as the deadline for Phase II of the application draws near.
The Indiana Homeland Security Foundation has allocated more than $175-thousand to the state’s public safety agencies, including some in the local area.
The Town of North Judson continues to move ahead with its efforts to get funding to help update some of the plans for the town’s wastewater facilities. Commonwealth Engineers plans to update the long-term control plan for the town’s wastewater treatment plant. Continue reading
The Town of Winamac is hoping to take advantage of some new road funding sources recently offered by the state of Indiana. It’s releasing $435 million in Local Option Income Tax funds to local governments to use for transportation projects. Continue reading
The Town of Culver is taking the next steps in preparation for what they hope will lead them to being named the winner of Indiana’s Stellar Communities program.
Family Express plans to make ethanol-blended fuel easier to get, thanks to a grant from the Indiana Office of Energy Development. The gas station chain has been awarded over $789,000 to install 45 blender pumps in northern Indiana, including locations in Starke, LaPorte, and St. Joseph counties. Continue reading
The Town of Culver is ready to retool and continue pushing forward following the announcement they are a Stellar Communities Finalist.