Mosaic Building Solutions Awarded New Fire Station Construction Bid

WARSAW — The construction bid for Warsaw-Wayne Fire Territory’s Station 3 was awarded to Mosaic Building Solutions, Fort Wayne, during the Board of Works meeting held this morning, Sept. 15. Six bidders, including two local companies, submitted bids for the work. Out of all the bidders, Mosaic Building Solutions … Read More

Baldwin Sworn In To Warsaw Planning Commission

WARSAW — Business was short for the Sept. 11 meeting of the Warsaw Plan Commission, with only one new item of business on the agenda. Before the meeting got started, Mayor Joe Thallemer was present to swear in new board member Bill Baldwin. Baldwin is a representative of … Read More

Kip Shuter Retires From Warsaw Police Department

WARSAW — People began to trickle in the moment Warsaw Police Department’s doors opened for officer Kip Shuter’s retirement party Friday afternoon. Over the next hours, the room would ring with cheerful conversation, jokes, laughs and yes, even a few tears. Shuter’s last day will be Sept. 10. … Read More

Traffic Safety Commission Elects New Administrator

WARSAW — Warsaw’s Traffic Safety Commission said so long to its long-time serving administrator Kip Shuter at its last meeting Wednesday afternoon. Shuter put in his resignation to the Warsaw Police Department and Traffic Safety Commission earlier this year on July 27. He served as an officer for … Read More

Warsaw Council Establishes Deer Nuisance Areas

WARSAW — A resolution was passed to declare the yearly deer nuisance areas during the Warsaw Common Council meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 5. Councilmember Jeff Grose presented the areas to the council. The eight nuisance areas remain the same as 2016 and can be viewed here. By declaring … Read More

Doug Light Thanked For Service To The City

WARSAW — After serving the City of Warsaw with the Warsaw Police Department for 22 years, Corporal Doug Light is retiring effective tomorrow, Sept. 2. City employees took time to honor Light during the Warsaw Board of Works meeting held today, Sept. 1.  Light began his career with Warsaw Police … Read More

Warsaw Seeks Future Leaders For Mayor Youth Assistant Council

WARSAW — The City of Warsaw is partnering with Warsaw Community High School to give high schoolers a voice in their city. Warsaw is seeking ambitious, motivated students with a desire to impact their community through serving to apply to the Mayor Youth Advisory Council. The council is … Read More

Another Complaint Filed With Public Access Counselor Against Warsaw

WARSAW — A second complaint, alleging the city of Warsaw has violated a request for public records access, has been filed with the Office of the Public Access Counselor Luke Britt. This complaint, filed by Kyle Babcock, states he was denied access to public records on July 21 … Read More

Kosciusko Community Senior Services Benefits Local Seniors

WARSAW — Kosciusko Community Senior Services is located at 800 North Park Avenue, Warsaw. Although they offer invaluable services to area seniors, many local residents are either unaware of their existence or are unfamiliar with exactly what they do. The three major services offered at KCSS include mobile … Read More

Frush, Shoemaker Applaud End To Email Voting

WARSAW — Warsaw City Councilmen Ron Shoemaker and Jerry Frush are applauding the end of the city’s practice of email voting with the Warsaw Board of Public Works. In a prepared statement, Frush and Shoemaker stated they “would like to commend Mayor Thallemer for his decision … The … Read More

Mayor Responds To Public Access Counselor’s Rulings

WARSAW — Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer has issued a statement regarding the ruling Tuesday, Aug. 22, by Indiana Public Access Counselor Luke Britt regarding allegations the city violated the Access To Public Records Act and the Indiana Open Door Law. “The city is pleased with the ruling by … Read More

Public Access Counselor Officially Rules, City Violated Open Door

INDIANAPOLIS — The city of Warsaw has violated the Open Door Law according to an opinion issued today, Tuesday, Aug. 22, by Luke H. Britt, Indiana Public Access Counselor. However he ruled the city did not violate the Access to Public Records Act. The opinion notes the city … Read More

Former Mayor Jeff Plank Honored For Service, Dedication To Warsaw

WARSAW — A very special recognition was made at the beginning of the Warsaw Common Council meeting held Monday, Aug. 21. Former Mayor Jeff Plank is moving to St. John to be closer to family members. Before he moved away, city employees wanted to honor him for all … Read More

Union Street Will Be Right-Turn Only Northbound Onto Winona Avenue

WARSAW — After much discussion during the Warsaw Common Council meeting on Monday, Aug. 7, the board concurred with the decision made by the Warsaw Traffic Commission to make South Union Street a right-turn only northbound onto Winona Avenue. Warsaw Police Department Captain Kip Shuter, who is also … Read More