Sewer Project Will Raise Wastewater Rates Thirty-Nine Percent

WARSAW — Warsaw residents should expect a rise in their wastewater bills in 2018 as a new rate ordinance was introduced at the Warsaw Common Council meeting held last night, Sept. 18. The two phases of the estimated $41 million wastewater rehabilitation and expansion project will result in … Read More

City Gets First Look At Proposed Sewer Rehabilitation, Plant Expansion

WARSAW — A presentation and public hearing were held on the proposed sewer rehabilitation and wastewater treatment plant expansion during the Warsaw Common Council meeting on Monday, Aug. 21. The total estimated cost is currently set at $40 million with an anticipated completion date of 2020. The presentation … Read More

Warsaw Common Council Hears Updates On Road Projects, Funds

WARSAW — There was no new or unfinished business discussed during the Warsaw Common Council meeting held on Monday, June 5. Instead, the meeting was used to hear an update on the road projects and funding provided with help from the 2016 Community Crossings Grant. Jeff Beeler, public … Read More

Golf Carts To Remain Illegal In Warsaw

WARSAW — An ordinance that would have allowed golf carts on certain streets was scheduled for its second reading during the Warsaw Common Council meeting on Monday, March 6. Instead, council members withdrew the ordinance. Mike Klondaris and Ron Shoemaker co-sponsored the ordinance which had its first reading during … Read More

Election Process Completed With Oaths Of Office

WARSAW — To complete the 2015 election process members of the Warsaw Common Council, mayor and clerk-treasurer were sworn in at the first meeting of the council Monday evening, Jan. 4. City attorney Mike Valentine administered the oath of office to each elected official. Failure to administer the … Read More

City Council Seat Not To Be Filled Before Election

WARSAW — The Kosciusko County Election board has made the decision to use “candidate deceased” in place of Charles Smith’s name on the Warsaw city election ballot for the Nov. 3 election. The Republican party will not be filling the ballot vacancy before the election deadline.

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Time Change, Cancellation Of Meeting

The City of Warsaw has announced a time change for its common council and board of works meeting. According to the office of Mayor Joe Thallemer the Monday,  June 15, Warsaw Common Council meeting has been cancelled. The next meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. Monday, July 6. … Read More

Mayor To Give State Of The City Address Feb. 2

By STACI YOUNG Assistant to Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer will present the annual State of the City address at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 2, during the regularly scheduled Common Council meeting. The mayor will offer a look back at the accomplishments of 2014 and … Read More


Budget Cuts Take Focus During Common Council Meeting

Reductions, in the amount of $1,466,590 in preparation of potential 2015 budget cuts, were the main topic of business at the Warsaw Common Council meeting Monday evening. While there were no issues with reductions in the general, aviation, cemetery, park and recreation line 1 cuts, the conflict came … Read More

Common Council Reviews Downtown Parking Solution

During Monday night’s Warsaw Common Council Meeting Warsaw City Planner Jeremy Skinner and Warsaw Police Department Lt. Kip Shuter presented an ordinance amendment that would establish several areas of parking without the current 2 hour parking contraints currently set throughout on and off street parking in the downtown area (See … Read More