Chamber Members Honored At Annual Awards Dinner

WINONA LAKE — Local businesses and individuals were honored at last night’s, Jan. 26, 105th Annual Chamber Membership Awards Dinner, hosted by the Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce at the Manahan Orthopedic Capital Center at Grace College. Randy Lewis, author of “No Greatness Without Goodness,” was the evening’s keynote … Read More

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Short Meeting For Warsaw Board Of Works

WARSAW — It was a short meeting for the Warsaw Board of Public Works and Safety this morning Friday, June 3. Business consisted of signing of a contract, pay applications on two projects, travel requests and payroll reports.

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Tax Abatement Explained, Two Approved

WARSAW — It was a light agenda Monday evening, May 2, for the Warsaw Common Council with only three items of business. For the benefit of new council members and the audience, Jeremy Skinner, city planner, briefly explained tax abatements before the council voted to continue abatements for … Read More

Sewer Feasibility Study Approved

WARSAW — Two sewer feasibility studies were approved by the Warsaw Board of Public Works and Safety Friday morning, April 15. The studies will look into the Airport Industrial park area, Deer Trail and Ellsworth Street areas. Wessler Engineering, Inc., Fort Wayne, was hired for all three studies … Read More

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Short Business For Redevelopment Commission

WARSAW — While business for the Warsaw Redevelopment Commission consisted of approval of six claims, the remainder of the meeting was general communication of various items in the months to come, Buffalo Street project and information on the Regional Cities status. Jeremy Skinner, city planner, presented a draft … Read More

Common Council Envisions Warsaw’s Future

WARSAW — Yesterday evening, Monday, Feb. 1, members of the Warsaw Common Council met for the second part of a series of discussions surrounding the city’s strategic plan, which was last revised April 19, 2012. The meeting focused on establishing basic goals and objectives for the city for … Read More

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Redevelopment Authority Updated On Buffalo Street Project

WARSAW — Conducting a reorganizational meeting, according to state statute, the Warsaw Redevelopment Authority met briefly Wednesday morning, Jan. 20. Following the election of officers, including George Clemens, president, and Max Mock, vice president, Jeremy Skinner, city planner, updated the authority board on the Buffalo Street Project. “The … Read More

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A ‘10,000 Foot View’ Of Goals For Warsaw

WARSAW — Does the council share the same vision for the city of Warsaw as the mayor? What are the goals for the city? A two-hour work session was held Wednesday afternoon with members of the Warsaw Common Council, clerk-treasurer, mayor and the city’s plan department to update … Read More

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Cox Returns To City Payroll

WARSAW — Michael Cox, who retired from the police department several years ago, has returned to the payroll of the city of Warsaw. This time as a consultant for emergency management services. An agreement with Cox, owner of Michael Cox Consulting Inc., was signed Friday morning during the … Read More

Proclamation Read Recognizing Fair Housing Month

Housing Opportunities of Warsaw was recognized during the Warsaw Common Council Meeting Monday evening. Mayor Joe Thallemer read a proclamation establishing July as Fair Housing Month in the city. A display and a survey to be completed on how the Housing Opportunities can assist those in the community, … Read More

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Bridge And Market Street Project Payments Approved

Construction crews will be mobilizing Monday to begin construction on Market Street, between Bronson and Sherman. This announcement was made Friday, after the Warsaw Board of Public Works approved the first payment application from NIBLOCK, contractors on the project. While the contractors requested a payment of $106,670 for … Read More

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Common Council Moves Forward With Redevelopment Authority

Yesterday evening the Warsaw Common Council met for its regular monthly meeting to discuss numerous topics including the establishment of the Warsaw Redevelopment Authority, approval of additional land appropriation for the Warsaw Municipal Airport and several vacation requests. Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer explained ordinance 2015-04-01 would establish a … Read More

Trees Will Be Replaced On Market Street

Have you traveled down East Market Street in Warsaw during the past week? You couldn’t help but notice things look a little different. City officials have been hearing a lot of comments in objection to trees, which have been cut down between Argonne Road and Sherman Street. These … Read More

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Parks Concert Series Contracts Approved, Steller Communities Application Moves Forward

Contracts with entertainment for the Warsaw Parks Department’s concert series and a step towards a chance to be a part of the state’s Stellar Communities Program were among approvals this morning at the Warsaw Board of Public Works & Safety meeting. Contracts were approved with Duke Tumatoe and … Read More

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Bottlenecked Traffic Topic At Council Meeting

Bottlenecked traffic at Parker and Lake City Highway was voiced by resident Mike Ragan during Tuesday evenings Warsaw Common Council meeting. Ragan stated the bottleneck occurs several times a day with traffic backed up to Center Street and on Husky Trail. He asked if timing on the lights … Read More