Posted Oct 13, 2020 Updated: Oct 13, 2020 @ 2:07 PM
“I don’t think it is right to put (the cost) on individual property owners,” stated Ed Ormsby, board member of the Tippecanoe & Chapman Lakes Regional Sewer District. “The folks who don’t have a lot of money it puts a big burden on them.”
A tax anticipation warrant bond in the amount of $3.68 million for the Tippecanoe & Chapman Lakes Regional Sewer District was awarded to Crossroads Bank Monday evening, Sept. 14. The interest rate is 2%. The bond closing will be Oct. 1 and good through Oct. 1, 2022.
Posted Aug 13, 2020 Updated: Aug 13, 2020 @ 11:10 AM
Cellphones began shrilling with an alert and the sound of the town of North Webster’s severe weather siren could be heard going off outside the North Webster Community Building, just 10 minutes into Monday night’s Tippecanoe & Chapman Lakes Regional Sewer District’s monthly meeting.
The first step to get temporary operational funds will begin for the Tippecanoe & Chapman Lakes Regional Sewer District. The first reading of a resolution for a bond anticipation warrant will be presented at the Aug. 10 meeting.