Posted Feb 14, 2023 Updated: Feb 14, 2023 @ 1:11 PM
Milford Town Council held a monthly public meeting Monday, Feb. 13, wherein Assistant Fire Chief Steve Farber reported a “busy year” for his department over the last year and requested residents check their smoke detectors to help stay safe.
Posted Feb 06, 2023 Updated: Feb 6, 2023 @ 1:55 PM
To help Indiana schools celebrate Earth Day 2023, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management is again offering free hands-on classroom presentations, in addition to virtual webinar presentations, to elementary students across the state.
The City of Warsaw Stormwater Utility will present a webinar aimed at assisting designers, developers, contractors and MS4s in understanding the new construction general permits from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM).
Representatives of Chore-Time Brock attended meetings of the Milford Redevelopment Commission and town council Monday, April 12, to announce a plan to invest approximately $20 million to renovate approximately 38,000 square feet of its facility on the east side of SR 15, north of Milford.
Posted Mar 19, 2021 Updated: Mar 19, 2021 @ 4:31 PM
Lakeland Regional Sewer District Board of Trustees faced a number of difficult decisions at the Wednesday, March 17, meeting, one of which is what to do about a growing number of malfunctioning grinder pump cords.
Posted Dec 23, 2020 Updated: Dec 23, 2020 @ 10:53 AM
As the year comes to a close, and loose ends are tied up, Turkey Creek Regional Sewer District has finally received news that allows it to move forward with planning the Syracuse Lake sewer project (often called NEAR project by locals).
Posted Dec 15, 2020 Updated: Dec 15, 2020 @ 3:06 PM
Milford Town Council will have an additional $232,875.18 for the improvement of streets thanks to its 2020 Community Crossing Grant from INDOT, according to Street Superintendent Steven Marquart, who made the announcement at the Monday, Dec. 14, council meeting.
Posted Aug 06, 2020 Updated: Aug 6, 2020 @ 4:37 PM
Milford Town Council held a special meeting Wednesday, Aug. 5, in the community building, during which it voted to hire Commonwealth Engineers Inc. to validate the town’s upcoming water audit and assist with asset management plans for water and wastewater. The council also voted to authorize Commonwealth to apply for a grant from the United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development to study Milford’s drinking water system.
Posted Jan 01, 2020 Updated: Jan 1, 2020 @ 3:16 PM
MILFORD — At the end of its last public meeting of 2019, members of Milford Town Council took some moments to reflect on the year ending, as well as the one to come. All of the members agreed with President Doug Ruch who said, “We want to keep …Read More
Posted Nov 19, 2019 Updated: Nov 19, 2019 @ 5:07 PM
MILFORD — Milford Town Council’s Nov. 18 meeting featured representatives of two companies hired by the town to streamline operations and bring local government into compliance with the state. James Higgins of LWG CPAs & Advisors and Michael and Karen Williams of MicroByte Enterprises were on hand to …Read More
Posted Aug 22, 2019 Updated: Aug 22, 2019 @ 12:40 PM
WARSAW — Lakeland Regional Sewer District Board of Trustees held its monthly public meeting August 21. Among the items discussed was an August 15 lift station control failure along CR 600 East, resulting in a spill of approximately 6,500 gallons of sewage. According to Mike Rippey, LRSD treatment …Read More
Posted Jun 26, 2019 Updated: Jun 27, 2019 @ 8:13 AM
NORTH WEBSTER — A crowd of 250 attended the official public hearing on the petition to form the Tippecanoe-Chapman Regional Sewer District tonight, Wednesday, June 26. The number was less than those who attended a public meeting Sept. 29, 2018 when attendance was estimated close to 400 and information …Read More
Posted May 04, 2018 Updated: May 4, 2018 @ 4:04 PM
SYRACUSE — Judge David Cates will hear the case of the Town of Syracuse has against Triad Engineering and Severen Trent. Paperwork was filed in Kosciusko County Court May 1. A trial date has yet to be set. The Town of Syracuse is seeking to have Severen Trent …Read More
Posted Mar 21, 2018 Updated: Mar 22, 2018 @ 8:35 AM
SYRACUSE — Robin Merchant, public works superintendent, provided an update on the wastewater treatment plant to the Syracuse Town Council during its regular monthly meeting Tuesday night, March 20. Merchant said plant flow was very heavy after the snow melt and heavy rain experienced at the end …Read More