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County BZA Approved Buggy Shop in Ag Zone

January 16, 2019
County BZA Approved Buggy Shop in Ag Zone

Earlier this month, the Marshall County Board of Zoning Appeals heard the request of Floyd Borkholder to allow a retail buggy sales location at 2525 Birch Road in Bremen, an agricultural zone. Ty Adley, County Plan Director told member of the County BZA that the he received a complaint on the business and conducted...
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City Board of Public Works & Safety Opens Bids for 2019 Spring Street Projects

January 16, 2019
City Board of Public Works & Safety Opens Bids for 2019 Spring Street Projects

Monday evening members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety opened bids for the 2019 Community Crossing Matching Grant project.  Five companies submitted bids for the work that will be completed this spring. The projects to be completed are: RANDOLPH St, from Jefferson to Baker Streets; STANLEY Drive from Hehr Lane to...
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Walorski Named Top Republican on Ways and Means Worker & Family Subcommittee

January 16, 2019
Walorski Named Top Republican on Ways and Means Worker & Family Subcommittee

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Wednesday was named the top Republican, or ranking member, of the Ways and Means Subcommittee on Worker & Family Support, which has jurisdiction over programs aimed at helping workers, children, and families thrive. “The key to keeping the American Dream alive is to expand economic opportunity and empower workers and...
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Plymouth Fire Department Monthly Report for December

January 16, 2019
Plymouth Fire Department Monthly Report for December

Plymouth Fire Chief, Rod Miller presented members of the Board of Public Works and Safety the December Activity Report Monday evening. Firefighters with the Plymouth Fire Department responded to one combustible spill or leak, an electrical issue, a sole extradition, a vehicle fire, and one structure fire.  They were also called once for a...
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Arctic Air Making a Return, Bitter Cold Safety Tips

January 16, 2019
Arctic Air Making a Return, Bitter Cold Safety Tips

A cold front will begin to usher in colder temperatures on Saturday and into early next week.  Temperatures will drop considerably as arctic air deepens. High temperatures on Sunday will likely stay in the teens, while lows are forecast to be -4 degrees to 10 degrees.  Wind chill values may fall well below zero...
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Young Joins Deputy Whip Team for 116th Congress

January 16, 2019
Young Joins Deputy Whip Team for 116th Congress

Senate Majority Whip Senator John Thune (R-S.D.) Tuesday announced that U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) will continue to serve on the deputy whip team for the 116th Congress. “I look forward to serving on the Senate Republican whip team again this Congress as we continue working to advance policies that support job growth and...
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Medaryville Couple Arrested with 4 Pounds of Meth

January 16, 2019
Medaryville Couple Arrested with 4 Pounds of Meth

A traffic stop on Friday, January 11th for a speeding violation led to the arrest of two adults on felony drug charges. As approximately 5:30 p.m. a Bremen Officer stopped a Chevrolet passenger car traveling eastbound on US6 near State Road 331 for speeding.  During the stop it was found that neither the driver,...
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County Council Approves Community Crossings Grant

January 15, 2019
County Council Approves Community Crossings Grant

Jason Peters, Superintendent of the County Highway Department presented members of the County Council with a letter to INDOT for the Community Crossing Matching Grant for 2019. The request is for $997,500 with the county’s match being $332,500 bringing the total project cost to $1,330,000.  The local match will be paid from the Local...
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City Council Approves Mayoral Appointments

January 15, 2019
City Council Approves Mayoral Appointments

The Plymouth Common Council conducted their first meeting of the new year and reorganization was the first order of business. Don Ecker was elected Mayor Pro-Tem.  This allows Ecker to act in the mayor’s behalf if he is unable to attend a meeting or sign official papers.  This is the third year the council...
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Plymouth Board of Public Works & Safety Meeting Update

January 15, 2019
Plymouth Board of Public Works & Safety Meeting Update

It was a quick couple of meeting Monday evening for the City of Plymouth. The Board of Public Works and Safety opened five bids for the Spring Street and Sidewalk Projects and took them under advisement for review.  City Engineer Rick Gaul said he would recommend the award at the next meeting on January...
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