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Plymouth Common Council Approves Agreements

January 13, 2015
Plymouth Common Council Approves Agreements

Earlier this month the Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals was unable to conduct their monthly meeting due to the lack of a quorum. During this week’s Common Council meeting City Attorney Sean Surrisi suggested appointing alternates from the Plan commission to serve when needed on the BZA.  He said state statue allows such to...
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City Council Hears Concerns on Pole-Barn Home

January 13, 2015
City Council Hears Concerns on Pole-Barn Home

Concerns are building in regards to the new home being built on Baker Street that is of pole barn construction. During Monday night’s Common Council meeting Councilman Mike Delp presented his concerns of the home’s construction to members of the Common Council.  Delp said, “My concern is that looks like a pole barn and...
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Police Chief Bacon Presents Year-End Report

January 13, 2015
Police Chief Bacon Presents Year-End Report

2014 was another busy year for the Plymouth Police Department. Monday evening Chief Dave Bacon presented members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety with his December and year end report. Calls for information always top the monthly list of activity.  For the year the department handled a total of 9,227 call...
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Marshall County Tourism to Assist Organizations with Promoting Events in the County

January 13, 2015
Marshall County Tourism to Assist Organizations with Promoting Events in the County

Marshall County Tourism (MCCVB) has allocated $25,000 in funding for marketing, development and hosting of events exhibiting positive tourism potential to Marshall County.  These funds are to assist qualified organizations with the promotion of tourism activities striving to directly increase hotel/motel occupancy and create positive image building publicity for Marshall County. The goal of...
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BMV Announces Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Hours

January 13, 2015
BMV Announces Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Hours

  Don Snemis, Commissioner of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV), announced that all BMV license branches will be closed Saturday, January 17 through Monday, January 19 in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.     Branches resume their regularly scheduled business hours on Tuesday, Jan. 20.
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Triton School Board Approves Snow Make-Up Dates

January 13, 2015
Triton School Board Approves Snow Make-Up Dates

Donna Burroughs, Superintendent of the Triton Community School Corporation presented the school board with the following snow make-up dates: Monday, February 16th Friday, April 3rd Tuesday, May 26th. The school board approved her recommendation. Burroughs said, “At this time, any additional canceled days of school will need to be made up at the end...
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Betty Jane Ruggles – from Plymouth

January 13, 2015

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Superintendents Discuss Making Up Snow Days

January 13, 2015
Superintendents Discuss Making Up Snow Days

With the snow, ice and extreme low temperatures causing school closings, students may be jumping with joy, while school corporation superintendents are springing into action. The decision to delay or cancel school has to be made either the night before or in the early hours of the school day by using internet weather predictions,...
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County Council Approves Pay Increase for Court Services Director & Interventionists

January 13, 2015
County Council Approves Pay Increase for Court Services Director & Interventionists

On Monday, Marshall County Superior Court II Judge Dean Colvin appeared before the County Council and asked for an additional appropriation to increase the salary of the Court Services Director and the Substance Abuse counselor.  The additional appropriation request was $4,452 for the director and $1,567 for the counselor. Colvin gave some history value...
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$25 million inn project for Potato Creek State Park revived

January 13, 2015
$25 million inn project for Potato Creek State Park revived

Indiana Governor Mike Pence has revived the idea of building an inn at Potato Creek State Park in North Liberty. The Governor’s proposed budget would set aside $25 million to “cash fund” the project. It was in 2001 that the State of Indiana first hired an architect to study the idea and to draw...
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