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Coffee With A Cop this Friday

June 24, 2014
Coffee With A Cop this Friday

John Chamberlin’s Edward Jones Office to Sponsor Coffee with a Cop on June 27th. The program offers opportunity to meet local officers and a chance to ask questions On Friday, June 27th, Plymouth Police Department Code Enforcement Officer, Steve DeLee, and community members will come together in an informal, neutral space to discuss community...
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Body Found in Yellow River Thursday Identified at John G. Miller

June 24, 2014
Body Found in Yellow River Thursday Identified at John G. Miller

Marshall County Coroner, Bill Cleavenger and Detective Leo Mangus with the Plymouth Police Department confirmed the identity of the body of a man found in the Yellow River at the end of Lyn Street on Thursday. The body was located by kids floating the river late Thursday afternoon. Late Monday evening the Indiana State...
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Bids Open on 2nd Round of City Street Projects

June 24, 2014
Bids Open on 2nd Round of City Street Projects

In early May the Plymouth Common Council approved a $300,000 additional appropriation from the Motor Vehicle Highway Fund to complete a second round of street and sidewalk projects. Monday night the Board of Public Works and Safety opened bids from five companies. Those interested in doing work for the city were Niblock from Columbia...
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Redevelopment Commission Gives $30 million in A/V back

June 24, 2014

A Redevelopment Commission is required to make a determination before July 15 of each year with respect to the amount of incremental taxes to be raised in the following year. If the Redevelopment Commission intends to collect less than the entire amount of potential incremental taxes in the following year, it must give notice...
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City Ordinance on Fireworks

June 24, 2014
City Ordinance on Fireworks

It’s that time of year again! The Fourth of July is just around the corner and fireworks sales are on the rise. Before you plan to set off any fireworks, Mayor Mark Senter asks you to please review the City of Plymouth’s ordinance concerning Consumer Fireworks. He said, “When using any type of fireworks...
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Action Figure Collection on Display at CUTPL

June 24, 2014
Action Figure Collection on Display at CUTPL

Currently on display at the Culver-Union Township Public Library is the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe action figure collection of local Culver resident, Chris Chambers. The Chambers’ collection includes original action figures from the 80’s, as well as commemorative series pieces issued in 2000. Chris has been collecting action figures for 30...
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Donnelly: Must Continue to Raise Awareness about Invisible Wounds of War

June 24, 2014
Donnelly: Must Continue to Raise Awareness about Invisible Wounds of War

Washington, D.C. – Senator Joe Donnelly co-sponsored and helped pass a bipartisan resolution in the Senate on Monday night designating June 2014 as National Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Awareness Month. This designation will help increase awareness of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and related health risks, while also seeking to reduce the stigma associated with PTSD....
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Treesh Notified of Violation of City Code for Raising Animals in the City

June 24, 2014
Treesh Notified of Violation of City Code for Raising Animals in the City

A violation of the City’s Code of Ordinances was the topic of Monday evening’s Common Council meeting. Janice and Dale Treesh of 1116 West Harrison Street were notified by Keith Hammonds, City Building Commissioner and Steve DeLee the Code Enforcement officer of their violation of the ordinance which makes it unlawful to keep cattle,...
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Council & Commissioner Continue to Look at Bond Refinancing

June 24, 2014
Council & Commissioner Continue to Look at Bond Refinancing

Members of the Marshall County Council and Commissioners met in a special joint meeting Monday morning to receive information on the options to refinance the Marshall County Jail Bonds of 2006 as a way to save the county some money. Todd Samuelson from Umbaugh presented information on the amortization of the outstanding principal, the...
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Senator Head’s Summer Study Committees

June 23, 2014
Senator Head’s Summer Study Committees

When Indiana’s part-time legislature is not in session, lawmakers are assigned to interim study committees that meet to review the state’s top issues. This year, Senator Randy Head has been appointed to the following summer study committees, commissions and councils: • Interim Study Committee on Government, vice-chair • Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, vice-chair...
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