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Parking Restrictions for City Street Projects Approved

April 29, 2014
Parking Restrictions for City Street Projects Approved

  Walsh and Kelly was the low bidder for the 2014 Street Paving Projects for the City of Plymouth with a bid of $343.040.  They will begin mill and repaving work on Monday, May 5th.  During Monday night’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting, City Engineer Rick Gaul asked for no parking on...
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PHS Bands Earn Record Scores

April 29, 2014
PHS Bands Earn Record Scores

On Friday, April 25th, the Plymouth High School Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble attended the annual ISSMA Organizational Contest hosted by Concord High School. Both bands set personal records receiving nearly flawless perfect scores from all of the judges.   Both bands also received tremendously positive feedback from the judging panels. Both bands earned...
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Elkhart Man Arrested for Public Indecency

April 29, 2014
Elkhart Man Arrested for Public Indecency

04/30/14 On Monday, April 28th at 12:19 P.M. the Marshall County Sheriff’s 911 Dispatch Center requested Plymouth police officers to a business in the 800 block of East Jefferson Street in reference to a male subject exposing his genitals in front of the female complainant.  Officers with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department and Indiana State Police assisted...
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Arrests by Plymouth Police Officers

April 29, 2014
Arrests by Plymouth Police Officers

04/30/14  On Friday, April 25th at 10:48 A.M. Plymouth Police Officer John Weir initiated a traffic stop on Michigan Street near Skylane Drive.  The stop was for an expired license plate.  Making contact with the driver, 47 year old Kimberly Ayala and running her information through the BMV it was found that she was...
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Property tax bills on-time in all 92 counties

April 29, 2014
Property tax bills on-time in all 92 counties

 04/30/14 The Indiana Department of Local Government Finance (DLGF) announced Monday that property tax bills were issued in all 92 counties. This is the first time since at least 2001 that all 92 counties have achieved on-time billing. “The DLGF is very pleased that all 92 counties have returned to the normal statutory tax...
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Code Enforcement Officer to Hand Deliver First Violation Notice

April 28, 2014
Code Enforcement Officer to Hand Deliver First Violation Notice

 Code enforcement in Plymouth received a slight modification during last night’s Common Council meeting. City Attorney Sean Surrisi explained the need for the change.  Current ordinance requires the first notice of violation to be mailed to the violator or property owner.  While on regular patrol, Daytime Code Enforcement Officer with the Plymouth Police Department,...
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Ply. Board of Public Works Approves Engineering for Ledyard Water Plant

April 28, 2014
Ply. Board of Public Works Approves Engineering for Ledyard Water Plant

There was lots of business during Monday night’s Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety Meeting.  Utility Superintendent Donnie Davidson presented an engineering proposal on the Ledyard Water Treatment Plant improvement project.  The scope of the project includes replacement of the horizontal pressure filters, replacement of the filter media, replacement of the backwash water...
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Winners Announced for Annual High School J-Day Journalism Contest

April 28, 2014
Winners Announced for Annual High School J-Day Journalism Contest

04/29/14 Ball State’s annual J-Day draws more than 1000 high school journalists and their advisers to campus for a day of informative sessions and journalism related activities.  The J-Day contest is a means for high schools to get valuable feedback on their publications, as well as, recognition for the most outstanding entries.  This year,...
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PHS Choirs Bring It Home!

April 28, 2014
PHS Choirs Bring It Home!

  04/29/14 Thursday night, April 24, the PHS choirs, Counterpoint, Chorale, and Crimson attended the Indiana State School Music Association’s Choir Contest. In anticipation for this event, the students prepared three pieces of music for each group to perform.  After this performance, the students are then led to another room where they are given...
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Marshall County EMA reminds you of the Importance of Being Prepared

April 28, 2014
Marshall County EMA reminds you of the Importance of Being Prepared

04/29/14 “At Least 17 Killed as tornadoes rip through Arkansas and Oklahoma” A tragic reminder of why it is so important to prepared. While we obviously cannot control the weather, we can control our preparedness and response to these situations. Be prepared by: * Developing a Family Emergency Plan – include emergency contact numbers...
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