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Mayor Senter Presents Keys to the City to Councilmen

January 1, 2012
Mayor Senter Presents Keys to the City to Councilmen

01/02/12 Last week Mayor Mark Senter took a few minutes out of the City Council meeting to honor the three city council members who were finishing their terms.  He presented a Key to the City to each one. Councilman Mark Neidig completed his four year term.  Mayor Mark said, “Mark has had many questions...
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City Meetings Monday Evening

December 11, 2011
City Meetings Monday Evening

12/12/11 The City of Plymouth will hold its regular meetings Monday evening beginning at 6 p.m. with the Board of Public Works and Safety.  Their agenda includes opening bids for the 2012 street materials and reports from department heads.  The City Engineer will ask the board to consider accepting the infrastructure improvements in the...
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County Council and City Council Previews

November 13, 2011
County Council and City Council Previews

11/14/11 Members of the Marshall County Council will consider the request of Karen Richey from Purdue Cooperative Extension to increase the mileage pay from .41 cents a mile to .44 cents a mile when driving a personal vehicle to a meeting or mandatory event.  Richey appeared before the commissioners last week but was unable...
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City Council Puts $500,000 into Rainy Day

October 25, 2011
City Council Puts $500,000 into Rainy Day

10/26/11 On Monday night, the Plymouth Common Council unanimously approved transferring $500,000 from the City’s General Fund to the Rainy Day Fund. With the latest transfer, the Rainy Day Fund now sits at just under $5.5 million. City Attorney Nelson Chipman explained that whenever the purposes of a tax levy have been met, any...
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City Council Considers Request for Stop Signs at Menominee School

September 28, 2011
City Council Considers Request for Stop Signs at Menominee School

09/29/11 Pending the approval of the Plymouth Schools, a three-way stop will be erected on Discovery Lane, directly across from the east entrance to Menominee Elementary School. Cory Collins, who resides on Discovery Lane almost directly across from the entrance, appeared before the Board of Public Works and Safety on Monday night. Collins said...
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City Council to Consider Rezoning Request at 9A & King Road

September 25, 2011
City Council to Consider Rezoning Request at 9A & King Road

09/26/1  A proposed ordinance set for both 2nd and 3rd reading by the Plymouth Common Council on September 26 concerning the rezoning of land near the corner of King Road and 9A Road has people on both sides of the question expressing opinions. If passed, the zoning would be changed from R-1 (Rural Residential...
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City Sets Trick-or-Treat Hours

September 14, 2011
City Sets Trick-or-Treat Hours

09/15/11 The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety passed a resolution setting the date and times for Halloween 2011. The official times for children to trick-or-treat will be from5:00-7:00 p.m.on Monday, October 31. Although not present at the meetings, several residents of the 900 block of West Garro Street requested signage to indicate...
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City Signs Agreement for Free Wi/Fi Downtown

August 24, 2011
City Signs Agreement for Free Wi/Fi Downtown

08/25/11 Plymouth City Attorney Nelson Chipman presented two lease agreements during this week’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting.  The agreements are with wireless internet providers. The lease will allow D.C. Tech Solutions Inc. to place their antenna on the city’s two water towers and the radio tower at the fire department. According...
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Mayor Senter to Present 2012 Budget

August 14, 2011
Mayor Senter to Present 2012 Budget

08/15/11 Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter will present his 2012 budget to the city on Monday night at 6 p.m.  in the Council Chambers of City Hall. Senter, Clerk Treasurer Toni Hutchings and appointed department heads have been working for several weeks trying to present a balanced budget. Monday night City department heads will be...
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New Oak Hill Cemetary to Open New Addition and offer a Columbarium

August 9, 2011
New Oak Hill Cemetary to Open New Addition and offer a Columbarium

8/10/11 The Plymouth Common Council approved ordinance 2011-2023 on second and third reading Monday night that will allow for the inclusion of the Gracelawn addition to the New Oak Hill Cemetery. There are 864 grave spaces in the addition that will be located to the west and south of the office and Chapel.   The...
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Police Dept. Transfers Funds from Personnel to Replace 1 of 3 Squad Cars Totaled

August 9, 2011
Police Dept. Transfers Funds from Personnel to Replace 1 of 3 Squad Cars Totaled

08/10/11 A resolution providing the transfer of an appropriation in the General Fund of the City for the Police department was passed unanimously by Council members, the matter did not go without some discussion. Monday night a transfer of $13,497 was allowed from the Police Department personnel services line item to capital outlay. Plymouth...
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Report from City Council Meeting

July 28, 2011
Report from City Council Meeting

07/29/11 The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety and the Common Council held short meetings on Monday night. Presiding over the meetings was Councilman Chuck Ripley in the absence of Mayor Mark Senter. Councilman Mike Delp thanked Fire Chief Andy Metsker for his department’s issuance of a tornado warning sirens late Saturday night...
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City Council to Consider Main Street Grant

July 26, 2011
City Council to Consider Main Street Grant

07/27/11 Downtown Plymouth could get yet another shot in the arm if they are successful in receiving a Main Street grant. During the Common Council meeting on Monday night, City Attorney Nelson Chipman told the board members that OCRA (Office of Community & Rural Affairs) in affiliation with Main Street has put out a...
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City Council Keeps Pine Water Plant Improvements Moving

July 12, 2011
City Council Keeps Pine Water Plant Improvements Moving

07/13/11 On Monday night, the Plymouth Common Council showed their approval by unanimous vote for a resolution that could mean the expansion of the Pine Water Treatment Plant. Utilities Director Donnie Davidson presented the matter for consideration at previous meetings and had gained support from both the Plymouth Board of Public Works and the...
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City Meetings Monday Evening

July 10, 2011
City Meetings Monday Evening

07/11/11 The City of Plymouth will hold their regular meetings Monday evening beginning at 6 p.m. with the Board of Public Works and Safety, in the Council Chambers of City Hall followed by the Common Council meeting. The agenda for the Board of Public Works and Safety includes reports by various city department heads,...
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Cit of Plymouth Meetings Monday Evening

May 22, 2011
Cit of Plymouth Meetings Monday Evening

05/23/11 The City of Plymouth will hold their regular meetings Monday evening beginning at 6 p.m.  Agenda for the meeting includes awarding the quote for the security remodeling project at the Fire House.  City Attorney Nelson Chipman will open proposals from wireless internet providers using city structures to mount antennas on.  Also on the...
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City Council Approves Transfer of Property from Commissioners

May 11, 2011
City Council Approves Transfer of Property from Commissioners

05/12/11 Members of the Plymouth Common Council approved a resolution Monday night accepting the transfer of tax certificates from the Marshall County Commissioners to the City of Plymouth.  City Attorney Nelson Chipman told Council members that there is an Indiana Code that permits and established a procedure for the transfer or exchange of property...
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City Council Reviews 3 Tax Abatement Compliance Forms

April 27, 2011
City Council Reviews 3 Tax Abatement Compliance Forms

04/28/11 Monday night Plymouth City’s Attorney, Nelson Chipman presented members of the City Council with Tax Abatement Compliance Forms for three companies. Aearo Technologies at 2925 Gary Drive in Plymouth was granted a Tax Abatement in 2008 for personal property and real estate.  Their projections on personal property was for manufacturing equipment with an...
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State of the City Address and FEMA Flood-Home Buyout During City Meetings

February 27, 2011
State of the City Address and FEMA Flood-Home Buyout During City Meetings

02/28/11 The City of Plymouth will conduct their regular meetings Monday evening beginning at 6 p.m. with the Board of Public Works and Safety followed by the Common Council meeting at 6:30.  The meetings are held in the Council Chambers of City Hall and are open to the public.  Comments and questions are limited...
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City Council Reduces Permit Fees in 2-Mile

January 13, 2011
City Council Reduces Permit Fees in 2-Mile

01/14/10 This week members of the Plymouth Common Council approved an ordinance amendment for the Code of Ordinances. The amendment includes adding three additional permit fees that will effect commercial construction.  The change creates a $100 fee for a foundation permit, a $40 fee for the replacement of bulk storage tanks, piping and dispensing...
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