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County Council and City Council Meetings on Monday

January 9, 2011
County Council and City Council Meetings on Monday

01/10/11 The Marshall County Council and Plymouth City Council will be meeting on Monday.  Both meetings are open to the public with a limitation of discussion to agenda items only. The County Council meeting is scheduled for 9 a.m. in the second floor meeting room of the County Building.  The agenda includes the request...
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City Council Approves New Building Permit Items on 2nd Reading

December 28, 2010
City Council Approves New Building Permit Items on 2nd Reading

12/29/10 The Plymouth City Council passed an ordinance to amend the list of items that require building permits on second reading Monday night, but the ordinance will have to wait for final passage at the January 10th meeting. The ordinance amendment has a new permit fee of $100 that would allow foundations to be...
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City Council Approves Amendment to Pretreatment Ordinance

December 28, 2010
City Council Approves Amendment to Pretreatment Ordinance

12/09/10 The City of Plymouth has a new amendment to its Pretreatment Program/Sewer Use Ordinance. An ordinance to amend the city’s pretreatment sewer program was passed on second and third reading by the Plymouth Common Council Monday. The ordinance brings the city in line with new requirements of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and...
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City Council to Consider Amendment to Stop Doubling Building Permit Fees in 2-Mile

December 15, 2010
City Council to Consider Amendment to Stop Doubling Building Permit Fees in 2-Mile

12/16/10 “Experience is a powerful teacher,” according to the Statement of Intend and Purpose of a City ordinance amendment the Building Permit Ordinance. Building Commissioner Keith Hammonds recommended several additions to the building permit process along with corresponding fees.  He also recommended eliminating the doubling of permit fees for permits issued for construction in...
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City Council Approves 2011 Budget, $10,185,361

October 15, 2010
City Council Approves 2011 Budget, $10,185,361

10/15/10 The Plymouth Common Council approved the 2011 Budget on second and third readings earlier this week.  The budget for next year is $10,185,361.00 a reduction of 2.62% from the 2010 budget. Taking a brief look at the budget citizens will find the general fund total at $6,448,691…an increase of only .06% from this...
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County Council Cuts 2011 Budget to $10,594,073

September 14, 2010
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After nearly five hours of review the Marshall County Council approved the budget for 2011. The original requests for the 2011 General Fund budget was $10,933,446.  The County Auditor recommended cutting the amount to $10,550,000.  By the end of the day $339,373 was cut from the County’s General Fund bringing the balance to $10,594,073. ...
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City Council Takes Action on Requests

July 1, 2010
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07/01/10 The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety considered three requests during their meeting Monday night. Board members denied the request of Kimberly Teutle to place a streetlight near the intersection of 7th Street and Beerenbrook Streets.  Councilman Mike Delp said he had driven by the location at 10:30 one evening and said,...
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City Council Gives Final Approval to Rate Increase for Wastewater Customers

June 29, 2010
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06/29/10 Monday night the Plymouth Common Council held a Public Hearing on the City’s Wastewater Rate Adjustment.  Eric Walsh from Umbaugh, the City’s financial consultants gave a brief summary on their recommendation to raise rates.  The proposal includes a two phase rate increase.  For the average monthly user who uses 5,000 gallons the increase...
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City Council Approves Community Improvement Grant Applications

June 25, 2010
City Council Approves Community Improvement Grant Applications

06/25/10 The Plymouth Community Improvement Commission was originally established for the administration of the Indiana Department of Commerce grant for downtown revitalization.  Since the original IDC grant, the source of funds used to support activities of the Commission is the interest generated on monies in the Community Improvement Fund. The purpose of the interest...
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CIty Board Begin Actions to Increase Sewer Rates

June 16, 2010

06/16/10 Actions taken by the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety and the City Council Monday night will result in a sewer rate hike for city residents in the near future. Eric Walsh of Umbaugh and Associates, the city’ financial consultants came before the Board and suggested a rate hike for the utility....
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