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Chipman Announces Candidacy for County Prosecutor

December 9, 2013
Chipman Announces Candidacy for County Prosecutor

  12/10/13 E. Nelson Chipman, Jr. announced Monday his candidacy for the 2014 Republican nomination to the office of Prosecuting Attorney of Marshall County.  The Prosecutor’s Office is responsible for representing the State of Indiana in all criminal matters arising in the county, and includes a Child Support Division responsible for ensuring parents honor...
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Chipman Receives Key to the City from Mayor

February 27, 2012
Chipman Receives Key to the City from Mayor

   02/28/12 During Monday evening’s Common Council meeting Mayor Mark Senter took time the thank City Attorney Nelson Chipman for his service to the city. Senter said, “Thank you for all you have done for the City of Plymouth the last four years and from 1988 to 2000.”  He continued, “You have been a...
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Chipman Submits Letter of Resignation Day After Being Sworn In

January 3, 2012
Chipman Submits Letter of Resignation Day After Being Sworn In

01/04/12 Mayor Mark Senter’s Office announced today that City Attorney Nelson Chipman submitted a letter of resignation effective at the close of business on February 29, 2012.  In his letter Chipman expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to serve the administration, the department heads and the citizens of Plymouth for the last four years. ...
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City Council Passes 2011 Salary Ordinance with 0% Increase for All

August 24, 2010
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After much discussion the Plymouth Common Council passed the 2011 Salary Ordinances on third and final reading.  City attorney Nelson Chipman presented an amended ordinance that include the reduction of increase from the amended 2% salary increase to a 0% increase for city employees appointed department heads, and fire and police personnel.  As well,...
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Drinking in a Parking Lot may Cost a Local Homeless Man his Dog

June 16, 2010
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06/16/10  Tuesday morning Superior Court II was the site for a unique hearing involving one of Plymouth’s homeless citizen. Todd Wagner has been homeless for a good portion of his adult life, spending most of it here in the town of Plymouth.  Ironically, Todd also found himself in a familiar setting, a Marshall County Courtroom. On...
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Redevelopment Commission Meets

June 16, 2010

06/16/10 The next work on the Oak Road project in Plymouth could begin in October or November if the remaining two parcels of right-a-way space can be obtained. At a meeting of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission on Tuesday night, City Attorney Nelson Chipman said there were ten parcels needed to move forward with the...
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Aviation Board Sends Lengthy Response to FAA on Engle Allegations

June 11, 2010

06/11/10 During a meeting on June 8, the Plymouth Board of Aviation ratified a response drafted by Plymouth City Attorney Nelson Chipman to the Federal Aviation Administration. The board had received a letter from Gregory Sweeny of the FAA on March 25, 2010 concerning allegations against the Plymouth Board of Aviation raised by Stephen...
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City Council Approves $700,000 to Redevelopment Commission

June 10, 2010

06/10/10 The Plymouth City Council held a special meeting this week to consider a substantial loan to the Redevelopment Commission. City Attorney Nelson Chipman presented the resolution authorizing a loan in the amount of $700,000 in support of the US 30 and Pioneer Drive/Pine Road TIF (tax incremental finance) District.  The resolution establishes the...
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