The towns of LaGrange and Shipshewana are both eyeing some land for potential annexation, though one is likely to happen well before the other.
The Town of Shipshewana is working with the Shipshewana Retail Merchants Association (SRMA) to get welcome signs installed.
The Shipshewana Town Council is reviewing options for improvements to North Street as work on the Morton Street extension continues.
All four parties have now signed the agreements for fire protection service from the Shipshewana Fire Department.
The Town of Shipshewana thought it had an agreement worked out with the three townships that its fire department services.
Even as work has begun on the south portion of the Morton St. extension, there are still questions remaining on splitting the costs of the project.
Two streets in Shipshewana will get the chip sealing treatment from the LaGrange County Highway Department this summer.
The Shipshewana Town Council approved the recommendations to make some streets “No Parking” around town.
First off, it is no longer the Shipshewana Town Center.
There are no adult oriented businesses looking to move into Shipshewana, but the Shipshewana Town Council wants to make sure that they are ready, should one ever want to.
The Shipshewana Town Council approved a new recommended rate structure for rental of the Shipshewana Town Center at their Jan. 10 meeting.
LaGrange County Regional Utility District Board President Mike Sutter officially stepped down from his position Thursday evening at the end of a special work session.
After 7½ months looking for a new town manager, the Shipshewana Town Council has found their man.
The Shipshewana West sewer project continues to move along as questions continue to be raised by residents who seek to have the project stopped.
The LaGrange County Regional Utility District maintained its position on property owners in the Shipshewana West project area that have not signed the blanket easement.