Why have farmland property taxes increased?
I wanted to share this column written by my colleague State Sen. Jean Leising (R-Oldenburg).
The LaGrange County BZA met Tuesday evening to consider several applications.
LaGrange County Commissioners ordered a title search for property located on the northeast corner of CR 100S and 00EW. This is in response to a nuisance complaint on the property.
The LaGrange County Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) denied a request for a land use variance to allow a barn to be built at a Shipshewana-area residence.
Landowners are being targeted once again in the state of Indiana. Please be aware of an agency that is sending out letters stating the importance of obtaining a copy of your deed.
LaGrange County Commissioners went on record as being opposed to the proposal in the legislature to repeal the personal property tax. The proposal is contained in S.B. 1 and H.B. 1001.
After taking a month off in December, the LaGrange County Board of Zoning Appeals had a full slate to run through Tuesday evening.
The holidays are here, and that means we get to watch the great holiday movie, "A Christmas Story." Then we get to watch it again. And again.
Landowners who to want preserve their agricultural land and prevent future development can consider granting a conservation easement.
We've got most of the property tax numbers for 2013 now. Let's look at what happened to homeowner tax bills.
The LaGrange County BZA will hold a hearing prior to their July meeting to hear evidence on a building in downtown Topeka that has been partially torn down for well over a year.
Utility district holds on installation issue for Shipshewana project
Commissioners adopted an ordinance at Monday’s meeting that will raise the fees for recording a deed.