The Shipshewana Town Council approved moving ahead with the proposed 2015 Fire Service Agreement with the town and Newbury, Van Buren and Clay townships.
The Shipshewana Town Council approved new sewer and storm water rates that will begin later this summer.
The Shipshewana Town Council authorized creating a bid package for work to improve North Street as work on the Morton Street extension continues.
The Shipshewana Town Council is reviewing options for improvements to North Street as work on the Morton Street extension continues.
The Town of Shipshewana has started the process to grant a tax abatement for a facility to be built by EZ Freeze on North Village Drive.
All four parties have now signed the agreements for fire protection service from the Shipshewana Fire Department.
The Shipshewana Town Council approved the first phase of upgrading the town’s water meters.
The Town of Shipshewana thought it had an agreement worked out with the three townships that its fire department services.
The Shipshewana Police Department submitted a request for a new car with all-wheel drive at Thursday’s council meeting.
The Shipshewana Town Council approved a recommendation to call the last four years of the 2006 bonds that financed the Shipshewana Event Center.
The Shipshewana Town Council heard a request from Phil Hyerly, representing the Blue Gate Garden Inn, to adjust the facility’s utility bill.
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.
The Shipshewana Town Council took action on three recommendations brought by Shipshewana Town Marshal Tom Fitch at Thursday’s meeting.
Following up on action taken at the last Shipshewana Town Council meeting, the town is moving ahead with an amended no parking ordinance.
The Shipshewana Event Center (formerly the Town Center) is getting a new sign.
The Shipshewana Town Council approved the town’s Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) transition plan Thursday evening.
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 renegotiating the lease agreement with the Shipshewana Area Historical Society, which uses the Farver School.