County commissioners voted to move ahead with a brownfield project in LaGrange at Monday’s meeting.
The Town of Shipshewana thought it had an agreement worked out with the three townships that its fire department services.
It was the sixth time that LaGrange attorney Darin Schrock and his wife, Jolene, had traveled to Ethiopia. The first three times had been to adopt their three children.
LaGrange County Council members approved a number of concepts presented for their review at Monday’s meeting.
Jeffery W. Wible
LaGrange County Prosecutor
Members of the LaGrange County Council adopted a budget for 2014 at Monday’s meeting. There were only a few changes made to the budget as agreed to after the last budget workshop.
Last week, the Topeka Town Council received an update on the unsafe buildings at the corner of Main and Lake streets from Town Attorney Bill Eberhard.
A report by the special prosecutor appointed to review the State Board of Accounts (SBoA) 2010 audit of LaGrange County has been returned.
Indiana Senate President Pro Tem David Long of Ft. Wayne has appointed State Senator Sue Glick of LaGrange as chair of the Child Custody and Support Advisory Committee for 2013.
“I don’t want our board to be a hold-up on anything that involves economic development,” said Ron Kantorak, chairman of the LaGrange County Utility District.
Pushed by its neighbor to the north, Indiana has finally agreed to spend money to find out where the Hoosier state officially begins and Michigan ends.
Utility district holds on installation issue for Shipshewana project