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August 26th, 2014
Putting the emphasis on defense.
PLYMOUTH â€” AK Industries, Inc. and Composite Technology Assemblies, LLC were approved for tax abatement by the Plymouth council Monday.
Jerry Chavez, the executive director for the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation, said: â€śOn behalf of the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation board of directors who ask your support for this resolution before you which is valuable that we recognize businesses in the area continually that make capital investments, create jobs, and itâ€™s a tool that you will consider, tax abatement, that allows them to move forward,â€ť said Chavez.
CROMWELL â€” Kosciusko County Sheriffâ€™s Department Deputies and the Kosciusko County Coronerâ€™s Officer investigated a shooting late Monday evening which has left one man dead.
According to the press release issued at 10:30 p.m. yesterday, officers responded to a 6:50 p.m. 9-1-1 call of a shooting incident that had occurred in the 9000 block of E. Doswell Drive, Cromwell, in Kosciusko County.
Deputies from the Kosciusko County Sheriffâ€™s Department arrived and secured the scene, locating two male individuals outside the residence with gunshot wounds.
The Union-North United School Corporation will hold its regular meeting on August 28, 2014 in the media center of the high school.
Below is posted their proposed agenda.
UNION-NORTH UNITED SCHOOL CORPORATION
BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES MEETING
August 28, 2014
Immediately Following the Board of Directors of the Building Corporation Meeting
The meeting will be held in the LaVille Jr.-Sr. High School, Media Center 69969 US 31 South, Lakeville, IN 46536
ORDER OF BUSINESS:
Meeting Called to Order: ____________
A. Pledge of Allegiance:
B. Roll Call:
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” The Crossing, a faith-based alternative education organization started their first day of classes on Aug. 1. There were 12 morning session participants and three afternoon participants. There is a maximum capacity of 48 students. The program was designed to give at-risk youth a second chance. Full story in today's Pilot News.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” Today's digital world offers people instant access to information. Marshall County offers a wide variety of services through its website. In today's Pilot News you can read about what services are available through the website.
Bremen will start its latest football season on Friday night at Plymouth. Watch for the game story in the Aug. 28 edition
Bremen residents will celebrate the retirement party for deputy clerk-treasurer Karen Graverson on Aug. 27 at the Bremen Town Hall. The public is invited to share refreshments.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” The Marshall County Highway Department gave a lengthy report to the county commissioners on Monday morning. The report included progress on a contract with North Central Co-op for fuel and card readers to make monitoring of where the fuel goes more efficient.
One of the first companies asked the commissioners to approve their application for a road cut to tap into the Metronet near 4A Road. In addition the department and the commissioners discussed three possible new speed limit sign locations and hiring of a new employee.
The details are in today's Pilot News.
LAKEVILLE â€” The Lakeville Town Council discussed the comprehensive plan for the town's future development on Wednesday. The opening of the new US Highway 31 will draw some traffic away from the town. However, with Potato Creek, Newton Park, the lakes and wetlands and Notre Dame not too far away as well as the current four lane highway the council feels the town still has a lot to offer.
The specifics can be read in today's Pilot News.