Dyer Government News
DYER | Town officials are still considering decreasing the cost of a pinball license even if other communities have not done so.
DYER | The Dyer Redevelopment Commission will pursue another route to install a sidewalk between the Castlewood subdivision and the Walgreens …
DYER | While the Town Council has agreed to consider a recent request for a tax abatement, members also say that jobs for Dyer residents will …
People doing backyard bird watching aren't likely to see chickens in their subdivisions, but it could become more common if some local residen…
DYER | The family of a fallen Dyer soldier has received a copy of special resolution passed in his honor.
DYER | The town has the cash to buy a new street sweeper, but some Town Council officials wondered if it might not be cheaper to rent one.
DYER | The Town Council approved the appointment of a new Park Board member during a special meeting held before this month's study session.
DYER | The Dyer Chamber of Commerce Corn Roast will be back and bigger than ever in 2013.
DYER | The town accepted two donations and got the news that another donation will weigh half a ton.
DYER | The town will hold a public hearing June 13 on a proposed property tax that would benefit Dyer’s park.
DYER | The town wants two out of three tax sale parcels the county recently made available to it.
MERRILLVILLE | A skilled nursing and assisted living facility has been proposed for Merrillville's south side.
DYER | The Town Council should have an interlocal agreement for a school resource officer in place soon.
DYER | The era of the Pinball Wizard is over, and the town is going to tweak its ordinance accordingly.
DYER | The Town Council reviewed the Berens Monaldi stormwater project during its April study session.
DYER | The Town Council has started in earnest a process that may establish a Park Board cumulative capital fund for the town’s parks.
DYER | The town already recycles its electronics, but is now looking at a potential contract that could earn it cash for those recyclables.
DYER | The town is looking for a new park board member.
DYER | A tax rate for the town’s parks would mean new projects and money for park upkeep.
DYER | The Dyer Park Board is getting $200,000 in Redevelopment Commission money to tackle various projects in Central Park.
DYER | The Town Council has awarded a contract to build quiet zone improvements at the Hart Street rail crossing.
DYER | Town officials are making a field trip to Michigan City’s water department this month to consult with officials on their use of wireles…
Responsibilities can vary for those in town administration roles in local communities, but an aspect of the position that is consistent is the…
DYER | With bids out for the railroad quiet zone project, work could begin as early as this month.
DYER | Removing the Castlewood turn lane on U.S. 30 is not in the town’s best interests, the Town Council has decided.
DYER | The Police Department needs four new vehicles and is asking the town to pay for three of them.
DYER | Officials are taking applications for Dyer’s spot on an Amtrak committee.
DYER | Angry residents crowded a meeting last week on the proposed Main Street extension.
DYER | Dyer has scheduled a meeting for 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Town Hall to talk about the proposed extension of Main Street into Illinois.
DYER | The Town Council has approved changes to Dyer’s public nuisance ordinance.
Merrillville turned its emergency medical services over to a private ambulance company in 2008 as a way to cut costs, Merrillville Fire Chief …
DYER | The Town Council may help decide the fate of the proposed Castlewood turn lane this month.
DYER | The town has roughly $500,000 currently available to tackle road projects that have continued into this year.
A story in some Monday editions misidentified Dyer Town Councilwoman Debbie Astor.
DYER | Town Council members have decided they are not interested in forming a fire territory with neighboring towns.
DYER | The town has been asked to provide a member to a new committee that will examine flagging Amtrak ridership.
DYER | Dyer officials have set up a meeting with the owner of Longwood Golf Course to turn the property into a stormwater reservoir.
DYER | The Town Council has approved hiring five new firefighters.
INDIANAPOLIS | The future of the South Shore Line and its governing board would be the topic of a General Assembly study this summer under leg…
DYER | After a lot of talk to the contrary, Dyer’s fall festival, Hometown Celebration, is a go for 2013.
DYER | The Town Council has filled some remaining board and commission spots.
DYER | Dyer might have difficulty proceeding with its plans to install a sidewalk between Castlewood subdivision and the Walgreens on U.S. 30.
DYER | A few of the players have dropped out, but enough showed up recently to make the second discussion of a fire territory a lively one.
MUNSTER | The Town Council recently voted to adopt the revised Code of Ethics and Values written by representatives of the Shared Ethics Advis…
DYER | The town has formally agreed to co-fund a school resource officer position at Lake Central High School.
DYER | The Dyer Town Council has taken final action to give part-time employees and firefighters a bonus.
DYER | The Town Council on Thursday narrowly approved the appointment of a council member to the 2013 Redevelopment Commission.
DYER | The town has tweaked its personnel rules so that they align with an earlier anti-nepotism policy.
DYER | The Town Council has approved the use of Redevelopment Commission money to buy a firetruck.
DYER | A plan to implement changes stipulated by the Americans with Disabilities Act was approved by the Town Council at last week's meeting.
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