CEDAR LAKE | The town’s new bond rating is something to brag about, officials said.
MERRILLVILLE | The Town Council unanimously adopted an ordinance Tuesday authorizing a $1.9 million bond issue for paving projects throughout Merrillville.
MUNSTER | The Town Council on Monday authorized the sale of $1.97 million in 2013 general obligation bonds to pay the costs of various projects.
MUNSTER | The Town Council on Monday approved the lease/purchase of six new police vehicles to replace older squad cars for $112,415.25.
LANSING | Busted boilers are just one reason the Lansing Elementary District 158 Board of Education is expected to vote on the sale of $10 million in bonds at its May 15 meeting.
ST. JOHN | The town’s Redevelopment Commission had a banner financial year during 2012, according to a report prepared by the accounting firm of Cender & Co. LLC of Merrillville and delivered to the commission Thursday by St. John Town Manager Steve Kil.
GLENWOOD | The Brookwood Middle School building, at 200 E. Glenwood-Lansing Road, is the focus of a referendum Tuesday for voters who live in the Brookwood School District 167, which includes Glenwood and parts of Lansing, Lynwood and Chicago Heights.
SAUK VILLAGE | Residents will get the chance Saturday to express their views on whether the village should get its drinking water from Lake Michigan.
The Lake Central bond issue which will be voted on in Nov. 8 would increase our tax rate 48.38 cents, based on $100 assessed valuation. (Not 20 cents as originally posted last year.)
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