HOBART | The city is reviewing information provided by residents as Hobart officials continue developing potential projects for the city’s 10-year comprehensive plan.
HOBART | A familiar face in Hobart is returning to City Hall.
HOBART | City officials are still searching for a full-time city planner.
HOBART | A former bridal shop will now become a family's home following recent approval by city officials.
HOBART | The City Council and Mayor Brian Snedecor had only well-wishes Wednesday for City Planner A. J. Bytnar, who has resigned effective Jan. 4.
HOBART | City Planner A. J. Bytnar has resigned his position effective Jan. 4 to head back to school for an advanced degree.
HOBART | The chairman of Friends of Robinson Lake considers the Hobart Marsh area an "oasis of nature."
HOBART | City Planner A. J. Bytnar likened rewriting the city's new comprehensive master plan to completing a college term paper.
HOBART | The City Council has cleared the way for construction of a new $5.7 million, 100,000-square-foot building in Northwood Crossings.
HOBART | The Hobart Marsh planning sessions will continue for two more days with public input sought, city officials said.
HOBART | Louis Mikolics has been farming for 60 years, but he's not afraid to try something new.
HOBART | New plans are being proposed for Silverstone Crossing that would include an indoor go-cart track and skydiving business, City Planner A.J. Bytnar said.
HOBART| A Crown Point man is planning to build a website-based, photo-to-canvas business on a vacant lot just off the city's downtown.
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