HOBART | The City Council is not prepared to hammer out proposed changes to its property maintenance regulations.
HOBART | A top five list of residents' complaints compiled by the city will be made part of a new property maintenance ordinance the City Council is considering.
HOBART | The City Council on Wednesday tabled a tax abatement request for a $2.2 million medical/office center to be built off 61st Avenue near Interstate 65.
CROWN POINT | Friday's passage of a Lake County income tax relieved supporters, disgusted opponents, and amazed everyone following the impassioned debate.
HOBART | The Lake George Commercial Historic District has expanded its boundaries.
HOBART | The City Council has given final approval to the Hobart Marsh Plan after several months of fine-tuning by officials.
HOBART | The Hobart City Council is considering what some believe is a cost-effective move for compensating the city's cross-trained firefighters.
CROWN POINT | Lake County is one step closer to a local income tax.
HOBART | The Lake George Commercial Historic District may soon be expanding, city officials said.
HOBART | City officials are exploring the possibility of privatizing Hobart's emergency medical services, said City Councilman David Vinzant, D-5th.
HOBART | The City Council on Wednesday picked a new leader to chair meetings if Mayor Brian Snedecor is absent.
HOBART | The City Council on Wednesday agreed to put additional silencers in place in regard to its existing noise ordinance.
HOBART | Plans for a new microbrewery/brew pub off of U.S. 30 are advancing.
NEW CHICAGO | The town of New Chicago has joined forces with two other communities asking Lake County officials to approve a 1 percent personal income tax.
HOBART | The City Council on Wednesday unanimously approved a resolution asking county officials to approve a 1 percent personal income tax.
HOBART | The City Council still is revising an ordinance regulating vicious animals, council President David Vinzant said.
HOBART | The City Council on Wednesday granted final approval to an average 2 percent boost in pay for city employees next year.
HOBART | The City Council last week approved, in an initial reading, an average 2 percent boost in pay for city employees next year.
HOBART | City Council members unanimously approved a state-mandated nepotism policy last week, but they made it clear they weren't pleased about the order.
HOBART | The heat was on at the City Council meeting Wednesday night. Residents lobbied for a stricter dog ordinance and council members discussed proper decorum of one of their own.
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