A story that appeared in Tuesday's edition incorrectly reported the name of the Kouts fire chief and the company hired to maintain the town's emergency sirens.
KOUTS | Fire Chief Don Sutter* got the council's attention Monday. When asked how things were going, Sutter said, "Not so good."
KOUTS | The ordinance requiring vehicles in residential areas of Kouts to be parked on hard surfaces is back on the books, in an amended form from the original -- but it was not an action the Town Council seemed eager to take Monday.
KOUTS | This downtown park idea is catching on in Porter County.
KOUTS | It could take a while for the Town Council to appoint a new marshal. It's not because it doesn't have any candidates. It's because it has too many.
KOUTS | The Town Council still isn't satisfied with a proposed ordinance to prohibit parking in the front yards of homes or in yards abutting a Kouts street.
KOUTS | What happens when Kouts' residents' wells aren't well?
KOUTS | The town is again at odds with the Porter County E-911 department over installation of new equipment for the emergency communication system used by the Kouts Volunteer Fire Department.
KOUTS | The Town Council will hear comments at its Aug. 20 meeting on the proposed redistricting for the four council districts.
KOUTS | The Town Council was able to wrap up most of the business left over from 2011 and get itself organized for the coming year.
KOUTS | The Town Council on Monday tentatively approved a contract for the operation of its sewer, water and street departments but balked at the fire department's request for a 5 percent increase in its annual payment.
KOUTS | Following a plea from Fire Chief Don Sutter, the Town Council on Monday approved an agreement with Porter County for placement of an E911 antenna on its blue water tower.
KOUTS | An agreement with Porter County to move the E911 antenna to the town's other water tower was delayed again Monday after the Town Council refused to pay to have its lawyer draft the agreement.
KOUTS | After being retired from public life for a year, Jim Murphy had decided he liked it and would take another year off. That second year lasted barely two weeks.
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