KOUTS | The Town Council now has a double rarity. Not only does it have a new Democrat, an endangered species in Kouts, it also has a woman member for the first time in several years.
KOUTS | The town's three Democratic precinct committeemen will meet at 6 p.m. March 20 at Town Hall to choose someone to fill the at-large council term of Orville Jefferson.
KOUTS | The Town Council satisfied the need to hire a building inspector at Monday's meeting. Now the town's Democratic precinct committeemen will have to fill the need for a new councilman.
KOUTS | The new year is bringing some changes to the town but not in the amount of money the fire department will receive in its annual contract with the Town Council.
KOUTS | Following a request from residents to maintain two alleys, the Kouts Town Council decided Monday it should consider developing a formal plan for maintaining all the alleys.
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 | To deal with the problem of unsafe buildings, the town plans to create an unsafe building authority.
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.
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