HAMMOND | Hammond is moving its recycling program from a division of the Department of Public Works to a private contractor.
HAMMOND | Heather Garay will take over as Hammond's new controller, following the departure of Robert Lendi after 10 years with the city.
HAMMOND | City Controller Robert Lendi started his career in accounting, largely because his professor pushed him into seeking a college degree.
HAMMOND | Debate over firefighters' seniority days began in the Hammond City Council chambers Monday, but discussion was tabled for a future meeting.
HAMMOND | The Hammond Board of Public Works and Safety has requested an investigation to see if a new ordinance is considered an unfair labor action between the city of Hammond and Hammond Firefighters Local 556.
HAMMOND | Three weeks after Hammond firefighters and the city signed a contract, an ordinance pitched by 6th District Councilman Homero Hinojosa is causing tempers to flare.
HAMMOND | The Board of Public Works and Safety will re-advertise bids in an effort to privatize the city's recycling department.
Hammond Controller Robert Lendi has refused to provide the Hammond City Council with details as to the services provided by Regional Data Services. This company furnishes the city with the software for all city accounting.
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