CROWN POINT | The Lake County Council has tentatively passed a 3 percent pay raise for most, but not all full-time county government employees.
CROWN POINT | Lake officials may lose $2.6 million a year in public safety funds if Cedar Lake, St. John and Schererville won't merge their police, fire and emergency medical service communications by year's end.
CROWN POINT | Lake County Council President Ted Bilski has a 3 percent solution for county employees wanting a pay raise.
CROWN POINT | Lake County police officers and the County Council faced off Tuesday over the failure of contract talks to produce pay raises.
CROWN POINT | Lake politicians could find their labor supporters have become angry protesters this fall if a dispute over county police lingers.
CROWN POINT | Budget makers for county government started work Thursday with a $10 million surplus and almost as many suggestions of how to spend it.
CROWN POINT | Lake officials have called the plumbers into the county jail, which is leaking red ink.
CROWN POINT | Lake County government employees have watched their elected officials lavish tens of million this year on everyone but them.
CROWN POINT | Republicans have opted not to oppose six incumbent Democratic elected officials this fall.
CROWN POINT | Lake officials fear a public safety crisis in three suburban towns if they don't soon join the new county E-911 system.
The Lake County Council did what it had to do in eliminating the work release program to pay for the additional correctional officers needed at the Lake County Jail.
CROWN POINT | Lake County Council members said Tuesday they are considering pay raises next year for all county government employees.
CROWN POINT | Lake County officials will close the sheriff's work-release program and lay off its 28 county employees to find the money to hire new corrections officers and mental health professionals to serve jail inmates.
Are you a "little guy" feeling stomped upon by bigger local government?
Lake County government is now alone in declining to pay for ethics training for employees. That's shameful. Porter and LaPorte counties have already committed to joining the Shared Ethics Advisory Commission.
The deadline for accomplishing E-911 consolidation in Lake County is just nine months away, yet four communities are still dragging their feet.
CROWN POINT | The Lake County Council has left a message with E-911 -- no new taxes.
CROWN POINT | The Lake County Council narrowly voted to borrow $20 million to launch a consolidated E-911 service despite concerns about the cost.
CROWN POINT | If this winter's snow and cold hasn't gotten you down yet, just wait until you get the bill.
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