HEBRON | The town will open bids at its May 21 meeting for trash pickup for the coming year and hopes to reduce costs by only picking up recycling every other week.
HEBRON | In a move the Hebron Town Council hopes will save money and help with several projects it plans to do, the members voted unanimously at a special meeting Tuesday to eliminate the town's public works department.
HEBRON | Reaping almost $600,000 from the sale of the use of its water tower and of a cellphone tower on town property made last year a profitable year for Hebron.
HEBRON | Downtown visitors apparently will have another place to grab lunch in the spring.
HEBRON | The Town Council voted Tuesday for an ordinance supporting the effort by Porter County Assessor Jon Snyder to remove the tax exempt status from the Misty Glen apartment complex.
HEBRON | Cleaning up a few loose ends at the end of the year, the Town Council adopted a salary ordinance for 2013 and complied with nepotism and handicapped accessibility laws.
HEBRON | A smorgasbord of food, music and fun will be available for the fourth annual town block party to be held from noon to 7 p.m. Oct. 6 at Alyea Park.
HEBRON | The town's budget will be a little bigger in 2013 than this year, but it won't be because of a tax increase.
HEBRON | The Town Council could make a decision Wednesday on four offers to lease or buy antenna space on two towers controlled by the town. Either way it's going to provide the town with an early Christmas present.
HEBRON | The town will either be completely out of the cellphone tower business soon or partially in it. Either way, the Hebron Town Council expects to collect a tidy chunk of change.
HEBRON | The Hebron Town Council joined several other Northwest Indiana communities in complying with the state law requiring it to approve an anti-nepotism ordinance Tuesday.
HEBRON | The Town Council approved a two-year budget for its share of the county economic development income tax Tuesday that probably is a little optimistic.
HEBRON | The town is having a major power struggle with NIPSCO, as in town officials have been struggling for months to get the power turned on at two locations.
HEBRON | The monthly garbage fee isn't changing but the way the money will be used is.
HEBRON | The town is looking for a partner in salt.
HEBRON | Monday was a banner day for the town's upcoming block party. Tuesday was a banner-coming-down day.
HEBRON | The town is planning a 2012 budget that has $90,000 less in the general fund than it had for this year because of new tax caps and a drop in assessed value.
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