Police stations across the country have started offering space for these business exchanges, saying it’s a win-win-win—strangers meet in a safe spot, police help prevent crime, and the danger of doing business on Craigslist decreases.
The complaint, which was filed by Republican mayoral challenger Jeff Harpe, argued that Westfield officials violated Indiana's Open Door Law during the process of approving plans to build an indoor soccer facility at Grand Park sports campus.
Anderson-based Ricker’s new gas station and convenience store at 146th Street and Carey Road in Westfield offers made-to-order burritos and self-serve frozen yogurt. The Anderson-based company plans to use the Westfield site as a model for its next generation of stores.
The city of Westfield and its school district recently exchanged their homegrown network for $5 million in in-kind services. As a result of the agreement, city and school officials will not have to worry about things like paying for Internet service for the next 10 years.