The city is taking on $25 million in sewer projects, including a series of new lines that will satisfy a long-term control plan required by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management.
Plans for the 169-home neighborhood come on the heels of a similar plan for the same site that won city approval over the objections of neighbors but never broke ground.
Construction of the $3.4 million Overley-Worman Park, a former 47-acre quarry near Eagle Creek and Zionsville Road, is scheduled to start later this year. It will bring mountain-biking trails and other recreation opportunities to Zionsville by early 2022.
The Kansas City, Missouri-based developer was granted tax abatement for a second phase of its 160-acre Hub I-65 warehouse and distribution project, the first phase of which is nearly finished.
London-based DS Smith has designed a line of recyclable cardboard cutouts to fill stadium seats during the COVID-19 pandemic. The company is now looking to professional and amateur sports teams as potential buyers.
Round Room, a holding company for wireless retailers, plans to relocate from Carmel to Fishers by early next year. The move to the 190,000-square-foot building will give the company room to grow.
The candidates will face a slate of almost exclusively Republican primary winners this November in their bids for county treasurer, auditor, surveyor, county commissioner and county council.