That was not case in Westfield, where voters approved a property-tax change to help fund operations at the fast-growing Westfield Washington Schools district.
Westfield City Council approves term limits despite legal concerns
The ordinance limits the mayor and city council members to two consecutive four-year terms and the clerk-treasurer to three consecutive four-year terms.Read More
Developer plans 192-unit senior living community near Grand Park Sports Campus
If approved, Traditions at Grand Park would be developed near the intersection of West 186th Street and Kinsey Avenue.Read More
North of 96th roundup: Dick’s, Capriotti’s, Angelo’s Italian Market plan openings
Several new restaurants, retailers and businesses have recently opened or are planning to open their doors in Boone and Hamilton counties.Read More
Westfield City Council to consider term limits for mayor, council, clerk-treasurer
The requirements would take effect with elected terms beginning in January 2024, according to the ordinance. Time in office before 2024 would not count toward the term limits.Read More
The Bethesda, Maryland-based liquor superstore chain will open the 34,000-square-foot store—its largest in Indiana—on Sept. 28 at Cool Creek Commons at 2520 E. 146th St. in Westfield.
The city of Westfield announced that seven proposals are under consideration from bidders interested in acquiring Grand Park Sports Campus or operating it through a public-private partnership.
Taranis, which was founded in Israel in 2015 and moved its headquarters to Westfield in 2020, offers a software platform farmers can use to monitor and manage their crops.
Pittsburgh-based Giant Eagle swooped into the Indianapolis market in October 2015 by opening a Market District supermarket in Carmel. It also owns more than 50 GetGo Cafe + Market stores in central Indiana.
The offices of Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard, Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness, Noblesville Mayor Chris Jensen and Westfield Mayor Andy Cook either declined to say whether they were running again in 2023 or didn’t respond to inquiries.
Duke Energy Indiana is planning to expand transmission lines, but residents are worried that some routes being considering would spoil the trail and tree-lined neighborhoods.
Willis will face fellow Republican City Councilor and Westfield High School Football Coach Jake Gilbert in the May 2023 primary. Mayor Andy Cook has not publicly announced if he will seek a fifth term.
Holladay Properties says a “global company” is interested in occupying the whole 180-acre park proposed in rural Westfield and wants to move quickly.
The desire to connect with people who are passionate about anything with wheels and a motor led entrepreneur Jay Farmer to open Motor District Garage Condos in Westfield.
Plans call for the Springwater development to have 90 residences that will include 32 townhouses, 25 traditional single-family homes and 33 large single-family homes.
The city of Westfield on Monday released the results of two appraisals that will be used when it considers a deal with companies interested in owning or operating Grand Park Sports Campus.
Companies interested in buying or operating Grand Park Sports Campus will now have until Aug. 8 to submit proposals.
Indianapolis’ north suburbs are gaining yet another chicken tenders restaurant, but are losing a food-delivery service and a combination bookstore and bar.
Slim Chickens, which offers a menu that includes chicken tenders, wings, sandwiches, wraps, chicken and waffles, and salads, has about 150 restaurants in at least 29 states, plus the United Kingdom and Kuwait.
After a primary race decided by a dozen votes, Republican Fred Glynn will face Democratic candidate Victoria Garcia Wilburn in November.
The high-end townhouses would be constructed on 11 acres of land at the Westfield Yard Planned Unit Development District near State Road 32 and Gray Road.
The three proposed projects would add 471 living units to the 220-acre development south of Grand Park Sports Campus.
Jessica Paxson, who has served as Hamilton County’s deputy prosecutor for seven years, will run as a Democrat.
Westfield failed to become the fourth Hamilton County city to upgrade its class status over the past decade. A move to second class would expand the city council and make other governing changes.