The Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor is accepting written requests and comments on the gas rate increase until Sept. 21 and wastewater rate increase comments until Nov. 10.
The Washington Township board voted earlier Tuesday to put the proposed tax hike on November ballots, but the overall decision hinged on whether Clay Township would also agree on the referendum.
Westfield has issued a request for proposals for a restaurant and catering business to lease space in its new indoor soccer facility—even though the city named Jonathan Byrd’s as its partner two years ago and doesn’t expect to select another company.
More than $235 million worth of development is anticipated or already under construction along the roadway through Carmel and Westfield—and that doesn’t include a handful of the projects with undisclosed costs.
An idea that started with professional sports teams and worked its way through colleges and universities has taken root in public schools around the United States.
The south side institution said on its Facebook page that it has “run its course in Greenwood,” although the Byrd Conference Center there will continue operations.
Westfield filed the lawsuit earlier this year, seeking $3 million from Illinois-based Turf Solutions Group LLC and its bonding company, Oklahoma-based Granite RE Inc., for breach of contract and negligence.
Metal Powder Products, a Westfield-based manufacturer, has been acquired by New York-based private equity firm Millstein & Co., the companies announced Monday.
Mainly known for its restaurant and catering, Greenwood-based Jonathan Byrd’s continues to beef up its resume and is expand its presence at Westfield’s Grand Park Sports Campus again.
House Bill 1386, which would also tweak a 2015 law that deals with regulations for the vaping industry, was passed by Senate 63-30 on Monday.
Grand Park Sports Campus topped 1 million visitors last year, which helped to more than double visitor spending in the community and push the economic impact to more than $150 million.
Belden, who served on the Hamilton County Council for 23 years, coached football at Carmel, Westfield and Noblesville high schools and won four state championships.
Casey Wright has licensed Ninja Zone to 130 gymnastics clubs in 42 states enrolling 10,000 boys. She hopes to hit 500 gyms by the end of this year.
A citizen-led task force is trying to protect more than 3,000 acres in the southwest corner of Westfield from future high-density development.