The Michigan City Tree Board will be partnering again with NIPSCO this year to give away some trees to residents of Michigan City at the opening of the Michigan City Farmers' Market on Saturday, May 4. Please follow this link: https://energysavingtrees.arborday.org/#Home to reserve a 1-gallon or 3-gallon tree.
At the April 8, 2019 Meeting, the Michigan City Redevelopment Commission approved the expansion of the Façade Improvement Program and Upper Story Residential Incentive Program. The original program established in 2013 was limited to areas within the North Tax Increment Financing (TIF) District bounded by 11th Street to the south, 4th Street to the north, Pine Street to the east and Wabash Street to the west.
Water, gas, and electricity. Three utilities familiar to any home or business owner. They are the fundamental elements that allow a house or business serve its purpose. However, if you shift away from homes and toward businesses, specifically manufacturing or industry, the field of utilities widens to create space for one more utility: compressed air.
The Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District (NICTD) is holding a Vendor/Contractor Open House on Wednesday, April 17, 2019 from 10:00 a.m until 11:30 a.m. at the Hammond Sportsplex and Community Center at 6630 Indianapolis Blvd. in Hammond, Indiana.
On behalf of the First United Methodist Church of Crown Point and the Courthouse Foundation, we want to wish Crown Point a belated Happy April Fools’ Day, and to express the hope that we were able to bring you a smile on a cold Monday morning.
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The Porter County Chapter of the Izaak Walton League of America recently installed specially designed roosting structures on a local conservation property to help several species of endangered bats. They were assisted by the Kankakee Valley Rural Electric Membership Cooperative, (KV REMC) an electric utility cooperative serving over 18,500 member-consumers in Starke, LaPorte, Porter, Lake, St. Joseph, Pulaski and Marshall Counties.