The Culver Town Council members held a public hearing this week to hear comments on a proposed additional appropriation ordinance.
Clerk-Treasurer Karen Heim said it was hard to guess what money would be spent toward efforts going for the Stellar Communities Designation Program in 2017 when the budget process was conducted in late fall of 2016.
The Marshall County Council is moving ahead with funding arrangements for improvements to some county buildings. On Monday, council members approved some additional appropriations requested by the County Commissioners. Continue reading →
The Marshall County Council made some funding arrangements Monday for the county’s Community Crossings projects, but lowered the cushion for potential cost overruns in the process. The state Community Crossings program provides a 50-50 match for road projects. Back in August, Marshall County was awarded a $1 million grant, the maximum available through the program. Continue reading →
The City of Plymouth is moving ahead with its $500,000 contribution to the Boys & Girls Club of Marshall County’s rebuilding project. The Common Council voted five-to-one Monday to appropriate that money out of the city’s Rainy Day Fund. Continue reading →
Incentives for a snack producer moving into the Marshall County Shell Building will be considered this evening by the Plymouth Common Council. Pretzels Inc. announced plans last week to spend $15 million to purchase and equip the building near Pioneer Drive and U.S. 30, creating 65 new jobs in the process. Continue reading →
The Boys & Girls Club of Marshall County’s efforts to replace much of its Plymouth facility with a new, larger one received a major boost Monday. The Plymouth Common Council narrowly voted to contribute $500,000 to the club’s $1.9 million capital campaign. Continue reading →
The City of Plymouth is finalizing some of the arrangements for its Community Crossings grant application. On Monday, the Plymouth Board of Works approved a list of 13 street projects to be submitted to the state for consideration for 50-50 matching funds. Continue reading →
The City of Plymouth continues making some of the arrangements for its Community Crossings grant application. The state program provides matching funds for street projects. During its last meeting, the Plymouth Common Council decided to go for a million dollars in matching money, the maximum amount available from the program. Continue reading →
Fireworks at the Marshall County Blueberry Festival were again up for discussion during Wednesday’s special session of the Plymouth Common Council. Last month, the Common Council voted to give the festival an additional $25,000 for this year’s fireworks, after festival organizers asked the city to fund the upgrades in recognition of the Blueberry Festival’s 50th anniversary. On Wednesday, council members formally decided to take that $25,000 out of the city’s General Fund. Continue reading →
The Plymouth Common Council will meet in special session this evening to consider some additional appropriations, following a public hearing. The resolutions under consideration involve the city’s General Fund, as well as its Cumulative Capital Improvement and Cumulative Capital Development Funds. Continue reading →