Don’t miss your chance to give the gift of life this holiday season. Just one blood donation can help save up to three local individuals in need of assistance.
Mayor of Plymouth Mark Senter is hosting a blood drive this Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon at the Plymouth Fire Station. All December donors will receive a voucher for a free turkey. Continue reading
Officials cut the ribbon on INDOT’s new Plymouth Sub District facility at 2845 Jack Greenlee Drive located north of U.S. 30 off of Pioneer Drive.
INDOT Commissioner Joe McGuiness from Indianapolis said the former facility off of old U.S. 31 served this part of the district for a number of years.
“Our original facility in Plymouth here served us well for almost 40 years, but it certainly doesn’t have the modern features and amenities that we all desire in today’s workplace,” said Commissioner McGuiness. “This facility is truly state of the art. It has a new main building, the salt building, a full-service garage and eight maintenance bays. It’s 40,000 square feet. The salt building holds about 7,300 tons of salt and about 10,000 gallons of brine.” Continue reading
Officials are conducting a parking study in downtown Plymouth and need your help.
Plymouth city officials and members of Discover Plymouth along with the Michiana Area Council of Governments (MACOG) are working to understand the current parking capacity, identify areas of deficiencies, ease of parking, and the overall parking needs in downtown Plymouth. Information received in this study will help the city determine better parking options, signage or other parking improvements. Continue reading
Mayor of Plymouth Mark Senter will be hosting a blood drive today at the Plymouth Farmer’s Market from 8 a.m. until noon. All blood donated will remain within the community and could potentially save up to three local lives.
The drive can be found at the corner of Garro and River Street. To make an appointment, visit givebloodnow.com and enter Plymouth as the sponsor code or contact the Mayor’s Office at 574-936-6717. Walk-ins are also welcome. All donors will receive a complimentary mug from The Medical Foundation.
Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter appeared before the Marshall County Commissioners last week to request the renaming of a bridge in Plymouth.
Even though the Michigan Street bridge is in the city it is under the county jurisdiction. He asked that the bridge be renamed the Thomas Chamberlin Memorial Bridge. Chamberlin served the community with honor as the county sheriff for many years and a leader in other respects. He passed away Friday, Aug. 28, 2015 after a battle with cancer.
U.S. 30 is likely to be upgraded to freeway standards in the next 10 years, so now’s the time for local residents to get together and offer their input. That’s what a consultant working with the statewide U.S. 30 Coalition told residents during an informational meeting Wednesday in Hamlet.
The City of Plymouth is a step closer to getting state funding for street improvements. An updated pavement asset management plan was approved by the board of works Monday.
Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter signed an executive order at the end of April that restricts the placement of small wireless devices and the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety took further action on that document.
City Attorney Sean Surrisi said a state law passed in the final days of the General Assembly broadens access to government-owned right-of-way for the placement of cell phone antennae on poles of 50 feet or less. There was a provision in the law that the city wouldn’t have any review process over the location of those poles unless it is in a designated area for underground utilities.
The Plymouth City Economic Development Commission will be gaining traction again with several public/private projects on tap this year.
The Marshall County Council members have an opportunity to appoint a member to the organization. Mayor Mark Senter presented the council with a recommendation to the commission on Monday morning.
The city building in downtown Plymouth will undergo some necessary renovation work this fall.
Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter said several instances have led to the decision to renovate.
New housing, parks, and job opportunities are a few of the things Plymouth residents can expect to see in the near future, according to Mayor Mark Senter. During his annual State of the City Address Monday, Senter gave an update on the city’s progress in implementing its 2013 Comprehensive Plan. Continue reading
Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter will deliver his annual State of the City Address tonight. It will take place during the Plymouth Common Council regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. Continue reading
The Plymouth Board of Works got an update Monday on a few street projects taking place in the city. Continue reading
Several of Plymouth’s appointed officials will keep their seats for another term. On Tuesday, the Plymouth Common Council voted to reappoint Billy Ellinger and Mike Miley to the city’s redevelopment commission for another year. Continue reading
The Plymouth Common Council continues its preparations for 2017. During tonight’s meeting, council members are expected to make appointments to the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission and the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation Board. Mayor Mark Senter will also announce his appointments for several committees. Continue reading
The next member of the Plymouth Common Council was introduced during Monday’s meeting. Bill Walters was selected to fill the remainder of Mike Delp’s term during a Republican Party caucus last week. Continue reading
A man who was rescued from the brink of death publicly thanked the first responders and others who helped save his life, during Monday’s Plymouth Board of Works meeting. Continue reading
The Plymouth Board of Works hopes that a couple new stops signs will correct a potential safety hazard in the city. The board voted Monday to make the intersection of Hillcrest, Pearson, and Westgate a four-way stop, after city officials received several complaints from residents. Continue reading
To what degree government units should be responsible for late fees assessed on their utility bills was debated during Monday’s Plymouth Common Council meeting. Continue reading
The City of Plymouth is disbanding its Downtown Revitalization Committee. Continue reading