Francesville Town Council

Upcoming road closures and the long debated chicken ordinance were just a few highlights of a regular Francesville Town Council meeting held on Monday, June 21. One of the items of new business that was brought up is the U.S. 421 month-long road construction closure that is set to start around the...
Francesville is looking for a little help with finances and council members are working to secure a solid future.  Clerk-treasurer Cathy Elston spoke with the town council a few weeks back about the way Baker Tilly will now be charging customers. The town typically pays the financial consultants by...
Francesville residents will still be able to use the recycling carts in town but as of the beginning of the year curbside recycling will no longer be available.
As of the first of the year, Francesville will no longer be offering curbside recycling.  Town council members discussed whether to continue with curbside recycling during a few of the previous meetings as they wanted to see how many people were participating and how much time was being spent on it...
Some changes have been made to the Francesville town ordinances as the town council attempts to clean up some issues happening in the town limits.  The council recently heard several complaints about vehicles, public nuisances and animals. To address the complaints, the council looked at what...
Francesville Town Council members are weighing their options as they are facing several issues that can’t be easily fixed.  During a meeting on Aug. 3, the council voiced their frustration on the lack of cooperation from the county and the lack of power they have as a council.  The frustration is...
Francesville Town Marshal Doug Lee asked to move the police department office in an effort to make it more visible.  Lee spoke with the council during a regular meeting on June 16. He would like to move into another office as the room he is currently using for an office is more of a closet.  Lee...
Resurfacing on a few streets in Francesville and updating of some water meters will begin after July 11.  Town manager Brad Stevens updated the town council, during a regular meeting on June 1, on when the work will start. The roadwork includes Montgomery Street from the railroad tracks to Market...
Facial covers are no longer being enforced in Pulaski County as the town ordinances and county order have been repealed.  The town councils of Winamac and Francesville both approved to repeal the facial covering ordinance during emergency meetings on May 13. The ordinances, local disaster emergency...
Francesville Town Council members are preparing to see a reduction in the amount of tax distributions that will be received in June.  Clerk-treasurer Cathy Elston told the council, during a regular meeting on May 4, she has been receiving emails informing her that the town may not receive the full...
Francesville Town Council members have approved to increase the rent of EMS that is using a part of the town hall as a second location in the county.  The council discussed creating a contract, during a previous meeting, but wanted more information from the town attorney, Justin Schramm, before...

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