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Delphi Carroll County Comet Newspaper Archives Jan 5 1983, Page 1

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Delphi Carroll County Comet (Newspaper) - January 5, 1983, Delphi, Indiana In state a a or division Issei i ref of it a a to it a a i a. A. V r i ,1 to 7 a Vii Ras rom a a a a i see 25t Delphi Pion r lore a. A 967 1397 uses 285-840 Democrat est 1839 and Flora consolidate of Delph %0mmm journal citizen est number 1 wednesday i a a a tits contracts St a pfc j a a a a a j or a a Carroll county commissioners in their first Rapter session of 1913 reorganized monday. Junior Maxwell of Jackson township a named Dnan of the Board of commissioners and Byron Jervis of Monroe township vice chairman. Both j Are Reppert of Tipp Ccaude township. A Democrat is tit Lvi member of the Board Blad will serve As financial Chat Naii. Jervis was elected chairman of the drainage Board with Maxwell vice chairman. 4 a Robert Debelak of Wadd mini township a Republican was reappointed county Highway supervisor. Hts salary is ,415. Or Spiry Bowman of Burlington township a Democrat was names to continue As assistant Highway supervisor. His is is 5,945. Emerson of Delphi was Rcpt Fri ital county attorney Board attorney and of safety director. Craig of Tippecanoe township was reappointed drainage Board Secretary. The contract for courthouse custodian and Matron went again to Harold and Mary Margaret Pearson of Flora salaries Are is 1,805 and $7,380 respectively. Nancy Cripe Delphi City Council member reported the Ida Indiana data and communications system used by Delphi City police is obsolete. It also was used by Carroll county police. It was Quot pointed out that the county will need to Purchase a new one for the new jail which will be used by the whole county. R it was decided to Purchase a soft. By 12 it. Building at accost of s745 to be located on the courthouse Lawn for storage of the Lawnmower and i a. Are no appointments were made at the City Council meeting in Delphi monday night As a mayor has not yet been appointed to replace Wayne Yan Steele. Mayo pro Tom Don goalie and conned Lurt Nhun decided it would be Best to wad to alow a Tho new make the appointments. Appointments to be made include City attorney Waler superintendent waste water Plant superintendent Street commissioner fire chief police of Public works and safety flood Quot contract Board and area plan members. Board i roves contract Man the new master contract with the Carroll education association for 1083 was approved Nonini Mailot the Board meeting of the Coroi Board of re action pm tuesday Fern pm. I i the contract Hano a five percent increase across the Board with a three percent increase for extracurricular activities comic Gatipon pc cording to Morhn Cut try superintendent. He Abo noted that hours flexibility in release time and teacher related seethes and Ruai nimm for Al processional pee on and. The Nett contract Ako establishes a sixth year Chapi pay schedule for lion rom who Advance their College education one year beyond a matter s degree. The Board Ako approved pay schedules for non certified person and bus Drivers and administrators for 1983 which adorned for a six per cent increase in pay level Acra the Board. A cont run was ate granted naming Marlin Creasy As inn of by corporation for the amt three Yean la other action the Hoard reorganized the Board of finance with or John Bush named As president and Ruth in a res named As Secretary for a period of one Yam. A transportation policy wins adopted for the school corporation regarding the use of school Bate to school activities and non school activities. Limitations placed on use of buses few non school activities include the following adequate adult sponsors accompany youths. The mayor appointment is to be made by the three Democrat precinct committeemen of a Phi namely. Tim Strasser precinct 3 John Robert Connelly precinct 4. And Charles e. Moore precinct 5. County Democrat chairman could not be reached for information when the put oaf a Tenet teemed would meet to make the appointment. It was reported signs in front of the grocery store and filling station at Summit and Washington streets Are obstructing the View of Drivers pulling onto Washington Street from West Summit j chief Dennis Webb will Check on this and have them moved Back if too close to the Street. Jim Cripe appeared on behalf of the chamber of Commerce to ask the Council to consider an ordinance refraining travelling vendors from coming into Touchy to sell furniture Tot Jung Tver Al complaints from local businesses have been heard. A i according to the Council no Taw to keep a vended from coming into the City for one Day Only without a it License is in effect to the City. If they continue More than one Day they Are required to Purchase d License less attorney Jim huffed will Check to see what can be done. \ students from the Quot High school government class attended the meeting. A a in contract for the Delphi Access Road construction was let to Jack Vonmeter of Lafayette on his bid of is8jks, this meters $2254 for mulched seeding. The Road is to be of Stone and for emergency use. Ober hidden woe Smith construction of Flora with a by of $62,420.30 Jim Emmons of Monticello $88041.go, and Kaiser of Ley Tea $34x82838. About $45,000 of the Money ill come tem Leveane sharing Money from Deer Creek township. The re a Tuinder Wir be the Conte paying threat norths and Delphi one fourth. A variance from the state to Burn Brush and clean the Roadway will be a needed. Delinquent ambulance Bills were discussed. It was voted to prosecute a persons with unpaid bilk. Voting in a favor were Reppert and Maxwell Jervis voted nay. Fuel for the county vehicles for the first six months of the year will be provided by Carroll county farm Bureau Coop. The last six months will be provided by cac of Flora with the exception of no Lead. John Bowman reported Road flooding on . 250-w. Jeffrey Smith petitioned for mrs. Home Shaffer for vacation in Lockport of a portion of Ohio St. Between lots 52 and 53 and a portion of the alkyl Between lots 50 and 51. The condition of civil defense director. John Carter who suffered an apparent heart attack was reported improved. The intersection on ind. 18 East of Flora at . 350-e will be widened to got Emir school horns. Job t i Britt inc flu ii of up a apr that bars disposal service of i it Gan sport had purchased the . Runyon disposal service and he would be driving the trash pickup truck in this county. He inquired about using the Carroll county sanitary Landfill for Rock tend and Floral regular meetings of the commissioners will continue at 8 . On the first and third mondays of each month. The drainage Board will meet at 9 . On the third monday of the month. Exceptions will be when holidays Are on those Mon Davs then sessions will be on in St in a Kilt in i Quot Jam i. Tue Dav. A Ami makes a by we today wits january a Lens a a Pietkun exp Eneice far Carroll Conte residents exes at Hathoot wha i now Date Tho tap photo waa takes a state Road 18 coat of Flora yesterday a state Highway employees ophed heat Frosh tar Aad mad to cracks a the read. The Bottai photo wee takes Jot in Little let i Job Jaa aary 1962 it in Espy to see what Highway employee at Al them hmm tote to top mar 4 by Steph Petr to of. Government Wither i Harvor near did .59 a Chat Saaw Aad a Sara Hae for the Dhur. La december tax Independence Day seen May 4 tax Independence Day for Indiana will come seven Days later this year than it did in 1982, according to the new fax Calendar issued by the Indiana state chamber of Commerce. I. The tax Calendar shows the major business taxes that must he paid from a Point within geographical limits of the school corporation. A the group to be must be based within the geographical limits of the school cos tin Ord Page 5 s Safe a us n in my a a and gives the due dates for tax compliance at ail Levels of government. The 1983 version has been distributed by the Indiana chamber to its 4,500 member organizations. Many local Chambers of Commerce a the 4mcte free no Biniok ate sete Cote Tor members. The had hews Par 1983 ii Tot the typical Hoosier taxpayer will have to work sate Days longer than in 1982 to Cain Thel Tenette to pay his or her taxes. Tax Independence Daw which was april 27 last year win not arrive until Ute 4. On Iha it Joe. Hoosiers can Start working foe the nates. India a inc Raasch sales and income taxes Are Only partly to blame. A cordite fun Deg chanter vice president William starring who tee to a the in Newry f incur not in the Sto tax to 5 percent Ani in the income tax to 3 percent account for five of the so Van add ional Days Styring Ste. A the other pro Days Are added pc the of Challa in the Federal tax Structure. Although a to percent reduction in the Federal income tax goes into effect Stefl. He said a 5-Cems-per-gallon increase in the gasoline Tan and a higher wage base for the social Security tax More than tee up for the income tax decrease. Until we had to increase taxes to by his eliminate the huge state deficit com Diana sing up. Styring said. A however meaning we will still be among the lowest. Lower. I a a a a a a i Flora Board makes appointments reappointment and appointments for 1983 committees and commissions were the major order of business at to Tot metes of the year for the Flora town Board of evening Max Muj Indore was Rappo Mcd town marshal and Dick n. Bishop was named town attorney Lur 1983. Coomi tact appoint meats and reappointment included plan Comrov Quot Sion von a. Burton zoning Board of appeals Robert bakelite von Burton Ond Fred Collins of representatives from to plan commission Park and recreation Board cd Iriri Davis aviation Board Don Abner economic development commission Richard Oilar Monroe Tow site Library Board Den Dithuan Community Center ate fireside Fey Board Eddie ing 1982 for a total of $627,118 in building improvements with two guiding permits still pending. A the Bote Pointe Ooi that the snowmobile notice was in effect As was to Snow Ord once to parking although there had been no Snow. It was noted that there is no snowmobiling allowed on to Flora Airport property or in to town of Flora. It was explained that snowmobiles Are allowed in the parking lots at the Community a _ Marilyn Clark clerk treasurer informed to Board that animal tags for dogs and cats Are available at the utilities office until feb. 15. After feb. Is a delinquency fee will be added to the charge of the tags. Eldo beam reported that the a Intel pm ins Meas emus and von a. Burton Cable my corps of engineers and Clyde Tigirt r a Tuci _ do it Al a am a Century plus Amanda Rte. A Tea Idem of to Bottema wig observe Ber 187th birthday this Friday it the healthcare a do the Farmer Coatee resident sated Bug oho will he twice it much As hag or be owl an r a a in of various business Igros. The Public ultimately pays most of this because to tax costs Are added to the Price of goods and services. Styring said. Styring who Heads the chamber s Public finance division. Stud Indiana s tax increases mean that hoosiers no longer will enjoy the nation s lowest tax Burden in relation to personal income. A we were not Only fiftieth but continuing to Widen the Gap Between Indiana and the next lowest state television Council Rev. Alvin grumbling and Todd Rudnick. Mui Endore reported that the Flora police department travelled 28.372.2 Miles in 1982 and used 5007 Gallons of Gas during the year. He also noted that there were 36 accidents invoking one fatality and three personal injuries. The police department heard 93 complaints and gave 24 warning tickets. Charles Burton. Building commissioner informed the Board that 37 applications were reviewed Dur Wilma ans Are to meet this week on the Flora sewer project. The last round table meeting Witt be held january 26 at to fireside building. The next regular meeting will be monday. Feb 7 at 7 . In to Board room. Eau it find a or own War to Serre a toe. Fletcher poem

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