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Government

  • Second installment of property tax due Nov. 10

     

    PERRY COUNTY – The deadline for payment of the second installment of property taxes is Nov. 10. Any payments received after that date will be subject to a penalty.

  • Courthouse open next two Saturdays for voting

     

    TELL CITY – The county courthouse will be open from 8 a.m. until noon this and next Saturday for early voting.

    Formerly called absentee voting, people can use early voting for any reason and without explaining why. During the week, they can go to the commissioners room between 8 a.m. and noon and from 1 to 4 p.m.

    Absentee voting can also be done by mail by filing an application through the clerk’s office. Applications can be requested or other information can be obtained by calling 547-3741 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. weekdays.

  • SWCD accepting supervisor applications

     

    PERRY COUNTY – If conservation of our soil, water and other related natural resources is an important priority with you, the Perry County Soil and Water Conservation District may be what you’re looking for. That’s the message from the Perry County Soil and Water Conservation District, which is accepting applications for an elected supervisor position. The individual will serve as an elected district supervisor for a three-year term, beginning in January 2015.

  • Democrats appointed to serve on Senate standing committees

     

    INDIANAPOLIS — Members of the Senate Democratic Caucus have been appointed to Senate standing committees for the 118th session of the Indiana General Assembly. Standing committees are referred bills for review by topic and cast the first vote on a proposal during the legislative process. Members are appointed by the president pro tempore upon recommendation by the Senate Democratic Leader, Tim Lanane (D-Anderson).

     Appointments include:

  • Ellspermann sworn in as Indiana’s lieutenant governor
  • District begins accepting household hazardous wastes

    TELL CITY – Revenues from recyclable materials are down, and the Perry County Recycling Management District will have to tap into its financial reserves soon, according to the district’s accountant.