Zionsville Times Sentinel

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April 16, 2014

Council again snubs sheriff's request

Three members of the Boone County Council Tuesday, April 8, again blocked an effort by Sheriff Ken Campbell to transfer money he has collected from inmates from the county general fund back to a sheriff’s office budget line. In what he called “a bookkeeping issue,” Campbell said he wanted to move $793.55 in inmate medical repayments, and $15.39 in inmate postage payments, that he has collected from inmates. Such transfers are called “additional appropriations,” which must receive five yes votes to pass. Council members Marcia Wilhoite, Gene Thompson and David Rodgers voted no, defeating the request. The rejection was another in a trend that began in January. See Wednesday's Times Sentinel for the full story.

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  • Veatch out as boys and girls club director Angie Veatch has been replaced as executive director of the Lebanon Area Boys & Girls Club.

    July 30, 2014

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  • Lebanon to face water shortfall in 20 years Lebanon may have to look to Whitestown for help in avoiding a future water shortage, some Whitestown Town Council members said at their July 8 meeting. A long-range study of Boone County’s current and projected water use and its water availability suggest that by 2035, Lebanon will need 6 million gallons of water a day more than the city will have accessible.

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  • Whitestown Town Council frustrated with parks board The Whitestown Town Council has grown frustrated with the parks board and is looking to do something about it.

    July 23, 2014

  • Whitestown council changes trail boss In a 3-2 vote, the Whitestown Town Council Tuesday, July 8, transferred jurisdiction over its segment of the Farm Heritage Trail from park board member Nathan Messer to Stephanie Morrissette, the town’s new parks and recreation director.

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