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Safety Board discusses gunfire issue
The Zionsville Safety Board finally offered their thoughts on how to deal with gunfire complaints from the rural area.
Shop With a Cop accepting donations
The Boone County FOP Richard G. Brown Memorial Lodge No. 119 is still accepting donations for its annual Shop With a Cop outing.
- Papa, ZVRA discuss development Wanting a stronger voice in the downtown development process, the Zionsville Village Residents Association met with Town Council President Jeff Papa.
- New home for Village Christmas tree Drivers won't have to navigate around a Christmas tree this year as the Christmas in the Village tree has moved to a new location.
- Whitestown considers park impact fee Improvements to Whitestown parks could be made if the council adopts a park impact fee. The council discussed the fee, which would only be charged on new residential development, during its Tuesday night, Nov. 12, meeting.
- Whitestown council considers town hall options The cramped quarters of the Whitestown Town Hall may be gone within the next two years. The Whitestown Town Council discussed Tuesday night, Nov. 12, a few options on either purchasing or building a new town hall.
- Residents offer input for downtown study Residents and business owners were able to give input yet again to the downtown market study and parking analysis. Peter Lemmon, a senior transportation engineer with TADI, who is conducting the study, said he gained a lot of information during the study's open house Wednesday night, Nov. 13.
- Farm sends Christmas trees to troops Volunteers from FedEx Corp. were at Dull's Tree Farm, Thorntown, Tuesday morning, Nov. 19, to prepare more than 250 Christmas trees for shipment to U.S. troops. Now in its ninth year, the annual "Trees For Troops" program will provide more than 17,00
- Proposed road could become part of Ronald Reagan Parkway Boone County has endorsed the concept of a new road that would eventually extend the Ronald Reagan Parkway into Hamilton County, creating another potential link in what has been a decades-old plan to build a 100-mile-long bypass around Indianapolis.
- ZCS board, teachers reach 2-year contract agreement The Zionsville Educator's Association and the Zionsville Community Schools Board of Trustees have agreed to contract terms for school years 2013-2014 and 2014-2015. The contract agreement was ratified by members of the teachers' association at a meeting Monday, Nov. 18.
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