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November 21, 2012

Business briefs for Nov. 21

Zionsville — ‘Christmas in the Country’ at Jones

Jones Greenhouse, 10795 E. County Road 300 South, Zionsville, will have fresh cut fraser fir trees, wreaths, garland, poinsettias and hand crafted items such as jewelry, crafts, bears and quilts by local artisans this holiday season.

The items will be located in the business' barn now through Dec. 23. Hours are noon to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Friday; 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday; and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sundays.

Call 733-0693, 503-2473 or visit www.jonesgreenhouse.com for more information.

Case wins national award

Professional Remodeler magazine has awarded Case Design/Remodeling Indy a Silver award in the Outdoor Living Under $100,000 category of the 2012 Professional Remodeler Design Awards. Designed for a Carmel home, the winning project included a screened porch addition, deck expansion and pergola.

This is the first time Case has won a national design award.

“We were competing against large, national remodeling companies in this category,” said Case president and owner Larry Greene. “We are proud to have our design/build efforts recognized at this level. The judges were impressed with the transformation we were able to achieve.”

Projects were evaluated on construction quality, overall design, creativity and problem solving. The winning projects were featured in the October issue of Professional Remodeler.

Case has completed many Zionsville projects and supports several Zionsville organizations, including the Zionsville show choirs and schools, and is a member of the Greater Zionsville Chamber of Commerce. Case Indy has captured several top awards for the best remodeling projects in the area by the Builders Association of Greater Indianapolis and has been named one of the largest full-service remodelers in the country by Remodeling Magazine and Qualified Remodeler. Visit www.caseindy.com for more information.

Get gifts wrapped at Corner Vise

On Saturday, Nov. 24, and Friday, Dec. 7, Corner Vise Gallery, 110 S. Main St., will have people available to wrap gifts at no charge that have been purchased from any participating Zionsville merchant. Call 873-3288 for more information.

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  • logo.jpg VIDEO: Meet the primary candidates

    Each year, the Zionsville Times Sentinel publishes information on candidates for the primary election. Below you will find a list of each candidate's qualifications, as well as videos showing their responses to questions relating to their office.

    The following is a partial list of duties for the offices up for election:

    Superior Court II

    Indiana has 143 Superior Courts. Judges run under party banners for six-year terms. Superior Courts have roughly the same powers as Circuit Courts to try any kind of case, aind includes small claims and minor offense divisions.

    Sheriff

    • Conservator of the peace
    • Take charge of the county jail and its prisoners.
    • Serve warrants, subpoenas and other forms of process
    • Collect delinquent state income taxes
    • Sell mortgaged property
    • Attend sessions of th County Council and Commissioners

    Commissioner

    Board of Commissioners has three members from three districts serving four year, staggered terms.

    • Controling, cmaintaining and supervising county property.
    • Auditing and authorizing claims.
    • Receiving bids and authorizing contracts.
    • Supervising construction and maintenance of roads and bridges.
    • Issuing bonds or notes (with county council approval)
    • Recommending county salaries to the county council
    • Establishing animal shelters

    County Council

    The council has the financial power and serves as a check to the Board of Commissioners. The county is divided in to four districts, with one member from each district and three at large.

    • Fix the tax rate and impose the tax levy
    • Make appropriations to be paid by the county treasury
    • Reappropriate surplus fund
    • Fix salaries of officers, deputies assistants and other employees

    SOURCE: Here is Your Indiana Government

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  • Zlist logo.jpg Vote in the 2014 Z'List awards

    The nominations have been counted and the final list  is ready. Click here to vote in the 2014 Z'List People's Choice Awards. Winners will be announced in the Feb. 5 issue of the Zionsville Times Sentinel.

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  • YAR awards more than $9,600 in grants

    Youth as Resources Boone County, a program of the United Way of Central Indiana, has awarded more than $9,600 to fund community service projects designed and implemented by local youth.

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    More than 30 children participated in a painting lesson Saturday, March 16, at the Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Public Library in honor of Youth Art Month.

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    Students in Chinese classes prepare for a Chinese New Year celebration, which will be from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 26, in the Zionsville Performing Arts Center, 1000 Mulberry St.

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    Zionsville Community High School junior Dixie Schillaci represented the school at the 2012 Sen. Richard Lugar Symposium, which was at the University of Indianapolis.

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