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North Maish Road progress continues

Frankfort, IN – Progress continues on the North Maish Road project with the next-to-last layer of asphalt laid on Clinton Street to the railroad, with only school bus traffic allowed to use this area. According to GAI Consultants Senior Technician Bud McQuade who is overseeing the construction project, Rieth-Riley is planning to allow school buses […]

Economic Development Plan in the works with CDBG grant

Comprehensive plan to address City’s economic development needs Frankfort, IN – Utilizing a recently awarded $40,000 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) the McBarnes administration is moving forward with the creation of a strategic four-phase Economic Development Plan to address economic development needs throughout the City, from the Industrial Park to downtown to eastside merchants. According to […]

Patriot Day statement from Mayor McBarnes

At the order of Governor Daniels, flags throughout Indiana are to be lowered to half-staff today in remembrance of the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks. Tuesday also is known as a National Day of Service and Remembrance. In accordance with a directive from President Obama, all Americans are asked to observe a moment […]

City Hall open house delayed until December; others remain as scheduled

Frankfort, IN – The open house for City Hall originally scheduled for this month as part of the series of department events will be rescheduled to December to showcase additional improvements that will be made in Old Stoney. The other department open houses will take place as announced this month from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 […]

City departments’ series of open houses

Frankfort, IN – As part of the McBarnes administration’s Neighborhood Revitalization cornerstone, City government department staffs will host a series of open houses for the community, providing residents with the opportunity to see City facilities and the improvements made to each area. Each open house will take place from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. on […]

City officials issue weather preparedness statement

Joint statement from Mayor Chris McBarnes, Fire Chief John Kirby and Police Chief Troy Bacon With six to ten inches of rain from Tropical Storm Isaac forecasted to reach the Clinton County area by the Labor Day holiday weekend, the Frankfort Police and Fire Departments stand ready to assist the Clinton County Emergency Management Agency […]

Unity at its finest!

Ivy Tech campus targeted for downtown Frankfort

City-County joint initiative to impact economic and workforce development, revitalize community Frankfort, IN – In a three-way celebratory event tonight, Frankfort City, Clinton County and Ivy Tech Community College officials announced an Ivy Tech Center is slated for Frankfort in the Fall of 2013 offering a curriculum focused on building local workforce development. Clinton County […]

Progress continues on North Maish Road

Residents in construction area encouraged to contact schools for transportation details Frankfort, IN – Although not complete yet, the north portion of the North Maish Road project now is open to two-way traffic, with temporary traffic control paint applied and temporary traffic signs in place. According to GAI Consultants Senior Technician Bud McQuade who is […]