Monday, December 10, 2018

Archive | Mayor Updates

National Day of Prayer in Frankfort

WHEREAS, throughout our history, Americans have relied on prayer for strength, inspiration, guidance and peace; and, WHEREAS, the National Day of Prayer was created in 1952 by a joint resolution of the U.S. Congress and signed into law by President Harry Truman; and, WHEREAS, this special event is held the first Thursday in May each […]

Operation Spring Clean Up rescheduled to May 14-18

Clean up and planting activities shifted to weekday evenings Frankfort, IN – Frankfort’s rescheduled community-wide clean up effort will be reformatted from a one day event to a five weekday evening project May 14 – 18 to provide more volunteer options for Frankfort residents and eliminate the event depending on one day of good weather. […]

Volunteers ready for Frankfort Operation Spring Clean Up

Community-wide clean up set for Saturday – rain or shine Frankfort, IN – More than 300 volunteers from families, businesses, schools, service organizations and churches are signed up as part of Frankfort’s first Operation Spring Clean Up Saturday, April 28. Barring a thunderstorm, volunteers are asked to meet at the gazebo in Veterans Park at […]

Eastside Drainage project advances with City-County joint funding

Frankfort, IN – In a major demonstration of City-County cooperation, the City of Frankfort will fund $559,872, Clinton County will pay $1,572,128 ($1,087,128 in local funds plus its $485,000 State and Tribal Assistance Grant (STAG)) and the Frankfort Utility Service Board will contribute $700,000 from its Stormwater Utility Fund to the construction of the Eastside […]

McBarnes marks first 100 days of his administration

Mayor touts multiple successes in four cornerstones; State of the City forthcoming Frankfort, IN – With today as his 100th day in office, Mayor Chris McBarnes reports numerous successes in each of his four cornerstones outlined in his 100-Day Plan. According to McBarnes, details of each success will be outlined in his upcoming State of […]

Frankfort to adopt complete streets ordinance

Comprehensive, transportation network will promote safer travel Frankfort, IN – In recognition of the City’s need for a carefully planned and coordinated development of an integrated transportation network for users of all ages – pedestrians, bicyclists, drivers and transit riders – Frankfort’s City Council members are scheduled to amend an existing ordinance, adopting a Complete […]

City and County Planning Departments to share resources

Joint venture to create greater efficiencies, effectiveness for citizens Frankfort, IN – The City of Frankfort’s Department of Building Services and Clinton County Planning Department soon will share office space at Old Stoney, providing citizens with one stop shopping to address their planning and zoning questions and needs. According to Mayor Chris McBarnes, space is […]

North Maish Road project to get underway

Frankfort, IN – With the North Maish Road improvement project about to get underway, the public is asked to be extra careful and follow instructions provided by construction workers when accessing and using Maish Road between State Road 28/Wabash Street and Washington Avenue. The road replacement project will include new sidewalks and railroad grade crossing, […]

50th Anniversary of Wesley Manor Retirement Community

WHEREAS, Wesley Manor was founded and continues to operate on Christian principles with the philosophies of service and ministry, care and compassion; and, WHEREAS, Wesley Manor, a non-profit affiliated organization with the United Methodist Church, welcomes people of all races and religions; and, WHEREAS, Wesley Manor has been serving older adults, providing them with a […]