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Saturday, February 16, 2019

News & Updates

No trash collection Tuesday, November 6

Frankfort, IN – In accordance with Frankfort’s established policy of not collecting trash on City holidays, there will be no trash collection on Tuesday, November 6, Election Day. According to Parks and Streets Superintendent George Belmore, not having Street Department crews in on City holidays saves taxpayers money in employee wages and fuel consumption. “Given […]

Next Police community meeting November 1

Frankfort, IN – The third in a current series of community meetings hosted by the Frankfort Police Department is set for Thursday, November 1 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at the Police Department, 201 West Washington Street, for residents living north of Clinton Street and east of Main Street. According to Police Chief Troy Bacon, […]

Police offer Halloween safety tips

Frankfort, IN – With the City’s official Halloween hours set for 5:00 – 9:00 p.m. next Wednesday, Frankfort Police, in partnership with the National Child Safety Council, are offering safety tips for trick-or-treaters. According to Police Chief Troy Bacon, trick-or-treaters of all ages are encouraged to take the following precautions to help ensure a safe […]

McBarnes appoints Kent Brewer to Utility Service Board

Frankfort, IN – For the first time, a Clinton County resident has been appointed to the Frankfort Utility Service Board with Mayor Chris McBarnes’ selection of Kent Brewer. In accordance with the new ordinance that County residents served by at least one utility are eligible to serve on the USB, Brewer was selected as the […]

Statement from Mayor McBarnes: leaf collection clarification

To be clear, leaf collection is part of our City services that Frankfort residents’ tax dollars fund. Our Street Department crews will make as many trips as necessary to ensure our City is presentable and our residents are satisfied with our leaf collection process this year. Like all other decisions within my administration, we are […]

Leaf collection intended to maximize resources

Frankfort, IN – Once the majority of leaves have fallen from Frankfort residents’ trees, Street Department crews plan to collect leaves in one trip per residence, rather than returning multiple times to the same location. According to Street Superintendent George Belmore, residents can always bring their leaves to the City’s compost pile at the Street […]

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