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$4,000 INDOT grant improves Frankfort’s railroad crossings

Frankfort, IN – As a resource to improve conditions at several of Frankfort’s railroad crossings, the City received a $4,000 grant from the Indiana Department of Transportation to fix advance warning signs and pavement markings. According to Streets and Parks Superintendent George Belmore, the grant monies are being spent with Hall Signs and CR Line […]

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 and County planning departments’ shared office space opens September 4

Joint venture to create greater efficiencies, effectiveness for citizens Frankfort, IN – Beginning Tuesday, September 4, the City of Frankfort’s Department of Building Services and Clinton County Planning Department will share office space at Old Stoney, providing citizens with one stop shopping to address their planning and zoning questions and needs. With each department continuing […]

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 […]

No trash collection on Labor Day – Monday, September 3

Frankfort, IN – In accordance with Frankfort’s established policy of not collecting trash on City holidays, there will be no trash collection on Monday, September 3, Labor 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 […]

Common Council Agenda – August 27, 2012

Regular Meeting, Common Council, Council Chambers, 301 E. Clinton St., Frankfort, IN 46041, Monday, August 27, 2012, 7:00 p.m. 1. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 2. ROLL CALL 3. MINUTES 4. ORDINANCE 12-05 Second Reading TABLED AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 11-01A AS TO DOWNTOWN PARKING 5. ORDINANCE 12-07 First Reading TABLED AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE SALARIES […]

Board of Public Works Agenda – August 27, 2012

Council Chambers, 301 E. Clinton St., Frankfort, IN 46041, Monday, August 27, 2012, 2:00 p.m. 1. Call Meeting to Order 2. Pledge of Allegiance 3. Minutes 4. Department Reports Police Fire Repair/Replacement estimate of M40 Gas Detectors Rescue 1 Maintenance Quotes Announcement of Lieutenant Promotion Park 2011/2012 Swimming Pool statistics Street Street Paving Vehicle radio […]

Firefighters extinguish residential attic fire

Frankfort, IN – Responding to a confirmed house fire yesterday afternoon at 654 West Boone Street, Frankfort firefighters quickly gained access into the house and located and extinguished the fire in the attic of the unoccupied home being renovated.According to Fire Chief John Kirby, crews were dispatched at approximately 12:30 p.m. to the two-story house. […]

Police discover another meth lab; arrest made

Frankfort, IN – A traffic violation observed by a Frankfort narcotics detective yesterday ultimately led Frankfort police to the discovery of a Meth lab at 556 North Clay Street and the subsequent arrest of 25-year-old resident Martin Brown. The lab was located inside the residence contained in a blue plastic storage tub. Arrested for Dealing […]

Police launch Chaplain Program

Frankfort, IN – Working in partnership with four local ministers, the Frankfort Police Department has established a beneficial Chaplain Program designed to assist the emotional and spiritual needs of officers and community members during traumatic incidents. According to Police Chief Troy Bacon, after an application and interview process, four local ministers were accepted into the […]