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Friday, December 13, 2019

Archive | Building Services Updates

Bacon, Payne, Dodd Leaving City Administration

FRANKFORT, IN – December 9, 2019 – Police Chief Troy Bacon and Building and Zoning Inspector Sam Payne are retiring from their leadership roles within the McBarnes administration, effective July 1, 2020, and March 1, 2020, respectively.  Human Resources Director Jack Dodd has resigned to accept the position of human resources director for the City […]

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City of Frankfort Updating Zoning, Subdivision Codes, and Maps

Frankfort, IN – A modernized version of Frankfort’s Zoning and Subdivision codes is being reviewed by the City Plan Commission in preparation for recommendation to City Council. Collaborative efforts between the City Plan Commission, Building Services Staff, City Council representatives, and local citizens have resulted in the proposal of a Unified Development Ordinance that would […]

Neighbors Helping Neighbors Meeting

Everyone is invited to an informational meeting tonight (June 11th) at 6 p.m. at Circle Park to hear more about the Neighbors Helping Neighbors program. This program provides assistance to residents 65 years and older, disabled veterans, and citizens who have physical challenges that prevent them from taking care of their property. The Building Inspector’s […]

Neighbors Helping Neighbors Program is Relaunching in June 2019

Frankfort, IN- May 14, 2019– Frankfort senior citizens, disabled veterans, and physically challenged residents can benefit from a program that is relaunching to help these community members with their yards and the exterior of their homes, announced Mayor Chris McBarnes. A companion program to the Fire and Police Departments’ Safer Seniors Program, the Neighbors Helping […]

Washington Street Scheduled to Reopen

Demolition of the Washington Street buildings has progressed to the point where Building Inspector Sam Payne feels it is safe to reopen the street. The burned structures are torn down, and the demolition crew is working on the remaining debris pile. Payne said, “We are planning to sweep Washington Street from Main Street to Columbia […]

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