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Leprechaun in Monon! - March 16, 2018
Grab the kids and a camera and come visit Paddy the Leprechaun at the Town Hall until 4:30 pm! [more...]
Monon Park Board Opening - March 14, 2018
Park Board is seeking new member. See website or call Town Hall for info. [more...]
PARK BOARD MEMBER OPENING
The Monon Park Board is looking to fill the position of a current member whose term expires April 1st. If you would like to serve on the Board, please submit a letter of interest at the Town Hall no later than Monday March 26th.
MONON PARK PROPOSED SPLASH PAD!
Members of the Monon Park Board, Edwin Buswell, and Michael Reese, Project Manager for Troyer Group, will be presenting information about a proposed Park splash pad to the Town Council at their next regular meeting on March 21st, 6:00 pm in the Town Hall upstairs conference room. Residents are encouraged to attend this meeting to learn more about this exciting project!
CEMETERY CLEAN UP
Bedford: First full two weeks in March, weather permitting. Please remove all cemetery decorations you wish to save. Live plants, flowers, or shrubs are not to be planted on the gravesite or around the headstone.
Monon (Bradford), Chapel, Wilson: Last two weeks in March, weather permitting. Please be sure all items you wish to remove from the gravesite have been removed by March 16; otherwise, they will be removed and destroyed. The Township Trustee will not be held responsible for items left on the gravesite.
March 1st WATER/SEWER/TRASH BILLS
After approximately 250 meters were read February 14th-16th, the meter reading equipment suddenly failed and no more meters were read. If your meter was read, your bill reflects a service date through Feb 14,15,16. If your meter could not be read you received an estimated bill (average of your use during a four month period excluding the Feb bill which was higher than normal due to an extra week of service.) If you have questions please call or stop in the Town Hall and we will be happy to address your questions and concerns! 219 253-6441 Mon-Fri 8:30-4:30
SOLICITERS WITH PERMITS
Several men and women from White Oak Construction company have been granted peddler permits from White County to go door-to-door in Monon. Do not feel obligated to answer your door or contract with them for work. Call the Town Hall if you have any concerns.
31st ANNUAL MONON FOOD FEST
Plans are underway for our annual Food Fest which will be held Saturday, June 2nd, 10am-5pm in the Monon Town Park. The Food Fest Committee meets monthly in the Town Hall Conference room. As always, the success of the Fest depends heavily on the number of volunteers willing to help. If you can't attend a meeting, please stop in at the Town Hall or call 219 253-6441 and we will gladly put you to work!
To report after-hours water / sewer emergencies such as broken pipes, call White County Dispatch 800 676-7103 or Monon Police 219 253-8414. They will contact our Superintendent and utility crew. DO NOT open the water meter pit! Doing so can cause damage to the meter and water main and the cost of repair is the resident's responsibility.
By Town ordinance every residence is required to have an accessible water shut-off valve within the home.
During extremely cold weather leaving water running slowly and leaving sink cabinet doors open MAY help prevent frozen pipes!
This wonderful message was recently posted on this website!
"Last Sunday afternoon I came through your downtown as I was traveling from, Michigan to my home in Greencastle, Indiana. I have always loved your community and I was just amazed at how beautiful your downtown area looked with all of the beautiful pink wave petunias along in front of your businesses. It was such a beautiful sight and I wanted to thank you for all the work your community and businesses have put into showing the pride you have in your downtown and the beauty you are sharing with travelers. Your hard work certainly is deserving of a fellow Hoosier traveler. Thank you for making America Beautiful." Denise Sigworth
Water/Sewer/Trash utility bills are issued on the first and due the fifteenth of each month. Prompt payment of your water bills is greatly appreciated! The printing and mailing of late notices contributes to the overall operational costs of the Utilities Department. Paying on time saves the Town money and helps you avoid penalty charges!
DO YOU NEED A DOCUMENT NOTARIZED?
Our Monon Clerk-Treasurer is a Notary Public and will notarize documents free of charge at the Town Hall. Call 219 253-6441.
WHAT IS A "RE-CONNECT FEE"?
Water / sewer / sanitation bills are mailed on the first of the month and are due on the fifteenth. After the due date, penalty charges are added to the amount of the bill. Approximately one week prior to the end of the month late notices are mailed to those having a delinquent balance. If the bill is not paid by the first of the following month the residence is subject to water shut-off.
Accounts are reviewed and on the first of the month a "disconnect" list is created. The crew is sent to homes to disconnect water at the meter. When the bill is paid the water is re-connected. A re-connect charge of $25.00 is added to each account on the disconnect list to help cover the cost of man-hours put into the lengthy delinquent account process.
You can avoid penalty and re-connect charges by paying your utility bills on time! Prompt payment is greatly appreciated!!!
FROM OUR SUPERINTENDENT:
Door-to-door sump pump inspections have begun. These inspections will identify pumps that may be draining into the wastewater system. Letters of explanation have been mailed to all residences.
The Monon crew continues to fill pot holes and pick up brush around town.
YOUR UTILITY PAYMENTS AT WORK!!!
Did you know that our Town of Monon won a "Best Tasting Water in Indiana" award?