Many residents have been complaining that their garbage is not being picked up.
This is a reminder that everyone’s garbage cans must be out by 6:00 a.m.
The tote should face the street, otherwise it will not be able to be grabbed by the garbage truck’s arm.
Do NOT use the recycling tote (the one with a grey lid) as a garbage tote. Recycling containers will not be picked up on Thursdays.
The garbage tote lid must be able to close. If you have an abundance of trash each week, you can contact City Hall for an extra garbage tote.
If you have anything outside the tote to be picked up, you must call Midwest Sanitation (888-428-2610).
NOVEMBER 20, 2018
The regular meeting of the Corydon City Council was called to order by Mayor Moorman. Present were Council Members Jaeckel, Holmes and Rupe. Council Member Bennett was absent. Others in attendance were Norris Asphalt representatives, Mark Winslow, Rodney Parham, newspaper representatives and the City clerk.
Hall Engineering was on the agenda, but was not present.
Norris Asphalt representatives were present to answer questions the Council had in regards to the quote received earlier. Steve Leonard advised the Council that rock and oil prices would not be available until spring. Norris will also have a crew take core samples of S. West Street to determine what will need to be done there.
Mark Winslow asked Leonard if there was a rule of thumb as to what asphalt would cost per yard. Leonard stated that there are … Read More »
Wednesday, November 14, 2018, 6:00 P.M.
Present were Mayor Moorman, Council Members Jaeckel, Holmes, Bennett and Rupe. Others in attendance were Glenn Williamson, Karen Brumley, Malisha Hagan and the City clerk.
1. Discuss future of library building.
Williamson and Brumley were present to confirm that the City’s intent is for the Library to remain in the building. Hagan was present to confirm Protos Properties LLC potential interest in the building.
The Council discussed options for sale of the building and future financing. Additional work sessions will be scheduled as more information is received.
2. Discuss changes to parking ordinance.
Sections of the ordinance in regards to parking in the middle of the streets around the square will be eliminated. The times will be changed for parking on the south side of W. State St. This will be for the convenience of guests … Read More »
NOVEMBER 5, 2018
The regular meeting of the Corydon City Council was called to order by Mayor Pro-tem Eric Jaeckel. Present were Council Members Moorman, Holmes, Bennett and Rupe. Others in attendance were Amber Rodgers, newspaper representatives, the deputy clerk and City clerk.
Bennett made the motion to approve Resolution 2018-46 approving the appointment of Dennis Moorman to the position of Mayor. Holmes seconded. Ayes-Jaeckel, Holmes, Bennett and Rupe. Nays-none. Moorman abstained.
The City clerk issued the oath of office to Dennis Moorman. Moorman thanked the Council for their vote of confidence and stated that he would like to keep the City moving forward. Moorman then took over the meeting.
Jaeckel made the motion to approve Resolution 2018-47, a resolution to approve Great Western Bank as an authorized depository for the City of Corydon and to set the … Read More »
Midwest Sanitation & Recycling 888-428-2610
Recycling is every other Friday. Click on image to view larger.
Acceptable Items: Newspapers, Office Paper/Junk Mail, Magazines, Hardcover and Softcover Books, Tin, Aluminum, Aluminum Foil, Steel, Plastic Containers #1-7, Cardboard, Cereal Boxes. Items must be clean.
Not Accepted Items: Trash, Glass, Food Products, Plastic Bags, Styrofoam, Oil Containers, Hazardous Waste, Appliances, Electronics, Yard Waste
During Thanksgiving, Garbage & Recycling will both be picked up the following Friday.
OCTOBER 4, 2018
The regular meeting of the Corydon City Council was called to order by Mayor Parham. Present were Council Members Jaeckel, Moorman, Holmes, Bennett and Rupe. Others in attendance were Malisha Hagan, Amber Rodgers, Fire Chief Bryan Wallace, newspaper representatives and the City clerk.
Malisha Hagan advised the Council that she had three things she would like to discuss with them. 1.) Hagan asked for further discussion on the future of the library building. 2.) The parking in front of the Rea Hotel is prohibited between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. This is a hardship for customers who have booked rooms. Parking is available in the alley however the lighting is not as good there. Hagan asked the Council to consider lifting the restriction for the area in front of the hotel. … Read More »
Mayor Parham called to order the Public hearing to advise the public of the City’s intent to issue GO Bonds for the amount of $1,275,000 for City streets for the FY19/20. Present were Council Members Jaeckel, Moorman, Holmes and Rupe. Council Member Bennett was absent. Others in attendance were Anne Kruse, Amber Rodgers, Jared Chambers, Denise Becker, Dave Daughton, Fire Chief Bryan Wallace, newspaper representatives, and the City clerk and deputy clerk. The deputy clerk reported that City Hall had received neither oral nor written comments. Mayor Parham asked for any comments from the attendees. There were none. Jaeckel made the motion to close the public hearing. Rupe seconded. Ayes-Jaeckel, Moorman, Holmes and Rupe. Nays-none.
Council Member Bennett arrived.
At 7:02 p.m., Mayor Parham called to order the regular meeting of the Corydon … Read More »
The City of Corydon now has the option to pay your utility bill online. Just go to www.govpaynow.com and enter our “pay location code” which is a000ee. When you click “continue” it will take you to a screen where you enter your name, account number, and phone number. From there you enter all your payment information.
We have recently added the City’s Ordinance Book and City’s Zoning Book to the website! Check it out here.
At 10:00 a.m. on the first Monday of each month the tornado sirens in town will be tested.