The Chesterton Town
Council will meet in person at 7 p.m. Monday, June 22, at the town hall.
All attendees must
wear masks and social-distancing measures have been implemented in the
On the agenda:
unspecified amendments to the resolution adopted in May regulating
“gatherings” in parks and other public spaces.
Also: the council
will consider approving, in the form of an ordinance, a Sewer Master Plan
endorsed by the Utility Service Board and okayed by the Indiana Department
of Environmental Management which would be part of the settlement ending the
territorial dispute between the Chesterton Utility and Valparaiso City
Utilities. That Master Plan specifies the infrastructure needed to provide
sanitary sewer service to Chesterton’s new “regulated sewer territory”
stipulated by the settlement agreement.
A continued public
hearing is on the agenda as well, on the petition of Mike and Melissa Topor
for a reduction of a utility and drainage easement on their property at 3525
Drivers Lane. The Topors are seeking to install a swimming pool in their
council may fill the vacant seat on the Advisory Plan Commission created by
the retirement of George Stone.
Earlier in the
evening, at 6:30 p.m., the Redevelopment Commission will hold its regular
Members will hear
an update on the fiber optic network project.