Mishawaka Mayor Dave Wood has announced the appointment of Staff Attorney, Geoffrey Spiess, to the newly created position of Corporation Counsel/Director of Human Resources for the City of Mishawaka. Spiess replaces Corporation Counsel, John Gourley and Human Resource Director, Bonnie Bonham who both retired recently from the City.
The City will temporarily display a restored Perkins Windmill on top of the traffic circle pedestal located at the intersection of Front Street and Spring Street in Historic Downtown Mishawaka on Tuesday June 17th 2014, weather permitting. The display site was chosen at the suggestion of former Mayor Robert Beutter and the City's Art in Public Places committee, and sits just a few hundred feet from the former Ball Band and Uniroyal property where the windmill was originally manufactured.
Mishawaka Mayor David Wood has announced that Tim Ryan and Dave Majewski will fill the vacancies created by the retirement of two, long-time City of Mishawaka employees - Ronald "Mike" Watson, Street Commissioner/Director of Central Services, and Bruno Trimboli, Water Division Manager for Mishawaka Utilities.
The official opening of the Mishawaka Riverwalk Central Park to Madison Street Extension Project, which runs next to the recently completed Center for Hospice Care Campus, will be celebrated with a ribbon cutting on Saturday, November 23, at 9:00am. The ribbon cutting will be at the fish ladder adjacent to the new “Circle of Life” sculpture which was created by Robert M. Kuntz.