Mishawaka’s Department of Code Enforcement is working hard to complete their sixth Top 100 program, which addresses the city’s 100 most blighted structures each year. Currently, 82 of the predetermined Top 100 cases have been addressed.
Mayor Dave Wood and General Manager of Mishawaka Utilities Jim Schrader recognized the Electric Department employees’ performance at the Indiana Municipal Electric Association's (IMEA) Linemen Rodeo held on August 26th and 27th in Anderson, Indiana.
As the saying goes, everything old is new again. When the heart of our City was developed in the mid eighteen hundreds, the automobile didn’t exist and walking was a way of life. All the older areas of the City with small lots, alleys, and little off street parking can attest that these properties were probably not developed with the same emphasis on the automobile that exists today.
Mayor Dave Wood and General Manager of Mishawaka Utilities Jim Schrader announced today that Manager of Mishawaka Utilities Wastewater Division Karl Kopec received the WEF William D. Hatfield Award for outstanding performance and professionalism in the operation of a Wastewater Treatment Facility at the 74th Annual Indiana Water Environment Association Conference on November 17th and 18th in Indianapolis. The Award is presented annually to managers of wastewater treatment plants for outstanding performance and professionalism.