WNIT, our local public broadcasting station, has approached Mayor Dave Wood with a project called “Our Town”. The project is an hour-long program that will feature Mishawaka. The concept of the program will be a positive look at Mishawaka through the eyes of its citizens.
The year was 1952; Ike was just elected President, Hank Williams and Fats Domino were two of the top recording artists with songs like Jambalya and Goin’ Home. Gene Kelley was Singing in the Rain at the movie theatre. Many of us are too young to remember the year 1952. However, Mishawaka’s wastewater treatment plant began operation on April 18, 1952.
Effective April 26, 2012, Mishawaka Utilities will have a new phone # in which to call and pay your utility bill either by credit card or e-check through an Interactive Voice Response System. The new # is 1-866-288-0515. There is a charge of $6.70 to pay your bill by credit card and $4.20 charge to pay by e-check.
The City of Mishawaka has conducted a Self-Evaluation of all City-owned facilities outside of the public right-of-way and all City programs for compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and prepared a draft Transition Plan describing the results of the self-evaluation. Title II of the ADA requires that each of the City's services, programs, and activities be readily accessible and usable by individuals with disabilities.