CITY OF MARTINSVILLE RECORDS THIRD YEAR OF STRONG FINANCES

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Martinsville, Ind. – The City of Martinsville finished 2018 with a strong financial standing, similar to recent years. Per a February report from Reedy Financial Group, the City’s accountants, the City of Martinsville closed a third consecutive year in a strong financial position under Mayor Shannon Kohl. Noted in the report, the City “has seen some positive trends and has …

CITY OF MARTINSVILLE FEATURED IN STATE MAGAZINE

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Martinsville, Ind. – The City of Martinsville was featured in the most recent issue of the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority “The Magazine.” The revitalization of the downtown area in Martinsville is the subject of a spotlight article on Martinsville’s history and future. Titled “Martinsville: Rooted in History, Embracing the Future,” the article shows the path the City has …

UNSAFE BUILDING AND HEARING AUTHORITY SHOWS IMMENSE GROWTH

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Martinsville, Ind. – The Unsafe Building and Hearing Authority takes a look at the progress it has made over the last few years in the City of Martinsville. Starting about 2.5 years ago, the Unsafe Building and Hearing Authority (UBHA) has made large steps in the Martinsville community to keep residents and buildings as safe as possible. When Mayor Shannon …

MAYOR INVITED TO STATE OF THE STATE FOR SECOND TIME

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Martinsville, Ind. – Mayor Shannon Kohl received an invitation from Governor Eric Holcomb for the State of the State Address next week. While not all Indiana mayors receive invitations, Mayor Kohl is honored to be invited back a second time to the State of the State Address by the Governor of Indiana. “To receive another invitation speaks volumes to what …

MEET THE MAYOR MONDAY: JANUARY 14

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Martinsville, Ind. – Mayor Shannon Kohl will be hosting a Meet the Mayor Monday this coming Monday, January 14, 2019 at Beefcake Burgers in Martinsville from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. This gives community members the opportunity to meet Mayor Kohl and ask about things going on within the City. ### For questions, contact the Mayor’s Office at 765-342-2861.

GUIDELINES APPROVAL HOLDS ACCOUNTABILITY FOR FUTURE CITY PURCHASES

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Martinsville, Ind. – The City of Martinsville Board of Works approved purchasing guidelines in Monday night’s Board of Works meeting. Purchasing guidelines, which were not in place previously, were approved in Monday’s Board of Works meeting to set the standard for future purchases done by the City of Martinsville. While the City did not have guidelines in place in the …

OPENING NIGHT OF FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS THIS SATURDAY

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Martinsville, Ind. – The annual Festival of Lights event will host its opening night this Saturday night. In its 25th year, the Festival of Lights opening night is set to start at 6 p.m. Saturday, November 24 at Jimmy Nash City Park. Santa will make an appearance on a firetruck and hot chocolate and cookies will be available for children. …

MAYOR’S YOUTH COUNCIL TO DONATE COOKIES

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Martinsville, Ind. – The City of Martinsville Mayor’s Youth Council will be donating cookies for the opening night of the Festival of Lights. This Saturday, the Mayor’s Youth Council will be donating cookies to the Festival of Lights event at Jimmy Nash City Park. While the cookies are free to those who attend the event, the Youth Council will be …

SATURDAY WELCOMES HOLIDAY FESTIVITIES AND EVENTS TO COMMUNITY

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Martinsville, Ind. – Holidays festivities will be available for the enjoyment by all this Saturday at Jimmy Nash City Park. As many prepare for the coming holidays and colder weather, there will be a number of opportunities to get in the holiday spirit this Saturday, November 17. To start the day, head over to the Cookies with Santa and Holiday …

Mayor Kohl Represented State With White House Invitation This Week

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Mayor Shannon Kohl represented the State of Indiana at the Women Mayors of America Conference in Washington, D.C. this week. The White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs and Accelerated Indiana Municipalities (AIM) invited Mayor Kohl to participate in discussions with key administration officials and policymakers on shared priorities on Thursday, September 20. As one of two mayors from Indiana attending, …