From the Office of the Mayor
DR. GREGORY NORMAN APPOINTED TO CARROLL COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
Mayor Anita Werling today announced the appointment of Dr. Gregory Norman to the Carroll County Economic Development Corporationboard as one of the City of Delphi’s three representatives. Norman and Miller Eye Care is a mainstay business in Delphi since 1982, now with branches in Lafayette,Frankfort, Crawfordsville, and five other locations. Norman has served on the boards of the Carroll County Community Foundation, Delphi Rotary, Delphi Preservation Society, Oracle Club, and other not-for-profit organizations. Dr. Norman is immediate Past-President of the Indiana Optometric Association and an officer in the Indiana University School of Optometry Alumni Association. In 2015, Dr. Norman received the Samuel Milroy Award for service to the community from the Greater Delphi Chamber of Commerce.
“Greg Norman has the business acumen, community involvement, and leadership experience that I was seeking for this appointment,” Werling stated. “He will join Delphi’s other representatives—Joe Mayfield and Ken Walton—at this critical juncture for the Carroll County Economic Development Corporation as it seeks a new executive director and with several exciting prospects on the horizon.”
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An order of demolition of the unsafe building at 106 E. Main Street was sent August 14, 2020 to the building’s owner Hageman Property Investments, LLC.
The owner was granted an extension at the September 8th meeting of the City of Delphi Board of Public Works and Safety. Pursuant to Indiana Code Chapter 36-7-9, the City of Delphi Board of Public Works and Safety will hold a public hearing on the demolition order on Monday, September 21, 2020 at 5:30 p.m. at the Delphi Community Center, 311 N. Washington Street, Delphi, Indiana 46923 to determine what remedies may be taken.
The Delphi Water Works is developing a Wellhead Protection Plan for their new municipal water supply well (Well 6) located behind the Save A Lot and near the canal. As a first step in developing the plan, a local planning committee is being established. The committee will be comprised of area citizens who in partnership with the Water Works and City will make decisions on how best to protect the community’s drinking water supply from potential sources of contamination.
Interested parties are invited to attend and learn more about the process and/or volunteer to serve on the local planning team. The meeting will be held at the Board of Public Works and Safety Meeting at the Community Center, 311 N. Washington Street in Delphi on September 21, 2020 at 5:30 PM.
Please contact Craig Myers at the Water Works with any questions or concerns at 765-564-3944.