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Realtors make $20K grant to economic development group

State and local Realtors on Tuesday presented grants totaling $20,000 to the Economic Development Coalition of Southwest Indiana. The Evansville Area Association of Realtors donated...

4 percent cut proposed for Montgomery County property taxes

Amid eight Indiana counties that have come up with alternatives to relieving property tax payers, Montgomery County’s plan offers the lowest estimated property tax...

Don’t dip into surplus for tax relief

 As expected, Gov. Mitch Daniels is getting all kinds of advice from numerous quarters on how to solve Indiana's property tax crisis.The temptation to...

Gateway Park in Plainfield Moves Forward

PLAINFIELD, IND. – Gateway Park, Building II, located in a new master-planned office-flex/warehouse/retail park west of Indianapolis International Airport, is under construction, Colliers Turley...

Indiana Apartment Association Seeks Tax Reform

INDIANAPOLIS - The Indiana Apartment Association is seeking tax reform by kicking off a statewide voter registration campaign next month. Apartment owners and rental...

Property Tax Assessment Frustrations

It's that time of year, when you receive the dreaded property tax re-assessments in the mail. Many people living in St. Joe County say the...

Warehouse of Lafayette Plans Expansion After Selling Buildings

The Warehouse of Lafayette LLC has sold three buildings, acquired another and announced it will build more new facilities locally.



Indiana gubernatorial candidate John Gregg released his infrastructure plan for Indiana, proposing a raid on the Next Generation Trust Fund to fund new projects. As the Hoosier majority Member on the U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, Rep. Todd Rokita issued the following statement in response to Mr. Gregg’s proposal


American Infrastructure Should be Built with American-Made Products

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly called for the restoration of a ‘Buy America’ provision in the bipartisan Water Resources Development Act (WRDA), to require projects funded by the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) to be built with American-made iron and steel products