As we begin a new year, the Winchester City Council held its first meeting in 2023 on Tuesday evening. The meeting began with the approval of Resolution 2023-1. This resolution concerns four vacant lots in the city of Winchester. These properties are currently owned by the county and will be…

Following the customary Pledge of Allegiance, moment of silence, roll call and approval of the minutes of the previous meeting, Winchester Mayor Bob McCoy introduced and began reading “Rules of Behavior Regarding Public Meetings Within the City of Winchester.” These rules had been reviewed a…

Monday night’s City Council meeting covered a wide array of topics. Following the usual approval of the minutes of the previous meeting, accounts payable, pledge and moment of silence, the Council got down to business approving and passing the Budget Ordinance for 2022 and the Salary Ordinan…

Monday night’s meeting of the Winchester City Council tied up several loose ends from the previous meeting while bringing up some new issues. In the interest of time, Winchester Mayor Bob McCoy chose to begin the meeting with an item of new business.

Delayed one day due to the July 4th holiday falling on a Monday, this week’s regular meeting lasted just under a half hour with the majority of the business being old business from the previous June 20th meeting.

The Winchester City Council met on Monday night after foregoing the previous regular meeting. Following the usual approval of the minutes from the previous meeting, the Council got down to the business at hand. Janice Haines and Dustin Shannon appeared before the Council to request some assi…

This week’s meeting of the Winchester City Council was short but eventful. Council member Leesa Friend-Teale was absent from the meeting. After the customary Pledge of Allegiance, roll call, and moment of silence, those present got down to the business at hand. 

Monday night’s meeting of the Winchester City Council was short but eventful. Following the customary Pledge of Allegiance, roll call, and moment of silence, this week’s meeting of the Winchester City Council got down to business. Brody Tarter gave a report on the auctioning off of some prop…

Following the customary Pledge of Allegiance, roll call, and moment of silence, this week’s meeting of the Winchester City Council got down to business. The meeting began with a  discussion on the matter of allowing UTV’s on the City streets. Many feel that the speeds of which these vehicles…

This week’s meeting of the Winchester City Council was brief but eventful. Council member Leesa Friend-Teale was absent from the meeting, and some business was tabled until the next meeting on April 4, as there were others who were unable to attend as well.

This week’s meeting of the Winchester City Council was brief but eventful. Council members John Boyd, and Terry Alfrey were absent from the meeting which led to several matters being tabled until a later meeting when all members are present.

The Winchester City Council held their regular meeting on Monday evening. As usual, it closed some old business and introduced some new. Councilman Leesa Friend-Teale was absent from the meeting. Following the usual Pledge of Allegiance, moment of silence, roll call, and the approval of the …

The first meeting of the Winchester City Council took place on Monday evening. As usual, it closed some old business and introduced some new. Councilman Tom Sells was absent from the meeting. Following the usual Pledge of Allegiance, moment of silence, roll call, and the approval of the minu…

The regular meeting of the Winchester City Council took place on Monday evening. Some items of old business were finalized, others tabled until future meetings for further discussion. Some new issues were also brought up for consideration.

The Winchester City Council met on Monday evening and discussed a number of recent items. Following the customary roll call, Pledge of Allegiance, moment of silence and approval of the minutes of previous meetings, they got down to business. 

While Monday night’s City Council meeting was relatively uneventful, there were a few interesting moments. Following the usual approval of the minutes from the previous meeting, there was a brief discussion of some amendments to the ordinance on the annexation of Willow Ridge for a new housi…

Monday night’s Winchester City Council meeting was a fairly typical. Items discussed included the 2022 budget for the city, the acquisition of a blighted property on North East Street, and developing a plan for the use of the approximately $1,000,000 in American Rescue Plan (ARP) money that …

This week’s Winchester City Council meeting was short and to the point. The annexation of Willow Ridge for a housing development project was back on track following negotiations with the Indiana Water Company over waterlines connected with the project. Mike Myers of Reliance Power Parts in L…

The Winchester City Council had a productive meeting on Monday with several topics discussed. Following the customary “Pledge of Allegiance,” a moment of silence, and the approval of the minutes of the previous meeting, the council got down to the business at hand.

Various topics were discussed during the City council Meeting that was held on April 19, 2021. Topics ranged from the mundane to the more interesting. The annexation by the City of an area off of Huntsville Road near the Golf Course for a planned housing subdivision that will contain approxi…