New Traffic alert – Charles St from Lincolnway East to Vistula Rd restricted to thru traffic. (6/4-8/16) Access to Twin Branch Park and parking lot is open. NIPSCO has also notified the City of Mishawaka that a very necessary and immediate repair/maintenance is going to take place on their 16″ Steel Pipeline on southbound 331.  There will be partial lane closure southbound 331 starting Wednesday, 6/5/2024 on 331 near Dragoon Trail and Dragoon Trail will be closed west of 331 (1,600 feet) for excavation.  The work may take longer than five days to complete. It will most likely take crews five days to repair the line with additional days to do inspection and clean up/restore the excavation area. NIPSCO is looking at closer to being in that area for two weeks.    
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Media Alert: Front Porch Friday with Mayor Dave Wood

MEDIA ALERT 

For further information contact Mayor Dave Wood at 574-258-1601 or Executive Director, Development & Governmental Affairs, Matthew Lentsch at 574-535-8679 

Front Porch Friday with Mayor Dave Wood is scheduled for this Friday from noon to 1:00 pm. 

What: Front Porch Friday with Mayor Dave Wood 

When: Friday, June 7th, 2024, from noon to 1:00 pm.  

Where: The event will be held on the front porch of the Mishawaka Utilities Business Office at 107 North Main Street, Mishawaka. 

Background: Mayor Wood often says that the highest and best title in all of politics is that of “mayor.”  The job of a mayor is unique in American politics in that one can have a vision, develop plans, form partnerships, build coalitions, and get things done for the betterment of the community.
Since the services provided by local government are those most keenly felt or depended upon by city residents, a mayor can have a significant impact on the quality of life in a community far more than any other politician at any level of government.  Mayors get things done, but only when they get feedback from their community’s citizens.
Most public servants at the local level, regardless of party, get involved in serving, solving problems, and making a difference.
To serve the citizens of Mishawaka, Mayor Dave Wood wants to have a community conversation and hear most effectively from you.
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