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Resilient Pike's Creation Care Ambassador Carlos Perkins and Bethel United Methodist Church will be streaming live on Wednesday, February 10th at 7:00 pm for the first of four Webinars around environmental sustainability, energy and social capital. Join on Resilent Pikes webpage, Bethel United Church Website or through youtube. Contact 317-634-7002 for more information. Speakers include Ray Wilson, Dori Chandler and Carlos Perkins.
This is an excert from an IndyScrub article by Sarah Bowman London Gibson Published on February 8, 2021. "Indianapolis Star pushing for the measure deny any conflict of interest, but the industry connections could help explain why the legislation is moving through the Republican-controlled General Assembly at such a fast clip, despite reservations from the party's top state official, Gov. Eric Holcomb."
He has expressed concerns about the measure's environmental impact. And in an unusual move, he allowed his state environmental and natural resource agencies to openly oppose it during a recent hearing.
Environmental advocates and at least one good government expert say the possibility that lawmakers might personally benefit from the bill should raise questions about what's motivating the push to approve it." Exert from story published. IndyStar data reporter Emily Hopkins contributed to this report.
Call IndyStar reporter Sarah Bowman at 317-444-6129 or email at email@example.com. Follow her on Twitter and Facebook: @IndyStarSarah. Contact IndyStar reporter London Gibson at 317-419-1912 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow her on Twitter @londongibson.
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Our watershed is an important ecological resource. Sign up to monitor Crooked Creek Near your neighborhood. Need partners at 52nd St., 86th and Grandview.
The fire fighters of Pike FD Station 64 planted four trees today. When mature, they will convert enough CO2 to 02 to support one person for six months. They will add beauty for many more.
The National Zero Waste Virtual Conference is a three-day educational and networking event organized by the National Recycling Coalition. Plan on joining us to hear from local, national and international experts on the latest updates and best practices to get to Zero Waste.
Lots of litter, and planting - we need your help.
100's of trees at risk of being removed at 7825 Michigan Rd.
Public Hearing and relevant land use cases in Crooked Creek / Michigan Rd. Corridor - see below
This site was rezoned in 2012 with specific uses designated that do not include self storage.
Additional use request for 7.1 acres north and east of the Walmart Neighborhood Market to build a self storgage unit as overlayed on the photo with retail space.
Apex Realty received Conditional Approval for Plat of 18 acres converting 82 lots in the Current Augusta Heights Neighborhood. 18 Acres of trees will be removed and work along Crooked Creek stream, wetlands and watershed. In addition, there are 20+ homes in the current area that will be severely impacted by construction with new roads and disruption of utility service.
Waiting on Stormwater Engineering Plans, Construction Plans, Utility plans, and Infrastructure plans to be submitted. Current neighbors who will be affected by the construction are in opposition. This plat was approved in 1923 and was resubmitted on two other occasions and denied. The current DMD plat committee accepted the proposal in an area that is currently marked as environmentally sensitive overlay on the planning maps. Contact DMD Linda Ahlbrand for more information.