Conservancy Annual Meeting January 16

The Battle Ground Conservancy District Annual Meeting is Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at the Tippecanoe Township Fire Station, 112 North Street, Battle Ground. Election of Directors begins at 4:00 PM and the meeting is at 6:00 PM. The agenda includes presentation of 2018 Financial Report, election of 2019 Board Officers and appointments, and member update on District business including the water tower replacement project.

Directors seeking re-elction are Carol Watson, who is unopposed, and Pam Gramelspacher. Also on the ballot is John Langenkamp, a nominee from the historic area.

To view the list of 2018 Board Members click here...

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If there is need for a Boil Water Advisory, the alert would reach you quickly, prior to media announcements on WLFI and local radio.

Water Tower Project Updates

Water Tower Project




Director Elections Open to Eligible Freeholders

Due to the contested Director seat, the district will have an election period prior to Annual Meeting. County records for property ownership are used to determine eligible voters.
IC 14-33-5-5 states one vote may be cast per freehold (only one representative of each property held in fee simple title [a deed holder]). A freehold is made up of all property deeded in the same manner. A trust owner is eligible (but not beneficiaries), corporate owners must verify owner/officer status as registered with the Indiana Secretary of State. Each person may cast no more than one vote, regardless of the number of freeholds.

Absentee ballots are available at Town Hall, 100 College Street, Battle Ground.
Each freehold must sign for the ballot  and return it by 4:00 PM on Tuesday, January 15. The signature on the ballot must match the signature on file.
The Election Committee will verify and count all ballots, and report to the Annual Meeting. 


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Water Tower Replacement

November 09, 2018

Plans to start construction of a replacement water tower were delayed for a few months but are now active again. The tower site north of town is acquired and the next step is completing the final engineering design for construction bids, estimated to start in late spring 2019. 

To follow the progress of water system upgrades, attend the monthly Conservancy meetings, third Wednesday at 6:00 PM, 100 College Street in Battle Ground.


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