Economic Improvement District Close to Reality in Evansville

first_imgCHANNEL 44 NEWS: Economic Improvement District Close to Reality in EvansvilleSEPTEMBER 19TH, 2017  CHELSEA KOERBLER EVANSVILLE, INDIANA Downtown Evansville could be one step closer to becoming an Economic Development District, also known as an EID. Just a few more petitions are need for officials to take the next step.Evansville is one of the largest cities in the U.S. that does not have an EID. It’s a private sector funding mechanism, designed to improve business districts.Since June, petitions have been sent out to people who own property in the zip code 47708.Involvement in the district is completely voluntary, but 50 percent of homeowners who hold greater than 50 percent of the property value must agree to be a part of it, to make it a reality.“In some communities it’s used to assist with homelessness issues,’ said Joshua Armstrong, Downtown Alliance director. “In some communities it’s used to pressure wash the sidewalks every month. It just depends on what those property ownersdecide.”once enough petitions are collected, Evansville City Council would create an ordinance, then the district would officially be created.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

St. Mary’s Hospital for Women & Children Birth Records

first_imgHolly and Cameron Reine, Evansville, son, Connor Michael, May 7Emily Young, Oakland City, Ind., son, Bishop Joseph, May 8Ashlee and Dalton Ireland, Evansville, daughter, Ayla Mae, May 8Katelyn Walsh and Zacheriah Hust, Evansville, son, Abraham Orion, May 8Rachael and Christopher Gibson, Evansville, son, Matthew Jaceb, May 9Danielle Harpe and David Flota, Evansville, son, Samwise Lawrence, May 9Sara and Nathan Wood, Evansville, son, Kayson Lee, May 9Carissa and Adam Shiyab, Evansville, daughter, Halle Adam, May 9Stephanie Davenport and Nathaniel McGill, Newburgh, Ind., daughter, Aria Dawn, May 9Myiona Payne-Brown and Andrew Frieson, Evansville, son, Andrew James Jr., May 9Michelle and Chad Young, Evansville, daughter, La’Chelle Lee, May 10Kathleen and Nicholas Sokeland, Evansville, son, Henry Audubon McGinnis, May 10Amber and Josh Martin, Patoka, Ind., daughter, Madisyn Kay, May 10Bonnie and Robert Woodham, Evansville, daughter, Raelynn Michelle, May 11Jamie Mason and James Price II, Evansville, daughter, Mieah Grace, May 11Kaylah Goines and Terry Ealum, Evansville, daughter, Kaiyah Nicholle, May 11Erin and Ryan Hilsmeyer, Huntingburg, Ind., daughter, Jocelyn Nicole, May 12Alyssa and Timothy McGuire, Henderson, Ky., daughter, Elise Anniston, May 12Brittney Eatherly and James Yarbrough, Mount Vernon, Ind., son, Kaide Michael, May 12Katie and Kyle Rudolph, Evansville, son, Caleb Reed, May 13Sarah and Mark Vyvoda, Mount Vernon, Ind., daughter, Evalyn Jayne, May 13FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more