Aug 6. 2019. Letter to the Editor – BCD : Mark calendars for Septic Summit in September By Clint Studabaker – Board Member, Brown County Regional Sewer District (BCRSD)
- The Septic Summit will be held Tuesday evening, Sept. 3, 2019, at the 4-H fairgrounds. The equipment show will be open from 5 to 6 p.m. The expert panel discussion and audience question-and-answer session will begin at 6 p.m. until about 8 p.m.
Brown County citizen Brandy Russell shares her research on information to know about Septic Systems – Do you know your Septic 2019_06_27 Author Bandy Russell
Aug 13, 2019. BCD GUEST OPINION: What you can learn at the county’s Septic Summit by Clint Studabaker
Aug 6, 2019. BCD, Letter: Mark calendars for Septic Summit in September by Clint Studabaker, member Brown County Regional Sewer District.
Aug 3, 2019. BCD, GUEST OPINION: How much do you know about your septic system? By Kara Hammes.
- Kara Hammes serves on the Area Plan Commission (APC) and the Parks and Rec Board
May 21, 2019. BCD. Meet the new Brown County Purdue Extension educators, Staff Reports. Kara Hammes -Health and Human Services/Agriculture and Natural Resources. Kara Hammes is the new Health and Human Sciences & Ag and Natural Resources Extension educator for Brown County.
- Mar 19, 2019. A new agent has joined the Brown County Real Estate team – Kara Hammes
- Aug 21, 2018. Septic ordinance committee expands, adds members By Sara Clifford
- The applicants were Richard Hall, an attorney; Kara Hammes, who has a background in public health and is a licensed real estate agent; Randy Jones, a retired environmental health specialist from Henry County; Brad Williamson, who works in environmental management for the Indiana Department of Transportation and is a real estate agent; Russ Herndon, a member of the Brown County Area Plan Commission; and Clint Studabaker, a member of the Brown County Regional Sewer District board and retired environmental and civil engineer.
May 29, 2018. Town considering tax abatement for small business
- Kara and Clint Hammes of Nashville approached the Nashville Redevelopment Commission and the Nashville Town Council in May to ask for the abatement. … Their plan is to raze the Barnyard Shoppes buildings at 185 S. Jefferson St. and replace them with a two-story, multi-use building. Their business plan includes having a rentable commercial kitchen for food entrepreneurs to share and an indoor play space for young children on the lower level, and office or residential space on the second level. … They plan to invest close to $500,000 in the new building.
Sep/Oct 2019. Proposed New Septic Ordinance – For the Record
- Example – Shelby County Soil and Water Conservation District Free Septic System Workshop