Septic System Education

Questions and answers from the Septic Summit By -9/24/19 9:48 AM  Facebook post of the article.

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. 

Sep 5, 2019. Septic System Summit. – Very Informative.  My BCM Facebook post on key points.    Handouts from the Summit:

Aug 25, 2019.  BCD, GUEST OPINION:  Septics and Sewers -major changes proposed, by Tim J. Clark

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 board.

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.

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