WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - New Chauncey residents came together Monday to look back at the past and look forward to the future.
Nearly 30 residents along with some city officials gathered at the Morton Community Center for an annual community meeting.
Neighbors talked about the recent victory regarding the sign ordinance, the land use plan, the historic preservation and the State Street master plan.
Residents also voiced their concerns with the trash and recycling collection problems.
Neighborhood Association member Zachary Baiel says having a bigger presence online will benefit the community in many ways.
"It's a great way to communicate and organize things in and around the neighborhood. You can easily see for this, that we sent out an evite, you're able to see who's going to come. You can coordinate who's bringing what food to a picnic, that sort of thing," said Baiel.
Residents were also told that they will be getting a new representative on City Council because of a necessary redrawing of the lines, regardless of what happens with the proposed annexation.
Pride Lafayette Inc. is commending the mayors of Lafayette and West Lafayette for their stance against a proposed constitutional ban of same-sex marriage. But other major community entities have yet to take a stand for or against it.
Bauer Family Resources is getting a boost from the Alcoa Foundation. Funds will go towards creating youth programs that will help children grow development skills.
Three sections of the Hoosier Heartland Highway in Tippecanoe County are set to be re-named in recognition of three Medal of Honor recipients.