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South-west Lake Maxinkucke Conservancy District  



203 S Main Street
(P.O. Box. 56) Culver , IN 46511-1603 Phone:
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On September 15, 2003, a group of freeholders in Marshall County (the petitioners) filed a petition with the trial court for the creation of a conservancy district for property surrounding the southwest portion of Lake Maxinkuckee.

On December 3, 2003, the trial court held a hearing and found that the petitionersí petition satisfied Indiana Code section 14-33-2-16.2

The NRC held public hearings on July 22, 2004, and November 16, 2004, and filed a report with the trial court on November 18, 2004.

The freeholders opposed to the creation of the Conservancy District (the remonstrators) filed petitions opposing its creation on March 18 and March 28, 2005.

The trial court held a hearing on May 16, 2006, and issued an order on August 15, 2006, creating the Conservancy District #122 and dividing it into seven districts

    John Crist vs. Creation of South-West Lake Maxinkuckee Conservancy, October 22, 2007

    STATE OF INDIANA CLERK OF THE INDIANA SUPREME COURT, COURT OF APPEALS:
      CAUSE NUMBER: 50A04-0612-CV-694
      NAME: John Crist v. South-West Lake Maxinkuckee Conservancy District
      APPELLANT/APPELLEE: Appellant
      DENIED GRANTED: Denied
      DATE: 2-28-08
      JUDGE: Baker, C.J. FP
      OPINION DATE: 10-22-07E
      HEARING:
    2011 officers:
    Chair: Kathryn A Densborn
    Vice Chair: Theodore Schenberg
    Secretary George A Duncan

2011 - Jan 19 - An agreement between the Southwest Lake Maxinkuckee Conservancy District and Marshall County was approved by the Marshall County Commissioners to provide residents of that area of the lake access to Culver sewer hookups. The Limited Easement and Right of Way Agreement would include a security bond for the contractor on the project of $250,000

Meeting dates:< br>
    April 16th, 2011< br> May 14th, 2011< br> June 4, 2011< br> August 20, 2011< br> September 24, 2011< br> October 15th, 2011< br> December 15th, 2011< br>
Members Present: Kathryn Densborn, George Duncan, Dan Yates, Ted Schenberg, Rick George, Chuck Norman, and Jennifer Shea.

An historic agreement between the town of Culver and Southwest Conservancy District, which would hook 165 homes previously using septic systems, to the town's municipal sewer system.







Grinder Pump Station Equipment Bid Submittal Date: July 7, 2011 @ 3:00pm Bid Opening: July 8. 2011 @ 3:00pm

Applications for connection, individual permits, easement permission papers for inspection of sewer system problems were issued and were to be filled in and returned; completion of the main line occurred on 15 October 2011 and all properties had to be hooked up to the new system by 15 October 2012.

2011 - October 29 - The District is now live on Indiana 811 and the grinder pumps are available for pick-up.

2012 - March 11 - ...The Southwest Conservancy District has completed construction of their main sewer line, and six homes have hooked into it and are sending wastewater to Culver ís plant, said Porter. The move is part of a historic agreement shifting the last Lake Maxinkuckee homes away from septic wastewater disposal. It will eventually send waste from all homes on the southwest side of the lake to Culver ís municipal plant. The District, it was noted, bills its member homes and the town bills the District. The town began tracking that flow March 1, according to Porter...






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