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Blackiston Mill Road Bridge Closing for Inspection
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Blackiston Mill Road Bridge Closing for Inspection

CLARKSVILLE, IN (April 21, 2022) – Officials in Floyd County have alerted the Town of Clarksville that they will be shutting down the Blackiston Mill Road Bridge over Silver Creek on Thursday, April 28th from 10:00am-3:00pm. The closure is anticipation of a bridge inspection that will be taking place that day. The Blackiston Mill Road...

Town of Clarksville Working to Improve Communications
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Town of Clarksville Working to Improve Communications

CLARKSVILLE, IN (April 21, 2022) – For any municipality, one of the most vital parts of providing quality service to your residents is having excellent communications.  Residents want to know what is happening in their community and what it’s leaders are doing to make it better.  If you are reading this article, you want to...

Town Council Approves New Residential Rental Inspection Program
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Town Council Approves New Residential Rental Inspection Program

CLARKSVILLE, IN (April 21, 2022) – The Clarksville Town Council is taking new action to make sure local rental properties are kept in good working order for local residents. During Tuesday’s regularly scheduled Council meeting, the Clarksville Town Council voted 7-0 in favor of the program created by Clarksville Building Commissioner Rick Barr. Commissioner Barr...

Clarksville Fire Chief Brandon Skaggs: Leading with a Passion
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Clarksville Fire Chief Brandon Skaggs: Leading with a Passion

CLARKSVILLE, IN (April 18, 2022) – Firefighter, leader, community servant.  Any or all of these terms can be used to describe the position of Clarksville Fire Chief Brandon Skaggs.  For Chief Skaggs, however, the position is much more than a job that pays the bills.  To him, serving the Town of Clarksville is a way...

Take a Trip Through the History of Clarksville, Indiana Online
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Take a Trip Through the History of Clarksville, Indiana Online

CLARKSVILLE, IN (April 14, 2022) – Through the work of retired librarian Bob Glass and the cooperation of the Clarksville Historical Preservation Commission, many historical materials from the Town of Clarksville Archives have been digitized. The project was made possible with funding from the Town of Clarksville. The collection was originally created by the Clarksville...