The Indiana Department of Insurance is warning Hoosier homeowners and renters that accidental damage caused by fireworks that are banned in their counties may not be covered by their homeowners or renters insurance policies.
To be accepted into ESP, each of these facilities has maintained a standard of environmental compliance, developed and implemented an environmental management system (ISO 14001 certified), and committed to report on their environmental initiatives every year.
Mark A. Schroeder will be assuming the position of Executive Chairman, D. Neil Dauby will be assuming the position of President & Chief Executive Officer and Bradley M. Rust will transition to an expanded role of Senior Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, while also continuing in his current Chief Financial Officer role. Mr. Dauby has also been appointed to the boards of both organizations effective immediately.
The public is invited to enjoy on-board tours with the aircraft crew, or to take the ultimate Living History Flight Experience and see Evansville from the sky! A limited number of flights are available on the warbirds.
Indiana farmers have set a conservation record this year by planting an estimated 1.5 million acres of overwinter living covers, the largest amount ever recorded by an Indiana Conservation Partnership survey.
As of the meeting the Tri-County YMCA reported having 1260 membership units, an 8% increase over June 2020. The YMCA also celebrated the ribbon cutting and grand re-opening of its Re-Imagine your Y expansion.