To view the Martinsville annual water quality report for 2013, please click on link below: City of Martinsville 2013 Annual Water Quality Report
During the 12-month reporting period, an estimated $118,000 in private funds was invested in building repair and rehabilitation. Public funds invested in buildings totals $49,800. Downtown boasts 68 different businesses that employ approximately 456 people.
In its original form, this two-part article about John Wooden and family was published by the Indiana Historical Society in their journal THG: Connections. Part 1 of the article appeared in the Spring/Summer 2012 (Vol. 52) Issue of that journal, and Part 2 appeared in the Fall/Winter 2012 (Vol. 52) Issue. The article has been edited and reformatted for placement on this website.
Though somewhat of a “best-kept-secret,” Martinsville has all the makings of an artist’s dream gallery, says visiting watercolor artist Jo Bidner.
Morgan County has the potential for significant economic growth but may need improved collaboration in order to capitalize more fully on existing assets and relationships outside its boundaries. That’s one of the key findings reported in a study of the county’s economic development possibilities done by the School of Business at the University of Indianapolis for the Morgan County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC).
Below is just some of the great information discussed during a presentation by Danny O’Malia to our Chamber membership and guests at our April luncheon. For additional interesting resources and to view Mr. O’Malia’s PowerPoint presentation, please see the links at the bottom of this article. What Is a Customer? A Customer… is the… Read More »
1. Crises can come in many forms and can be defined in various ways. The dictionary defines a crisis as: an unstable condition in which an abrupt or decisive change is impending; a turning point.
Check out the presentation by David Holt, Conexus Indiana, at the November Chamber luncheon. Important information regarding future employment opportunities and current issues affecting all things logistics.
Steve Walls of the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) made a presentation to the Greater Martinsville Chamber of Commerce on September 16 concerning progress toward an extension of Interstate 69 (I-69) that surely will have significant impact on economic development in Morgan County.
If you live in the city of Martinsville, please review this discussion of some of the issues facing our city and remember to exercise your right to vote!