Business briefs: Self storage joining pallet company property


CLM Pallet Company is located at 3103 W. CR 1000N in Fortville.

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FORTVILLE — The owner of a property on which a pallet recycling company operates plans to add self storage to the site.

Plans discussed at a Fortville Board of Zoning Appeals meeting late last month indicate about 25 self-storage units of varying sizes are planned for the east side of the property at 3103 W. CR 1000N, where CLM Pallet Recycling operates.

The board of zoning appeals approved a variance for the project reducing a 50-foot setback required for the storage units along Shaw Street/CR 300W to 20 feet.

Construction starts on senior living campus

HANCOCK COUNTY — Indiana-based Avenue Development, in partnership with Randall Residence, announced construction has begun on the senior living campus in Hancock Gateway Park at Mt. Comfort Road and I-70.

Randall Residence at Gateway Park will consist of independent living cottages and apartments as well as licensed assisted living and memory care apartments and services. Residents will have access to onsite amenities such as multiple dining venues, theater, meeting and activity space, fitness equipment, a beauty salon and more. Strategic outdoor amenity spaces with an emphasis on keeping aging adults healthy will also be a focus of the community. In addition, the proximity of Hancock Health at Gateway Park provides an opportunity for additional programming to be developed in collaboration with the wellness experts at Hancock Health.

Randall Residence at Gateway Park is now leasing and has an estimated open date of fall 2023.

Credit union contributes $3,129 to health foundation

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Members Credit Union recently presented a check for $3,129 to Community Health Network Foundation as part of an ongoing debit card giveback program.

The partnership allows members to show their support of the independent nonprofit hospital system by signing up for and using a Community Health Network debit card. Every time the card is used as a signature-based transaction, Community Health Network Foundation benefits. The more cards that are in use, the larger the contribution. Since beginning the program in 2017, Community Health Network Foundation has earned $14,734 through the giveback program.