The Pulaski County government has completed a contract with NIPSCO in preparation for construction work on the Reynolds-Topeka Transmission line.
A parking lot in the 200 block of South Main Street in Culver is seeing work progress.
The striping and paving on the parking lot have been completed, something that Town Manager Jonathan Leist said progressed nicely. At this point in the upgrades, however, Culver is responsible for lighting, fencing, signage, and screening in the parking lot.
Construction on the Reynolds-Topeka Transmission Line is getting underway and NIPSCO says they continue to expect operations to begin in 2018.
The project is a multi-county, multi-million dollar project designed to increase the effectiveness of utilities providers in Northern Indiana. NIPSCO isn’t alone, however, in their efforts. Similar projects are going on across the country in an attempt to meet federal renewable energy standards.
Eastern Pulaski School Corporation school wide construction is on target to finish on time. Even though the construction will go into the next school year, everything is on track to finish and should not continue after the planed end date. Continue reading
Pulaski County intends to hold-off funding a proposed courthouse renovation until some new perspective can be gained.
During a joint session of the County Commissioners and County Council, the project – which has been in the planning stages for the past three years – was discussed with the intent of providing more substantive direction.
Pulaski Memorial Hospital will be asking for further support from the County government in preparation for renovations to the hospital.
Today is the day work begins on a bridge on U.S. 30 just west of Hamlet.
A major construction project in Culver is officially behind schedule.
Financing to help expand Pulaski Memorial Hospital is a go following Monday night’s Pulaski County Council meeting.
Pulaski Memorial Hospital has taken steps to finance upgrades to its facilities.
Plans call for the expansion of the Rural Health Clinic and the replacement of the Specialist Clinic building. Officials with the hospital presented their plans to the Pulaski County Commissioners on Monday night.
The Town of Culver is looking for feedback on the development of bike trails, and they’re using online methods to gather comments.
Pulaski County officials made their pitch to the public last night at the Eastern Pulaski Middle School Socialtorium for renovations and additions to the County Courthouse.
The Indiana Department of Transportation is recognizing Work Zone Awareness Week, and they’re reminding motorists not to be THAT driver.
Pulaski County’s Maintenance Director is making the case for upgrades to the Pulaski County Courthouse.
In an article submitted to local media by Jeff Johnstone, information is provided to residents of Pulaski County detailing exactly why the project is being undertaken. An effort is also made to counter some of the arguments being made against increased spending.
The Pulaski County Commissioners spent time reviewing proposed upgrades and renovations to the courthouse.
Plans have been several months in the works with engineering reviews and architectural considerations being made. Although the plan has not yet been green-lighted, Pulaski County has spent considerable time evaluating the problems facing the courthouse and some possible solutions.
Upgrades have been ongoing at the Pulaski County Justice Center that the Sheriff hopes will be able to prevent inmate misbehavior.
During Monday night’s meeting of the Knox Board of Zoning Appeals, a representative of Tractor Supply Co. requested a variance be granted to allow for the use of outdoor storage space at the Knox Mall – the proposed site of the store.
The Indiana Department of Transportation is suspending construction and maintenance work to make Christmas travel safer and a little easier, but some restrictions will remain where long-term projects are taking place. Continue reading
During a joint session of the Pulaski County Council and Commissioners, a presentation was given for the possible issuance of bonds for upgrades and repairs to the courthouse. The County is currently analyzing the courthouse building before bidding architectural work for the upgrades.
A site near the Astoria Inn in Knox is being used as a middle ground, of sorts, in preparation for the Reynolds-Topeka Transmission Line.