Pulaski County’s problems with plastic are much more limited than previously thought.
The County Commissioners clarified an issue Tuesday night involving plastic products sorted at the Pulaski County Recycling and Transfer Station. The County has experienced difficulty in recent weeks connecting one vendor with another in the plastics market due to the price of oil: currently near $30 per barrel. Continue reading →
The mild winter has been good to Pulaski County’s road salt reserves.
Around 20 tons have been used so far, a drop in the bucket for what the county uses during a typical winter. So far, road crews in Pulaski County have only been out de-icing the roads a couple of times. More snow is expected in the area as the winter season progresses. Continue reading →
Pulaski County believes they are within two months of revising their salary ordinance.
Months of work has led to the development of a plan, otherwise referred to as the “salary matrix.” The document saves the county money on new hires, but also provides incentives for longevity with the county. Continue reading →
The Pulaski County Election Board has decided to develop fines that may affect candidates for political office.
A few members of the board recently traveled to the Indiana Election Administrators Conference. Among the topics brought back for consideration is applying fines to candidates who may not file required financial paperwork by state deadlines. Continue reading →
The Pulaski County Commissioners have reorganized themselves with the start of the New Year.
Each year, the board takes the opportunity to serve on different boards and possibly reorganize into different positions. During Monday night’s meeting, the Commissioners decided it was time for a new commission President. Continue reading →
A downtown Winamac building is ready for demolition.
During Monday night’s Pulaski County Commissioners meeting, Winamac Town Manager Brad Zellers appeared before the board to discuss a collaborative effort to tear down the structure, otherwise known as the Long Branch property. Continue reading →
Pulaski County may consider future changes to the way off-road vehicles may be used on County Roads and Highway.
During last night’s Pulaski County Commissioners meeting, a member of the public approached the board to request that an ordinance be developed to allow for their use for disabled individuals. Continue reading →
A change in Clerk is bringing with it an abridged decision on wages paid in Pulaski County
Christi Hoffa was selected as the new Clerk of Pulaski County during a caucus earlier this year. She will replace sitting Clerk Tasha Foerg. As part of the transition – which will take place on January 1st – Hoffa intends to handpick her own 1st Deputy Clerk. Continue reading →
Pulaski County is reviewing financial options for a proposed courthouse renovation.
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. Continue reading →
Pulaski County is continuing discussions on what has become a bit of an animal problem.
The issue surfaced last week during a joint session of the Pulaski County Council and County Commissioners. Talks continued during last night’s Commissioners meeting to find space to properly house the animals. Continue reading →