Public hearing next step for EPCSC facility improvements project
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation board members are ready to share information regarding a facility improvement project with the community as they approved the advertising of a public hearing.

During a regular meeting Monday, board members approved to schedule a public hearing in regards to the facility improvements and costs for Monday, Sept. 29.

School board members watched a quick electronic presentation that was a condensed version ofthe many topics board members have already discussed, such as the primary focus of the project.

According to the presentation, given by a representative from Gibraltar Design and a financial advisor of Umbaugh, the project involves Click to continue reading…

West Central schools plan on improvement
West Central School Corporation administration, staff and school board members have a plan and they are ready to use it as the new school year is underway.

During a regular school board meeting on Sept. 4, the board approved three school improvement plans, one for each school building.

The plans are based on a variety of test data including I-STEP and SATs that are taken by the high schoolers.

Elementary school principal Dan Zylstra and middle and high school principal Pat Culp discussed the goals with the school board and why those particular goals were set.

For the elementary school, Zylstra said they took a look at the I-STEP scores recognizing Click to continue reading…

Discussion of projects, repairs tops commissioners’ agenda
Updates regarding several infrastructure projects of different county buildings were presented to the Pulaski County Commissioners during a regular meeting on Monday.

Maintenance supervisor Jeff Johnston reported on several issues regarding county buildings. So many of the issues have happened recently while others haven’t been fixed because of delays with insurance such as the hail damage of the courthouse and justice center roofs.

Johnston said repair of the justice center and the courthouse roofs will begin Click to continue reading…

Rates, service fees increase with rate study
Those who are serviced by the Winamac municipal electric utility will see a rate and service fee increase beginning Oct. 1.

An ordinance introducing the new rates was presented to the council after a public hearing on Aug. 11. The rates indicate an increase of 11.2 percent.

What that means for the average household is an increase of less than $10.

The town approved a rate study to be conducted by the Indiana Municipal Power Agency on April 11. The study is used to indicate Click to continue reading…


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