CDC initiating young professionals organization
Pulaski County Economic Development committee members are rounding up business professionals as part of a potential young professional organization.
The idea behind the young professional organization is to encourage young professionals to network while also enhancing career development. It would be volunteer-led by the young professionals, who will give their input into the group.
PCED would help develop the young professional organization (YPO) to meet the needs of the community’s young professionals.
Pulaski County Community Development Commission Executive Director Nathan Origer has been thinking about how to Click to continue reading…
ISP plan strong presence to deter drunk driving
Just as basketball is stirring up a great deal of activity this March, more than 250 Indiana law enforcement agencies are planning to launch action of their own as part of Operation Pull Over.
Now through Sunday, March 23, the Indiana State Police will be among those agencies and will initiate a major enforcement effort to crack down on impaired and dangerous driving. The enforcement effort will include saturation patrols and sobriety checkpoints throughout the entire state.
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Star City Sewer District seeks refund for services that were not rendered
After council with Star City Sewer District attorney Dan Murphy, board president Walter Craig informed board members what options they could take in regards to services they paid for but felt were not done.
During a regular board meeting on Monday, Walter said the board could request a refund from USIC for services that were not rendered.
In December, the board voted to not pay a bill because board members felt the company has not located underground utility lines that they are contracted by the sewer district to find.
On Monday, Walter said he had spoken to Murphy who advised him Click to continue reading…
Summit to focus on quality of life
Focusing resources on improving the quality of life in rural communities is the focus of the 2014 Pulaski County Economic Development Summit on Tuesday, March 4.
Pulaski County Community Development Commission board members and executive director Nathan P. Origer are inviting business owners and community leaders to the summit that will feature Indiana economic-development veteran Dick Heupel, who is the director of economic and community development for the Ball State University Building Better Communities (BBC) programs.
Heupel will highlight Click to continue reading…
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