Pulaski County Commissioners

Facial covers are no longer being enforced in Pulaski County as the town ordinances and county order have been repealed.  The town councils of Winamac and Francesville both approved to repeal the facial covering ordinance during emergency meetings on May 13. The ordinances, local disaster emergency...
As the number of COVID-19 cases increase in the county and surrounding counties, county and town officials are looking at ways to help keep the public safe without trying to enforce too many restrictions.  One way of doing this was to implement an order or an ordinance that advises the public to...
Pulaski County Commissioners have ordered that residents must wear masks while in public and visiting businesses. The order is in effect on May 1. If residents are not wearing masks they can be cited with a Class B misdemeanor.
Pulaski County Commissioners approved to extend the temporary workforce reduction for two more weeks following Gov. Holcomb’s lead.  The commissioners met at a regular meeting Monday morning to discuss a few county items of business and also discuss whether all employees should go back to work. ...
Pulaski County Council members held a meeting Monday evening with all but one member attending the meeting by phone.
A request for funding from the incident management team was approved by the Pulaski County Council but not the original amount the team was asking for.   County council members met during a regular meeting Monday evening. All the members met by phone except council president Ken Boswell who was at...
Downtown Winamac is typically a hub of activity during the week because of the restaurants, businesses and courthouse. Parking places are plenty as many residents are following the stay home order.
Pulaski County Commissioner Kenny Becker has approved to extend the temporary workforce reduction until April 20.  The executive order began on March 16 after the commissioners approved the reduction policy in case it was needed. According to the commissioners, this order and policy does not stop...
Pulaski County Commissioners and county council members met during an emergency meeting on March 18 to discuss shutting the courthouse to the public but still offering services to the public.
Pulaski County Commissioners and council members approved to close the county offices and facilities because of the COVID-19 outbreak.  The two groups held an emergency meeting on March 18, to discuss whether the county offices should be closed to the public and how a workforce reduction period...
Pulaski County Health Department officials spoke with the county commissioners about the threat of COVID-19 but didn’t discuss any plans.  County health officer Dr. Rex Allman and director of environmental health and department director Terri Hanson spoke with the commissioners during a regular...
The Pulaski County Commissioners have accomplished more than past commissioners and county council members have in regards to maintaining the courthouse.  On Tuesday, Feb. 18, the commissioners approved an engagement letter with a bond counsel company and a municipal advisor company, moving the...
Pulaski County Commissioners listened to the concerns of several people regarding the proposed idea of making Pulaski County a Second Amendment sanctuary but no final decisions were made.  The idea was first introduced to the commissioners during the last commissioners’ meeting but a proposed...

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Pulaski County Journal

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Winamac, IN 46996

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