Pulaski County Commissioners

Pulaski County Council members were bombarded with a number of questions regarding finances and employees’ salaries which caused a great deal of discussion and few answers.  During a regular council meeting Monday evening, council members heard from the county health department and the maintenance...
Pulaski County Highway Superintendent Terry Ruff asked the commissioners how they would like to proceed if a cable is cut while the highway department is working. During a regular commissioners’ meeting Monday evening, Ruff said about a year ago a cable was cut and the phone/cable company wants...
Once the polls closed for the evening, many voters waited in anticipation to see the unofficial results of five contested local races Tuesday evening.  It didn’t take long for the primary election results to be calculated and see how one of the races would come down to the last voting center. ...
Pulaski County Commissioners are taking the requests from semi drivers to use county roads with weight limits on a case-to-case basis.  The commissioners approved for one local driver to use the county roads with weight limits near Medaryville but have decided to take other requests on an...
Pulaski County Commissioners are planning to update the portion of the ordinance that pertains to wind turbines and hiring an attorney is a part of their plans.  An audience of several people attended the Pulaski County Commissioners’ meeting Monday morning and asked if the plan commission plans to...
Concerns of vehicle speed in an area where a number of children play convinced a handful of residents from the Medaryville area to attend a Pulaski County Commissioners’ meeting Monday evening.  Don Scheffer and Rebecca Stalbaum, who live in the Teaberry Hill Estates area on CR 1550 W., would like...
The last couple rows of seating were filled at the commissioners’ meeting with locals who voiced their contempt for wind turbines.  Several Federal Aviation Administration filings and phasing maps have come to the attention of residents as a company is looking at potential development of a wind...
Pulaski County commissioners and council members are discussing the possibility of moving some of the county offices to offer better security and safety to employees. Currently, the basement of the justice center is used for storage, a small training area for police officers, a morgue and the information technology department office.
Security at the Pulaski County Courthouse has been a topic of discussion for public officials during the past couple of years but little has been done to address the issue.  What has been done involves a lot of ideas of how the courthouse could be better secured but those ideas haven’t been...
Providing pauper counsel to those who are indigent and facing criminal charges is causing financial woes for the county.  Pulaski County Commissioners and council members recently heard how dire the situation is as it is only the second month of the year and one court is already asking for...
Wanting to continue to achieve more was one of the main drives behind Bryan Corn applying for the Pulaski County EMS Director position.  Corn, 29, saw his drive to achieve more lead to a new position as the Pulaski County Commissioners appointed him the new EMS director on Jan. 16 during a...

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Pulaski County Journal

114 W. Main Street
Winamac, IN 46996

Office Number: (574) 946-6628
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