Pulaski County Commissioners

A letter of resignation from Pulaski County Commissioner Bud Krohn Jr. was accepted by the clerk’s office on Aug. 2.  In his letter, Krohn Jr. stated, “It has been an honor and privilege to serve the citizens of Pulaski County as commissioner for the last three years. I feel that due to my health,...
After hearing the concerns from a room full of constituents, the Pulaski County Commissioners have denied the zoning change for property in the area of CR 700 W. and CR 300 S.  A room full of people who live in the area of where the zoning change was to occur filled the room with not only bodies...
Warning tape was hung in the Pulaski Circuit Court to warn visitors that the ceiling is falling. The tape will soon be removed because of a jury trial. The temporary fix is to knock the loose portions of the ceiling down.
A falling ceiling and the lack of an elevator are causing complications for the Pulaski Circuit Court that could cause problems later. Pulaski Circuit Court Judge Michael Shurn told the commissioners on Monday that the recent hanging of warning tape in the courtroom won’t solve the problem of the...
Pulaski County is preparing to drop some major cash as county officials prepare to fix structural work that is overdue on two county buildings including the courthouse and annex building.  During a recent meeting between the county commissioners and council, several of the upcoming repair projects...
A question of whether the county EMS paramedics should leave the county became a bit of a rough topic of discussion during a recent meeting with county officials.  At a joint session on June 12, the county commissioners and council listened as EMS director Nikki Lowry asked for some direction from...
The Pulaski County Coroner’s Office has been busy with cases and trying to make ends meet as there is a lack of equipment and supplies.  Pulaski County Chief Deputy Coroner Jon Frain approached the county commissioners and county council during a joint session June 5 regarding the activities that...
A letter from the Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Administration was reviewed by the Pulaski County Commissioners on Monday during a regular meeting. One of the complaints is the ceiling falling in the Pulaski Circuit Court.
Pulaski County Maintenance Director Jeff Johnston is addressing a number of facility issues at the courthouse after he received a letter from the Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Administration (IOSHA). Johnston said, during a regular commissioners’ meeting Monday morning, the IOSHA letter...
The Pulaski County Commissioners approved to sell the former county home, Pleasant View Rest Home.
After about a year and a half of working to sell the county home, the Pulaski County Commissioners are finalizing the paperwork on the sale.  During a regular meeting Monday evening, the commissioners approved to sell the former county home, Pleasant View Rest Home, at a price of $26,000. An...
The fence surrounding the Sportsman’s Bar and Grill is beginning to block the sidewalk and could soon be in the street. Commissioners discussed the issue on Monday because the fence belongs to the county.
A couple of town issues were brought to the attention of the Pulaski County Commissioners in hopes of a little help.  At a regular meeting on Monday, Medaryville and Monterey town council presidents requested a little guidance regarding a couple of property issues.  Medaryville Town Council...
A push from the state mandating e-filing in the court systems has caused a bit of a conundrum for three county departments. At a Pulaski County Commissioners meeting Monday evening, Pulaski Circuit Court Judge Michael Shurn, Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney Daniel Murphy and Pulaski County Clerk...

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Pulaski County Journal

114 W. Main Street
Winamac, IN 46996

Office Number: (574) 946-6628
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