Pulaski County Commissioners

Pulaski County Commissioners approved on Monday that three county offices will be moving as soon as the space is available. With concerns about the basement of the courthouse being an unsafe health environment, county commissioners approved to move the surveyor’s office and the assessor’s office...
A large group attended the joint session Monday evening to hear what plans county officials have made in regards to the deteriorating courthouse.
Pulaski County officials have approved to move the county offices out of the basement and to new locations as the courthouse debate continues.  Pulaski County Commissioners and council members met Monday evening to discuss the courthouse and what can be done about it. The latest concern is moving...
Pulaski County Assessor Holly Van Der Aa voiced her concerns about the health conditions of the courthouse at a regular commissioners’ meeting Monday evening.  Van Der Aa expressed her worry regarding the health of the employees of her office. She said she sent an email to the commissioners and the...
Pulaski County officials are beginning the process of fixing a broken budget and the solutions are not pretty. The commissioners and county council members listened as Jeff Peters, of Peters Municipal Consultants, spoke about the poor state of the county finances during a special joint session...
Pulaski County may have several bridges that are older than 50 years old but they are in solid shape, according to the recent inspection.  Highway superintendent Terry Ruff, along with Jeff Larrison and Jim Lesh, of United Consulting, spoke with the county commissioners about the state of the...
Jeff Peters, of Peters Municipal Consultants, spoke with the county commissioners and council, during a joint session April 8, about the financial crisis the county could face.
Pulaski County officials have been informed that if changes are not made to expenditures and revenue the county will be in a financial snafu by 2022. Last year, the county hired Jeff Peters, of Peters Municipal Consultants, to review the county finances and to create a financial plan for the future...
Approving a bid for a new ambulance and opening bids for  asphalt projects that could occur this year topped the agenda of the commissioners’ meeting Monday evening.  The commissioners approved to purchase a new ambulance at the cost of $129,900 and opened five bids for the upcoming asphalt...
County recycling center and transfer station manager Brad Bonnell, Winamac Town Manager Brad Zellers and town councilmen Alvin Parish and Dave Schambers met with the commissioners Tuesday, Feb. 19, to discuss if the two entities can collaborate to offer Winamac residents curbside recycling.
The Commissioners of Pulaski County have been asked to collaborate with the Town of Winamac in hopes of offering Winamac residents curbside recycling. Winamac Town Manager Brad Zellers, along with town councilmen Alvin Parish and Dave Schambers, spoke with the commissioners about teaming together...
A joint session between the Pulaski County Commissioners and the council left some of the members asking for more updated information regarding county appointments Monday evening. The issue arose as Pulaski County Building Inspector Doug Hoover and board of zoning appeals (BZA) plan administration...
Pulaski County Commissioners had hopes of hiring a new maintenance director at the meeting Monday night but they didn’t.  The commissioners had previously approved to advertise the position in-house after former director Jeff Johnston recently resigned. At the Jan. 22 meeting, commissioners...

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Pulaski County Journal

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