Pulaski County Commissioners

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...
Pulaski County Building Inspector Doug Hoover told the commissioners Monday night that he is pleased with the number of permits. He is anticipating some bigger building projects happening this year.
Pulaski County Building Inspector Doug Hoover said he is pleased with the number of permits that were obtained last year and he is looking forward to some big projects this year.  Hoover presented an end-of-the-year report to the commissioners during a regular meeting Monday evening.  According to...
Pulaski County Commissioners reviewed the 2018 schedules that include holidays, commissioners’ meeting and payroll dates, with some concern during a meeting Monday evening.  Commissioners didn’t voice a concern regarding the commissioners’ meeting schedule or the payroll dates. They did discuss the...
A lawsuit that was filed against the county regarding the brazen disregard of two federal statutes has come to a tentative settlement pending approval of a United States district court judge.  The complaint that seeks declaratory and injunctive relief was filed Dec. 27, 2016, against Pulaski County...
Pulaski Circuit Court Judge Michael Shurn explained the extension of hours that he would like to see the courts hold to the county commissioners Monday morning.  During a regular commissioners’ meeting, Shurn said the extension of hours is not new to his office. He posted the extended courtroom...
The closing of the courthouse doors and whether they are properly locked was called into question during the Pulaski County Commissioners’ meeting Monday morning.  Pulaski County Maintenance Director Jeff Johnston said there has been an issue with the basement doors of the courthouse being locked...
A lawsuit involving the Pulaski County Commissioners, BraunAbility and S&S Precast has been settled after several months of discussion.  A lawsuit was filed against BraunAbility and the commissioners by S&S Precast after the vacating of CR 60 W., between SR 14 and CR 25 S., was formally...
Pulaski Superior Court Judge Crystal Brucker Kocher officially swore in Mike McClure as the new commissioner for District 3, Tuesday evening.
The Republican Precinct Committeemen didn’t take long to decide who would be the next commissioner during a caucus on Aug. 29.  The caucus lasted less than an hour and it took only two rounds for 12 of the 15 precinct committeemen to chose John “Mike” McClure as the next commissioner.  “I was...
Arens Field will soon be getting a lift as the aviation board has applied for a grant to install a security fence, new lighting and renovate the parking lot.
Pulaski County Commissioners gave their approval of additional improvements to be made at the county airport.  Aviation board president Jim McDaniel along with project engineer Mark Shillington spoke with the commissioners on Monday, during a regular commissioners’ meeting, regarding an upgrade...

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