Pulaski County Commissioners

Portions of roadway surrounding the collapsed building in downtown Monterey were recently closed due to an increase in safety hazards.
With a new building inspector recently appointed, the Monterey Town Council called for his assistance in regards to the downtown collapsed building.  According to Monterey Town Councilman Doug Denton, Pulaski County Building Inspector Doug Hoover recently viewed the collapsed Sportsman’s Bar and...
After several months of deciding whether a frost law would benefit Pulaski County, the commissioners have decided to try an advisory.  During a regular meeting, commissioner president Terry Young read an advisory regarding frost guidelines.  The commissioners had proposed that the county would...
A heated discussion, during the last commissioners’ meeting, between them and a county employee led one commissioner to publicly address what happened.  During the commissioners’ meeting on Feb. 1, disagreements regarding Indiana law and the county Unified Development Ordinance ensued because the...
After months of discussion and crunching numbers, the Pulaski County Council has approved a new salary matrix.  During a joint session on Monday before and after the regular county council meeting, council members again debated whether a salary matrix that includes raises for some employees would...
As the deadline for candidate filing winds down at noon on Friday, Feb. 5, only one county office is contested at this time.  Several town and county seats are up for election including county auditor, county recorder, county treasurer, county commissioner district 1, county commissioner district 2...
Disagreements regarding Indiana law and the new county Unified Development Ordinance ensued during a regular commissioners’ meeting as the commissioners appointed a new building inspector Monday evening.   The differences in opinion were not because of who they hired but because of the job titles...
Pulaski County Commissioners were quick to put to rest a rumor regarding Pulaski County EMS being sold.  During a regular commissioners’ meeting on Jan. 19, it was announced that the county will continue to provide EMS to residents.  Commissioner Larry Brady questioned EMS director Nikki Lowry if a...
As Pulaski County Commissioners were making appointments for the new year, a motion to reappoint the building inspector died for a lack of a second during the meeting on Monday.  Each appointment was taken under a separate vote instead of as a whole, per the request of commissioner Bud Krohn Jr....
A joint session with the Pulaski County Commissioners and county council was held in hopes of discussing a county employee wage matrix and if the county has enough money to support it. The two groups met Monday evening in hopes of hearing more about the Local Option Income Tax the county has...
Pulaski County EMS has some positive news after some rocky issues earlier this year with losing employees.  Pulaski County EMS Director Nikki Lowry said the department currently has enough staff for a third vehicle to run.    “We have been busy. We have been very, very busy — a lot of critical...

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Winamac, IN 46996

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