Pulaski County Council

Several residents that included county officials attended a meeting regarding courthouse renovation plans on Aug. 13.
Three options were presented to Pulaski County residents who are concerned with the future of the courthouse with one of the options being similar to what was presented in 2018 with the demolition of the building.  The options were introduced by Rowland Design  and Indiana Landmarks on Aug. 13....
County taxpayers could see an increase in their property taxes as the county council approved to thaw the levy freeze during a special session on Monday, June 17.  Members of the council gathered to discuss the ordinance and ask any questions they had before deciding on whether to formally approve...
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 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...
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...
A few words were exchanged during a county council meeting as the council decided a handful of times to table personnel issues such as hiring new employees or increasing an employee’s hours to full time. During a county council meeting on March 11, the council announced that they have been advised...
Pulaski County Council members are listening to the different county departments that need additional help but at this time, those issues are being tabled.  Before the regular business of the council meeting started, councilwoman Kathi Thompson said Peters Consulting has given the council a...
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...
A plan for new county offices, increasing security and becoming Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant was introduced to Pulaski County officials Monday evening.  Pulaski County Maintenance Director Jeff Johnston introduced the plan for an addition, renovations, demolition, memorial garden...
Pulaski County Council members discussed the chief deputy coroner position after it was brought up by councilman Ken Boswell during a meeting on Nov. 13.  Boswell said he has spoken to several different people regarding the chief deputy coroner’s wages including the county attorney, council members...

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Pulaski County Journal

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