Pulaski County Courthouse

Dan Murphy addresses a large crowd that gathered for the Memorial Day service at the Pulaski County Courthouse.
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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...
This is the first in a series of articles that will be published regarding the Pulaski County Courthouse.
It’s said that history repeats itself and so is the case of the Pulaski County Courthouse.  On Dec. 10, Pulaski County Maintenance Director Jeff Johnston introduced a plan to county officials and the public to demolish the courthouse and build an addition to the justice center. Since then the...
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...
While the structure of the elevator and the shaft at the Pulaski County Courthouse are complete, the elevator won’t be used until the state gives the final OK.
The Nov. 1 date has long passed and the Pulaski County Courthouse elevator is still not in use. The project was supposed to be completed by Oct. 31 and operational on Nov. 1 but instead it has stalled.   Pulaski County Maintenance Director Jeff Johnston announced last month that the elevator...
Final adjustments are being made to the courthouse elevator this month. The elevator will remain locked until the state inspection. Once the elevator passes inspection and is functional, the county commissioners’ meetings and county council meetings will again be held in the courthouse commissioners’ chambers.
County officials are planning for the courthouse elevator to be in use the first of November, right on schedule. County maintenance director Jeff Johnston announced the elevator will be open after the state has inspected the equipment and his hope is that it will be done before the next month. The...
Numerous community leaders gathered on the courthouse lawn on April 19 in recognition of April being Child Abuse Awareness month.
A number of people gathered on the Pulaski County Courthouse lawn to stand against child abuse during a Pulaski County Prevent Child Abuse Awareness event.  On April 19, the event was held to offer resources, educational information, and suggestions for action to prevent child abuse. The event was...

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