Pulaski County EMS

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At a Pulaski County Commissioners meeting on the morning of Sept. 20, Pulaski County EMS Shift Captain Alex Donathen about the challenges EMS has currently been facing in regards to their 2012 Chevy ambulance which has 218,000 miles on it. "His [DeLorenzo] suggestion is to do the $20,000 repair,...
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At a regular session on Monday, June 14, the county council passed a pay raise for Pulaski County EMS as well as allowing a previous EMS worker to come back to Pulaski County with his seniority, an issue that was brought up at their last meeting. Both were narrowly passed, 5-1 for the pay raise,...
Pulaski County EMS Director Brandon DeLorenzo is offering further ideas on how to attract new employees to the department.  DeLorenzo discussed with the county commissioners, on Monday, April 5, a few different ideas as to staffing and benefits. His ideas included using noncertified staff to drive...
TM Construction has begun construction on the new addition to the Pulaski County EMS headquarters in Winamac. The project could be completed by the end of next month.
After more than a year of work and waiting, the addition to the Pulaski County EMS headquarters building has begun.  EMS director Brandon DeLorenzo recently informed county officials that the foundation has been poured and the addition construction has begun.  Talk regarding an addition or change...
Pulaski County EMS Director Brandon DeLorenzo made a recommendation to the commissioners regarding a bid for the addition of the EMS headquarters Monday morning.
Pulaski County Commissioners awarded a bid for the expansion of the EMS headquarters building Monday morning.  During the commissioners’ meeting on Oct. 7, they opened three bids that ranged from $76,900 to $221,180. At the time when the bids were opened the commissioners tabled the bids in order...
Francesville Town Council members have approved to increase the rent of EMS that is using a part of the town hall as a second location in the county.  The council discussed creating a contract, during a previous meeting, but wanted more information from the town attorney, Justin Schramm, before...
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...
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...
As the new year starts so does the organization of boards and new appointments for county municipalities and the Pulaski County Commissioners followed suit during a regular meeting Monday evening.  Commissioners approved that Kenny Becker would continue as the board president. He was appointed...
It’s official.  The Pulaski County Commissioners have already begun looking for a new EMS director but the approving of the current director’s resignation was not approved until Monday evening.  Bryan Corn, who was named the director of EMS at the beginning of the year, announced his last day as...

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