Town of Monterey

Flushable wipes are becoming a pile of, well, concern for the Monterey Town Council as the wipes are clogging the system. Wastewater certified operator Ray Stephenson advised the council on Tuesday, Oct. 13, that an influx of the disposable wipes has clogged the system.   This has been a problem in...
Monterey Town Council members discussed changing a town ordinance regarding nuisances as an overgrown yard is causing a hazard.  Councilman Jim Fleury asked the council, during a regular meeting on Aug. 11, how many inches the weeds or grass can be before they send a letter to the property owners...
Details regarding the fall elections are being finalized with Medaryville holding a town convention and Monterey approving a resolution.  Monterey Town Council members recently approved a resolution to not hold an election this year. Currently, the races for town council and for the town clerk are...
The fence surrounding the Sportsman’s Bar and Grill is beginning to block the sidewalk and could soon be in the street. Commissioners discussed the issue on Monday because the fence belongs to the county.
A couple of town issues were brought to the attention of the Pulaski County Commissioners in hopes of a little help.  At a regular meeting on Monday, Medaryville and Monterey town council presidents requested a little guidance regarding a couple of property issues.  Medaryville Town Council...
Monterey Town Council members were given an idea of how much it might cost to renovate the Kleckner bandstand on May 13, 2015. One of the first issues that will need to be addressed is stabilizing the slanted piers. The grandstand has been the topic of discussion during several meetings.
The Kleckner Park grandstand in Monterey has been sold to a private owner and will soon no longer be the property of the town.  The grandstand has been a topic of discussion with the council for the last several months. During a previous meeting the council decided to sell the structure because the...
Members of the Monterey Town Council are trying to preserve the historic grandstand in the town park but are lacking the funding to keep it, so instead they are selling it. At a regular meeting on Jan. 10, the council approved to sell the grandstand that is in need of repair and stability.  The...
Representatives from the towns of Winamac and Monterey voiced their concerns about losing the funding from a tax that was implemented about a year ago.  Although Pulaski County has the highest taxes in the state, several local officials are asking for the local option income tax B (safety tax) to...
After a year of looking at an eyesore, Monterey residents are seeing the collapsed portion of the Sportsman’s Bar and Grill cleaned up.
Monterey residents are waiting to see what happens next as they watched the collapsed downtown building be cleaned up last week.  A portion of the Sportsman’s Bar and Grill collapsed on April 23, 2015, and was partially torn down for safety reasons. Since then little has been done with the building...

Pulaski County Journal

114 W. Main Street
Winamac, IN 46996

Office Number: (574) 946-6628
Fax Number: (574) 946-7471

Comment Here