TOWN OF WINAMAC

The Winamac Town Council is looking to help businesses and at the same time meet some Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards.  During a regular meeting on April 10, town manager Brad Zellers approached the council about reducing a handful of downtown parking spots to widen the sidewalk....
The Friends of the Panhandle Pathway would like to continue with their park-to-park vision and expanding the path to the north of SR 14 is the next step.
Winamac Town Council members gave their permission for the Friends of the Panhandle Pathway to begin the process of expanding the trail to the north.  Friends of the Panhandle Pathway president John Bawcum approached the council during a regular meeting on March 13 to discuss the expansion of the...
The Town of Winamac is taking a proactive approach as the danger of water contamination is looming.  As part of the proactive actions, the town recently reviewed a water and stormwater infrastructure improvement study. The study not only took a close look at the stormwater infrastructure and where...
The Department of Local Government Finance has caused a slight hiccup in the purchasing of a new building for the Town of Winamac. On Jan. 9, clerk-treasurer Melanie Berger said all the proper paperwork was sent to the Department of Local Government Finance (DLGF) regarding additional...
Concerns regarding the vacating of a portion of industrial park road CR 60 W. were voiced during a commissioners’ meeting and not by the public. On Dec. 19, Town of Winamac council members and town manager Brad Zellers approached the commissioners about the concerns the town council has with the...
The Pulaski County Highway Department is ready for the next snowfall as the trucks are filled with a salt and sand mixture. The highway department plows more than 900 miles of roadway.
Old man winter has come to visit and he appears to be an unwanted guest as the snow and ice cause hazardous conditions. The thawing and freezing temperatures with a bit of ice mixed in are becoming the bane of existence for the local highway and street departments.  Pulaski County Highway...
The Winamac Town Council has agreed to become unified with the county when it comes to zoning issues.  Pulaski County Community Development Commission Executive Director Nathan Origer has spoken to the council in the past about merging with the county in regards to zoning ordinances. The towns of...
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...
A vision that started several years ago but didn’t have enough drive until recently has come true for the downtown Winamac area.  Downtown Winamac was recently awarded the Main Street status by the State of Indiana. The drive behind the recognition came from the Wander Our Winamac! organization...

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