Winamac Town Council

Members of the Winamac Parks and Recreation Board followed the lead of the town council regarding the proposed community pool.  The board, during a regular meeting on April 4, approved to write a letter stating they will not be pursuing a pool but instead move forward with a splash pad.  Board...
The well water project continues to cause concerns for the Winamac Town Council, enough that a special meeting was held in hopes of finding some solutions.  Since the beginning of the well water project, the town has run into issues with it. The project bid was tentatively awarded to KDM Services...
The Winamac Town Council has approved to eliminate the proposed pool project after months of discussion and debate. During a regular meeting on March 11, councilwoman Judy Heater, who helped initiate the pool committee, said town manager Brad Zellers calculated some numbers for the committee and it...
County recycling center and transfer station manager Brad Bonnell, Winamac Town Manager Brad Zellers and town councilmen Alvin Parish and Dave Schambers met with the commissioners Tuesday, Feb. 19, to discuss if the two entities can collaborate to offer Winamac residents curbside recycling.
The Commissioners of Pulaski County have been asked to collaborate with the Town of Winamac in hopes of offering Winamac residents curbside recycling. Winamac Town Manager Brad Zellers, along with town councilmen Alvin Parish and Dave Schambers, spoke with the commissioners about teaming together...
Winamac residents are being asked to leave their recycling containers by the curbside during the last two days of the recycling pickup this month.  On Feb. 25 and 26, the last two days of recycling pickup, the recycling cans will be collected by the garbage company that picks up recycling. At the...
A snafu with the water well project has caused a handful of issues for the Town of Winamac. Winamac Town Council members were updated on the project and just what changes have been made to it during a regular meeting on Monday, Feb. 11. Mark Sullivan, from Midwestern Engineers, updated the council...
One of the reasons the Winamac Town Council has decided to no longer pay for recycling pickup is because the recycling is contaminated with nonrecyclable items.
Winamac Town Council members are hearing the concerns of some residents who are opposed to the town no longer offering recycling. Council members took time during a regular meeting on Jan. 14 to hear from Brian and MacKenzie Ledley, who are disappointed that the recycling will end in March when the...
Winamac Town Council members have decided the costs of recycling and the way it is taken out with the trash are no longer benefiting anyone.   The garbage contract the town has expires in March and council members have been preparing for it by accepting bids for the service of garbage pickup and...
The price of garbage pickup looks to increase for the Town of Winamac after they opened three bids Monday evening during a regular council meeting.  The bids ranged from an annual price of about $119,952 to $158,400. Two of the bids included the cost of recycling, which ranged from about $54,691.20...
Elections for two town councils and one county council seat top the ballot for the general election on Nov. 6.  The towns of Francesville and Winamac both have elections for seats while one of four county council seats is contested. Those who live in Cass Township are seeing a contested trustee...

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