Winamac Town Council

Winamac Police Chief Mike Buchanan announced that his retirement will be effective July 1.
Winamac Police Chief Mike Buchanan announced he will soon be retiring during a regular Winamac Town Council meeting Feb. 12.  Buchanan announced that his retirement will be effective July 1.  Buchanan suggested the council begin to think about hiring another officer, especially if the council...
Winamac Town Council members are offering a little encouragement for the town employees to obtain state certifications as they approved a resolution during a special meeting on Dec. 29.  The council approved a resolution that amended the job duties and responsibilities of the wastewater foreman,...
Heated discussion ensued regarding whether the Winamac Town Council and the parks board would meet with the community pool committee.  Winamac Town Councilwoman Judy Heater, who is also the chairwoman of the community pool committee, asked during a regular meeting, if the council will meet with the...
The Winamac Town Council is causing a tidal wave of emotion as they decided to put a hold on the future building of the proposed community pool.  During a special meeting on Oct. 4, the council approved to not proceed with the building of a pool until the town can financially maintain it. The vote...
A petition to change the Winamac golf cart ordinance, and a suggestion by the town manager to change the same ordinance, was taken under advisement by the town council on Sept. 11.  The town council meeting began with public comment that addressed issues regarding rezoning of property, the Winamac...
The Pulaski Health Foundation has been given an opportunity to move forward with a project that has been on the minds of the board members for some time — an assisted-living center in Winamac.  On May 8 during the Winamac Town Council meeting, health foundation president and chairman Scott Fritz...
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...
Winamac Town Council members decided not the pay the sheriff’s office for dispatching services but are open to negotiations in the future.  At a special session on Dec. 29, council members approved to stop paying for dispatching services. In the past, the Town of Winamac has annually budgeted funds...
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...
A more centralized location and additional space are just a few reasons the Winamac Town Council are eying a downtown building.  During a special session on Nov. 22, the Winamac council toured a building that could be a potential site for a new police station. The idea of a new police station has...

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