Winamac Town Council

The COVID-19 policy was brought up by councilwoman Judy Heater who felt the matter needed to be discussed again in light of a recent resurgence of cases in the county. Currently, town employees get five sick days a year. President Murray made a motion to direct all town employees to use their sick...
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It appears heightened police coverage is needed at the Winamac Town Park due to a steady flow of river floaters. This, along with the potential adoption of a new cemetery plot software, were discussed at a recent Winamac Town Council meeting on Monday, Aug. 9. Winamac town marshal Tyler Campbell...
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According to the Winamac Town Council meeting on Monday, July 12, the Winamac Police Department is going to be continue to pass out warnings and eventually fines to those who have continued to violate the town's golf cart ordinance. At the meeting, council president Tom Murray brought up that he...
Winamac Police Chief Tyler Campbell announced two new hires to the department: full-time deputy Ryan Austin and part-time deputy Phil Foerg, who might be starting full time in the fall. Both deputies stated that they are happy to be on board and are ready to serve their community. Brad Zellers...
FORM-IT CORP owner Glen White talks with Winamac Street and Water Superintendent Jeremy Beckner and town manager Brad Zellers before he begins constructing the Owen Abbott Memorial Splash Pad shelter on Monday.
The Winamac Town Council approved a quote for the building of the splash pad shelter and revealed more about the project during a special meeting on Friday, April 23. One quote was given to the council to review prior to the meeting. Town manager Brad Zellers said he received the quote but he...
The Winamac Town Council hired Tyler Campbell as the new town marshal on Monday.  Campbell has been with the department since 2015. He was a deputy with the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department before that.  Campbell replaces town marshal Mike Buchanan who was working on an interim basis. Buchanan...
Dave DeLorenzo has resigned as the Winamac parks manager.  The Winamac Town Council received his letter during their regular meeting on Monday, March 8 He submitted a three-week notice “due to recent unjust comments,” according to the letter. His resignation was approved by the council.  Town...
Winamac Town Council members recently broke ground on the newest town project. The town plans to remove several buildings and the “old elevator” from property at the corner of Adams and Logan streets.
The Town of Winamac continues to make improvements with the latest project including purchasing property and eventually removing dilapidated structures.  The property is commonly referred to as the “old elevator” near the corner of Adams and Logan streets and was owned by Freebird Rentals Inc. The...
Winamac Town Council members are continually looking for ways to clean up the town and a few projects are underway. Council members recently approved to try a town cleanup that will be free to residents and a date has been set for the event. They are also looking at whether new ordinances can be...
Winamac Town Council members are preparing for a significant budget shortfall that could impact not only this year but the next couple of years.  Clerk-treasurer Melanie Berger said, during a regular town council meeting on May 11, she has seen on the news that other municipalities are going to be...

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