Winamac Town Council

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...
Winamac Town Manager Brad Zellers said leftover funding from the recent road project will allow for more work to happen in the spring.  During a regular town council meeting, board members were informed that because the costs of the road and sidewalk work recently completed in town were less than...
A special session was held by the Winamac Town Board to discuss less than a handful of ordinances and resolutions on Monday.  During the meeting, proposed Resolution 8-2016, Resolution 9-2016, and Ordinance 5-2016, were reviewed by the council of which two were approved.  Council president Tom...
Concerns with the increasing cost of the trash and recycling pickup have Winamac council members questioning if there are other options. Councilman Dan Vanaman first approached the topic of the trash pickup when the council approved the 2017 budget because he did not like the price.  The...
As the finer details of TorchFest are being finalized, the Town of Winamac was recently asked to be a part of it.  Pulaski County Community Development Commission Executive Director Nathan Origer requested permission to close a few downtown streets, Pearl and Main between Logan and Monticello, and...
Winamac Town Council members recently learned they would be opening more bids and that more roads can be repaved.  During a regular meeting on Aug. 8, town manager Brad Zellers said the town is rebidding the project because “we can do twice as much work.”  The town is now looking at paving more...
Alvin Parish was sworn into office by Pulaski County Clerk Christi Hoffa after he was selected to fill a Winamac Council seat on July 25.
Alvin Parish has been chosen to fill the Winamac Town Council at-large seat after a recent caucus.  Parish was one of two candidates for the council seat and was selected after a caucus was held on July 25 when the four Monroe Township precinct committee members selected him.  The at-large seat...

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