Pulaski County Council

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Pulaski County Community Development Commission Executive Director Nathan Origer recently went over the Economic Development Commission’s (EDC) proposed updated tax abatement documents with the county council. Since his first presentation of the drafts, Origer has received input from the council,...
The Pulaski County Health Department revealed its updated department logo and advised of a vaccine grant that they recently acquired during a regular county council meeting on Monday, May 13. First, Director of Environmental Health and Foods Edwina Guffey shared the health department's new logo and...
The Pulaski County Council gave the Pulaski County Health Department permission to hire a school liaison officer during a regular meeting on Monday, April 8. The school liaison officer position has been open since February of this year. The liaison officer will work under the direct supervision of...
Five of the ten candidates running for the three available at-large Pulaski County Council seats took to the podium to debate the issues on Wednesday, April 3 at One Eyed Jack’s Celebration Station.
Half of the candidates running for three at-large Pulaski County Council seats took to the debate stage Wednesday night to discuss a number of pressing county issues. The debate was hosted by the Pulaski County Republican Party at One Eyed Jack's Celebration Station on April 3. There are no...
The Pulaski County Council decided to not reschedule a public hearing for the IGDB Biogas/Loehmerland request during a regular meeting on Monday, March 11. At their February meeting, Pulaski County Community Development Commission Executive Director Nathan Origer explained to the council that the...
The Pulaski County Council approved a years-of- service wage adjustment for new jail commander Stephen Tabler during a regular meeting on Monday, Feb. 12. Pulaski County Sheriff Chris Schramm informed the council that Tabler has had 11 years of prior service and was wondering if they would consider...
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The Pulaski County Council continued their conversation on part-time, seasonal, call-in and board pay during a regular meeting on Monday, Feb. 12. Last month, it was proposed to set a flat rate for boards at $100 or $120 per member per attended meeting, but before they took it to a vote, they had...
The proposed pay for five Pulaski County boards is pending approval until everything is given the "okay" by the county attorney. Council councilwoman Sheila Jimenez has been conducting research on this matter over the last couple of months. During the Jan. 8 county council meeting, Jimenez said...
The Pulaski County Council passed a needed wage adjustment for Pulaski County EMS during a regular meeting on Monday, Dec. 11. Pulaski County Community Development Commission (CDC) Executive Director Nathan Origer explained that when he was working with President Ken Boswell on the wage study and...
Pulaski County Courthouse, Nov. 2023
The Pulaski County Council held a conversation regarding many items on Monday night, including board pay and the courthouse bids that were recently opened. The council joined in on an open conversation regarding board pay and the importance of members attending meetings. Council president Ken...

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