More data needed for town income survey
Winamac employees will soon be pounding the pavement, visiting a number of homes as they need more data to complete an income survey.

Winamac Town Officials said town employees will be going door-to-door in order to complete 240 surveys.

The town recently sent out 369 income surveys by mail but only received 129 back. The survey is used to determine if the town can qualify for grant funding that will be used for a well study, in the hopes of locating an area where a new wellhead can be drilled.

Town manager Brad Zellers reminds residents Click to continue reading…

Francesville Town Council talks sewer permit, pumps
As the April 1 deadline for having a new sewer disinfection system operating approaches, the Francesville Town Council continues to move forward with purchases of equipment and changes to a permit.

During a regular meeting on Feb. 2, Jon Borgers, a representative from the company that designed the disinfection system, gave a report on changes that will need to be done to the disinfection system plan before a permit for the project can be issued.

A letter was given to the council regarding a few changes that include adding a ventilation system to the chemical room and showing how the drums can be stored on secondary containment pallets. If all the changes are approved it could take about two more weeks before the permit is obtained by the town. Click to continue reading…

Commissioners talk weather, saving money
Several inches of snow caused a bit of discussion at a regular Pulaski County Commissioners’ meeting on Monday.

During the meeting, commissioners talked about plowing snow, creating a snow delay for some employees and what to do when highway signs are hit.

As the meeting started, highway superintendent Mark Fox was asked how the plowing went during the recent snowstorm. Fox said there were a few minor issues with the equipment but nothing that couldn’t be handled.

Later in the meeting, commissioner Terry Young gave the public a reminder.

“We had an issue the other day, towards the end of the week. With this weather, Click to continue reading…

Eastern Pulaski takes precautions with lockdown
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation, along with Culver Community School Corporation and Rochester School Corporation locked down the buildings following a general threat made to area schools.

As per precautions at EPCSC, superintendent Dan Foster called it a soft lockdown with all the doors being locked and entrance into the buildings through one door. Students were not able to leave the buildings for recess or cadet teaching. Click to continue reading…


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