Winamac residents will have the chance to offer their ideas about the future of the town’s park and recreation facilities. The Winamac Park Board is hosting a public input session on Wednesday, September 14 at 6:00 p.m. in the Winamac Municipal Utility Complex. Continue reading
Work is now underway to develop a five-year plan for Winamac’s park and recreation facilities. Katie Bierrum, who’s putting the comprehensive plan together as part of her coursework at Purdue University, discussed the plan with the Winamac Park Board Thursday. As part of the process, she’s gathering information about the park facilities, and is also asking board members what direction they want to see the facilities take in the future. Continue reading
The Winamac Park Board has begun the process of putting together a five-year comprehensive plan for the town’s park and recreation facilities. The plan is required before the town is able to take advantage of some of the additional grant funding opportunities that come with having a park board. Continue reading
The Winamac Town Council is still weighing its options with regard to the community swimming pool at the Pulaski County Family YMCA. Continue reading
The Winamac Town Council discussed the town pool at length during their regularly scheduled meeting this week.
According to Town Manager Jim Conner, a representative from Reno Sys, a pool rehabilitation company in Indianapolis, discussed plans for the pool. It’s going to be expensive and it’s going to be a large project.
The Winamac Town Council has a full agenda for their regular meeting tonight.
One of the bigger items the board has discussed as of late is the town pool. The pool will be closed this summer as the maintenance cost to keep the existing pool up and running is too costly. The town is pursuing options to get the pool up and running in 2015.
The Winamac Town Pool will not be open this summer.
Winamac Town Manager Jim Conner said the maintenance cost to keep the existing pool up and running is too costly. The town is pursuing options to get the pool up and running in 2015.