Historic Preservation Program to be Featured at Tonight’s Pulaski County Historical Society Meeting

As Pulaski County officials consider the future of the county courthouse, residents have a chance to learn more about the topic of historic preservation tonight.

Todd Zeiger with Indiana Landmarks will give a presentation during the Pulaski County Historical Society’s annual meeting. According to a recent Historical Society newsletter, Zeiger is expected to discuss some of the projects the organization has been involved with and touch upon the efforts taking place to save the Pulaski County Courthouse.

Back in December, a proposal was presented to replace the existing courthouse with an addition to the Justice Center, to address concerns with security, accessibility, and a number of other issues. But so far, no decision has been made to move ahead. Indiana Landmarks has offered to work with the county to come up with ways to keep using the historic courthouse.

In other business tonight, Pulaski County Historical Society members are scheduled to vote on officers and directors. Tonight’s meeting starts at 5:30 at the Star City Community Building.