The Francesville-Salem Township Public Library can proceed with some building improvements, following action by the Pulaski County Council. Council members recently agreed to let the library issue up to $700,000 in bonds.Continue reading
A high school principal who was under investigation for allegations of misconduct has decided to resign.Continue reading
The Pulaski County Public Library may be moving ahead with a bond issuance. Library Attorney Justin Schramm is expected to discuss it with the county council tonight. Officials have been working on plans for lead dust and asbestos remediation in nonpublic areas of the Winamac library.Continue reading
The first phase of funding for lead dust and asbestos remediation at the Pulaski County Public Library was approved by the county council Monday. Council members voted six-to-one to let the library spend $25,000 out of its Rainy Day Fund, to help cover engineering and testing costs.Continue reading
The Monterey-Tippecanoe Township Public Library is looking to make up to $400,000 in building improvements, and it’s planning to issue a bond to pay for them. Library Director Renita Potthoff discussed the project with the Pulaski County Council Monday. “In the old Carnegie building, which will be 100 years old this year, we’re having a lot of moisture and water damage,” she explained. “That needs to be all water-proofed. And that’s in the hundred-year-old building that we’re just trying to preserve.” A new well may also be added.
Now that a planning commission has been established in the Town of Francesville, the town council members formally approved the creation of a board of zoning appeals.
The Francesville Town Council members will soon be considering an ordinance that would establish a plan commission in Francesville.