The Culver Town Council members learned Tuesday night that the owners of the former City Tavern Building have filed an appeal from the judge’s decision to demolish the building.Continue reading
The Knox Board of Works has taken steps to further their blight elimination efforts.
During Wednesday morning’s meeting, public hearings were scheduled for two properties. A third property located on East Culver Road was removed from the agenda due to the property already being demolished.
Efforts to either fix up or tear down dilapidated buildings within the Knox city limits are continuing. The Board of Works yesterday affirmed demolition orders for three properties. Continue reading
The demolition of Winamac’s Long Branch Hotel required a bit of a change in plans from the town. Pulaski County had planned to provide trucks to haul away debris, while the town agreed to take care of the actual demolition work. Continue reading
A Downtown Winamac building is one step closer to demolition. The Long Branch building had been acquired by the town under a quitclaim deed after the county issued a demolition order against the site. Continue reading
During Monday night’s Pulaski County Commissioners meeting, Winamac Town Manager Brad Zellers appeared before the board to discuss a collaborative effort to tear down the structure, otherwise known as the Long Branch property.
Little progress has been seen on the expected demolition of the former Sportsman’s Bar and Grill in Monterey.
Demolition work has started on a bowling alley deemed unsafe by the Pulaski County Building Inspector.
A hearing was held during Tuesday night’s Commissioner’s meeting for the property, located in the 200 block of West Main Street. The facility is home to a tax service company, but according to County Building Inspector Dave Dare, it has been neglected over the years.
A building ordered to be demolished in Radioville remains standing.
The former bowling alley was ordered to be demolished by December 30th of 2014 after the roof caved in. Pulaski County Building Inspector Dave Dare said at the time that the structure could not be salvaged.