Funding arrangements have been finalized for the Pulaski County Highway Department’s dump truck purchase. Earlier this month, the county commissioners agreed to let the Highway Department purchase the used truck from Pozzo Truck Center that had been traded in by Porter County. Last week, the county council formally approved the payment of the $40,000 cost out of the Local Roads and Streets Fund.Continue reading
The Pulaski County Commissioners approved an equipment purchase for the Highway Department Monday.Continue reading
Pulaski County has picked a paving contractor for several miles of potential road projects. The county commissioners Monday agreed to hire Town & Country Paving for hot mix asphalt work on County Road 550 South west of State Road 39 and County Road 600 South from State Road 119 to Base Road. Town & Country submitted the lowest of three bids, at just under $1.18 million.Continue reading
A couple roads in southern Pulaski County may soon be getting upgrades, as part of a potential Community Crossings project. The county received three bids for hot mix asphalt work on County Road 550 South west of State Road 39 and County Road 600 South from State Road 119 to Base Road. The total costs ranged from under $1.18 million to almost $1.33 million.
The Pulaski County Commissioners will once again consider repealing the county’s campaign sign regulations when they meet this morning. The commissioners and the advisory plan commission have been discussing removing the “special signs” portion of the county’s Unified Development Ordinance since April, since election board members felt there were already enough rules at the state and federal level.
The Pulaski County Highway Department is seeking bids for paving work, as well as a new dump truck. Highway Superintendent Terry Ruff told the county commissioners last week that he wants to have cost estimates ready for the next round of Community Crossings grants. The state program covers up to 75 percent of the cost of qualifying road work.
The Pulaski County Commissioners have approved the purchase of a $124,000 dump truck for the County Highway Department. This week, the commissioners voted to accept the low bid submitted by Pozzo Truck Center. It was for a 2019 Mack truck.
The Pulaski County Commissioners will make another attempt at choosing a paving contractor when they meet this morning. The county has gotten bids from three companies for hot mix asphalt work on County Road 200 South from U.S. 421 to State Road 39 and County Road 400 East from 200 North to 400 North.
Pulaski County now has three contractors interested in doing several miles of paving work, as part of the state’s Community Crossings program. The county commissioners had approved a contract with Central Paving of Logansport for nearly $1.2 million, but they later repealed that decision to allow the project to be bid out formally.
The Pulaski County Commissioners will open bids for various projects this evening. One of those involves several miles of paving work on County Roads 200 South and 400 East. The commissioners had approved a contract with Central Paving of Logansport for nearly $1.2 million, but they later repealed that decision to allow the project to be bid out formally. Continue reading
Long-awaited alley repairs are now underway in North Judson. Clerk-Treasurer Alicia Collins says the project also involves sewer work within a section of alleyway between Sheridan Street to Hancock Street. Continue reading
The Town of North Judson may be able to move ahead with alley repairs, following the replacement of the town’s dump truck. The town council last week voted to purchase a truck from Holt & Sons Truck Sales of Gardner, Illinois, according to Clerk-Treasurer Alicia Collins. The company buys used trucks and refurbishes them to customers’ specifications. Continue reading
The Town of North Judson is hoping to save some money by purchasing a refurbished dump truck, rather than a new one. Continue reading