The Pulaski County Courthouse’s toilet troubles appear to have been resolved. “All the bathrooms are working,” Maintenance Director Mia Salyers announced to the county commissioners Monday.Continue reading
Plumbing issues at the Pulaski County Courthouse are creating some challenges for Circuit Court. Issues with clogged sewage lines have prompted county officials to close off certain restrooms for the time-being, including one in the court’s offices.Continue reading
The Pulaski County Courthouse may need some plumbing upgrades. Maintenance Director Mia Salyers told the county commissioners Monday that some toilets weren’t flushing and sewage was draining slowly.Continue reading
Upgrades have been ongoing at the Pulaski County Justice Center that the Sheriff hopes will be able to prevent inmate misbehavior.
Considerations are being made to allow the Sheriff’s Department more control over inmates at the Pulaski County Justice Center.
Before more cold weather sets in, the Better Business Bureau wants you to be sure you be careful in hiring a plumber to help you in any repairs you may need to make due to freezing pipes.
BBB officials say plumbers need to be licensed and display their license number on their website, vehicles and marketing pieces. Ask for three estimates from different companies to ensure you’re getting the best deal. Be sure to understand if a plumber charges by the hour or a flat rate for work to be completed and get that agreement in writing. Keep a copy of that contract. It’s also good to break up the payments and offer the last payment when the work is done to your satisfaction.