Pulaski County is preparing to make a major investment in its tax software. Last week, the county council and commissioners agreed to let various county offices switch to Low software system for settlements and tax collection.Continue reading
The amount of time spent processing excise tax will soon be reduced for the Pulaski County Auditor’s Office, thanks to some new software. On Monday, the county commissioners approved the payment of a $6,000 invoice for the new system, at the request of Auditor Laura Wheeler.Continue reading
The Pulaski County government is working to bring additional technology into use for signing documents in a timely manner.
An initial request came from Circuit Court Judge Michael Shurn for the Pulaski County Commissioners to consider approving a request for the purchase of such technology. Research started after an incident was reported where someone was out of the office whose signature was necessary on certain legal documents.