Updates to Pulaski County’s solar farm regulations were finalized by the county commissioners Monday. Building Inspector Doug Hoover explained that the changes to the Unified Development Ordinance include an updated fee schedule and setback requirements.Continue reading
Updates to Pulaski County’s solar farm regulations are up for the county commissioners’ final approval this morning. One of the biggest changes is that commercial solar farms would only be allowed in agricultural zones after a hearing before the board of zoning appeals or in planned unit developments. The proposed updates to the county’s Unified Development Ordinance got a favorable recommendation from the advisory plan commission last month.Continue reading
Pulaski County is gearing up for solar farm development, but exactly what that might look like still remains to be seen. Community Development Commission Executive Director Nathan Origer didn’t have any firm answers about the size of a potential solar farm during Monday’s advisory plan commission meeting.Continue reading
Proposed changes to Pulaski County’s solar farm regulations now head to the county commissioners for final approval. The updates to the county’s Unified Development Ordinance got a favorable recommendation from the advisory plan commission Monday.Continue reading
Updated solar farm regulations will be up for public comment during tonight’s Pulaski County Advisory Plan Commission meeting.
County officials have heard from multiple companies who want to put solar panels in Pulaski County, but first, they have to have the proper rules in place.Continue reading
A solar energy developer will make its pitch to Pulaski County residents and officials this afternoon. A question-and-answer session will be held at 3:30 EDT at the Pulaski County Highway Garage, according to Building Inspector Doug Hoover.Continue reading
The Starke County Commissioners clarified a few items in the solar energy ordinance before approving it last week.Continue reading
As Pulaski County finalizes updates to its wind turbine regulations, officials are now turning their attention to solar panels. Building Department Assistant Karla Kreamer told the plan commission Monday that the county has started to get some interest in solar development.
The Culver Town Council will hold public hearings on several zoning changes recently approved by the Culver Planning Commission.
Town Manager Jonathan Leist said the changes will be patterned after ordinances approved by Marshall County officials on the same issues. Continue reading