A stretch of Pulaski County Road 400 North will soon get a lower speed limit. The county council voted four-to-two Monday to reduce the speed limit to 35 miles per hour between U.S. 421 and County Road 1400 West, and make 400 and 1400 a four-way stop. The speed limit change had been approved by the county commissioners last month.Continue reading
Pulaski County residents have the chance to weigh in on the county’s 2020 budget proposal tonight. The county council will hold the required budget hearing tonight at 6:00 p.m. EDT in the Pulaski County Highway Garage.Continue reading
A stretch of Pulaski County Road 400 North may soon get a lower speed limit and a number of warning signs. The county commissioners voted Monday to lower the speed limit to 35 miles per hour between U.S. 421 and County Road 1400 West. That now goes to the county council for final approval.Continue reading
Pulaski County officials have finalized a speed limit reduction for Tpac Road, also known as County Road 150 South. The county council agreed Monday to lower the speed limit from 55 to 35 miles per hour.Continue reading
Pulaski County officials are looking at lowering the speed limit on Tpac Road. Commissioner Jerry Locke raised the issue during last week’s meeting, at the request of a local resident.Continue reading
The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department continues to keep an eye on County Road 250 North. Deputies have been monitoring traffic, after a complaint of speeding vehicles was brought to the county council and commissioners.
Pulaski County officials are looking at reducing the speed limit on County Road 250 North. Last week, resident Greg Hilderbrandt asked the county council and commissioners to lower the speed limit from 55 to 45 miles per hour.
Whether Pulaski Memorial Hospital will get almost $800,000 for its new MRI building from the county’s Cumulative Building Fund will be up for discussion during tonight’s county council meeting. Under the proposal, that money would be given to the hospital in 17 installments between now and 2027.
A temporary speed limit on Pulaski County Road 1550 West near Medaryville could become permanent. The County Highway Department has lowered the speed limit to 30 miles per hour between 150 North and 300 North, while nearby U.S. 421 is closed for a bridge replacement.
A portion of Pulaski County Road 600 West may soon be getting a lower speed limit. Resident Karen Gourley requested the change during last week’s county commissioners meeting. Continue reading
The Winamac Park Board is looking for ways to improve safety and slow down traffic near the west entrance of the Town Park. Continue reading
Pulaski County is moving ahead with plans to reduce the speed limit on a portion of County Road 250 North. The county commissioners voted Monday to lower the speed limit to 45 miles per hour between 125 East and 350 North. Continue reading
Pulaski County Road 250 North could use a posted speed limit. That’s what two residents told the county commissioners Monday. Continue reading
The speed limit in the Winamac Town Park appears to be staying where it is, even though it may not technically be enforceable. Continue reading
The Winamac Park Board continues to explore the issue of traffic control in the Town Park. Specifically, a stop sign in the park has drawn concern from some residents. Continue reading
The Winamac Park Board is reviewing the speed limit in the Town Park. It’s currently set at 10 miles per hour, and Town Attorney Justin Schramm says that may pose a problem. Continue reading
A speed limit change on a county road in Pulaski County will be enacted once an ordinance takes effect.
The Pulaski County Commissioners recently approved the preparation of an ordinance that reduces the speed on County Road East 50 South between the junction of south old State Road 14 and 200 South. The speed limit will be 30 mph on that stretch of road. Several residents have complained to the commissioners of reckless driving on that road for some time.
Several complaints have been received about cars traveling too fast between Pearl Street and Indiana Street in Hamlet, and the Town Board approve changing the speed in that area to 20 miles per hour. Because there are often children playing nearby, the Town Marshal originally approached the Board to request the installation of a stop sign on Short Street to slow traffic, but Board Members Curtis Simpkins and Kerry Stone were uneasy about the idea. Instead, they changed the speed in that area from 30 MPH, and will put reflective tape on the sign to ensure drivers notice the change.