The Town of Winamac will not be turning Market Street into an outdoor dining area. Tippy’s owner Sheila Jimenez brought the idea of closing off a portion of the street to traffic to the town council earlier this month. But during Tuesday’s special council meeting, Town Manager Brad Zellers said most of the neighbors are opposed.Continue reading
The Town of Winamac is not prepared to close one of its downtown streets to expand outdoor dining space. Tippy’s owner Sheila Jimenez asked town council members Monday if they’d be willing to consider closing off a portion of Market Street between her restaurant and One Eyed Jack’s.Continue reading
A representative from the Friends of the Panhandle Pathway came before the Winamac Town Council on Monday to discuss an event that took place earlier this month.
John Bawcum shared some details about the “Tippecanoe and Bicycles Too” event that occurred on Saturday, August 4th. Continue reading
The Pulaski County Commissioners have again taken action to approve a Winamac restaurant’s revolving loan request. Tippy’s has been asking for financing to help cover the cost of moving to a larger space. The county commissioners had conditionally approved the request twice already, but each time, it had to be changed to address various concerns.
A Winamac restaurant is scaling back its request for financing through Pulaski County’s revolving loan program, amid concerns from the county’s attorney. Tippy’s had asked for a $40,000 loan to help cover the cost of buying a building at 123 North Market Street and moving the business there.
A Winamac restaurant is eyeing a larger space, and it’s asking Pulaski County to help finance the move. Tippy’s is planning to move about a block west to 123 North Market Street. The business plans to buy the space that formerly housed a dime store and more recently H & R Block.
The Town of Winamac is looking to make better use of space in the downtown area. Town Manager Brad Zellers is considering ways to allow restaurants like One Eyed Jacks and Tippy’s to continue to offer outdoor dining, while making sure the sidewalks are accessible to people with disabilities. Continue reading