Winamac Clerk-Treasurer Melanie Berger discussed the “100 R Form” with the Town Council when members met for their first meeting of the month.Continue reading
Winamac Town Council members met Monday morning to take care of some year-end business.Continue reading
The Winamac Town Council took action last week to streamline the funding process for road projects. The town was awarded more than $150,000 in the latest round of Community Crossings matching grants.Continue reading
The Town of Winamac is outlining some of the capital projects it has planned for the next couple years. The town council last week passed an ordinance detailing how Winamac will use its share of the revenues of Pulaski County’s economic development income tax in 2020 and 2021.Continue reading
Town of Winamac employees won’t be getting pay raises in 2020 but they might get some extra insurance benefits. Town Manager Brad Zellers told the town council Monday that health insurance quotes came in almost $39,000 less than last year’s.Continue reading
The Town of Winamac is looking to preserve its records for future generations. The town council voted Monday to have some of its oldest meeting minutes restored next year.Continue reading
The Winamac Town Council held a hearing over the 2020 Budget when members met last Monday.
No public comments were provided, however, Clerk-Treasurer Melanie Berger did highlight one adjustment that was made at the recommendation of the Town’s financial advisor Eric Walsh from Baker Tilly.Continue reading
The Winamac Town Council will hold a special meeting this afternoon.Continue reading
The Winamac Park Board will soon be seeking construction bids for the Town Park restroom project. During Thursday’s meeting, Park Board President Chris Schramm said town officials were putting the finishing touches on the grant paperwork.Continue reading
Winamac Town Council members took action to update their salary ordinance when members met earlier this month.Continue reading
An updated mandate was the driving force behind an ordinance considered by the Winamac Town Council last week.Continue reading
Since the Town of Winamac’s financial advisor recently went through a merger, an existing contract required an update.Continue reading
The Winamac Park Board finally appears to be ready to accept construction bids for the Town Park restroom project. Plans call for the old brick restrooms in the front of the park to be demolished and replaced with a new structure, with more ADA-compliant stalls and more room in general.Continue reading
An ordinance approved by the Winamac Town Council last week allowed Clerk-Treasurer Melanie Berger to transfer dormant account balances back into the general fund.
She explained, “We used to collect parking fees, we don’t have that any longer, same with the safe routes to school, we had $1.58 that was left in there.”Continue reading
Winamac Town Council members approved fire contracts for various townships when they met Monday night.
The Town of Winamac contracts fire services for six different townships. Clerk-Treasurer Melanie Berger said she has received contracts back from four out of the six trustees.Continue reading
Winamac Town Council members received some information about all the residents who utilized the town’s online service for paying utility bills when they met Monday night.Continue reading
Winamac Town Council members will reorganize when they meet for their first meeting of the year tonight. In addition to electing the president and vice president, members will also consider a list of appointments.Continue reading
The 2019 Holiday Schedule was up for approval when the Winamac Town Council held their final meeting of the year last Friday.Continue reading
Winamac Town Council members named an appointment for the Northwest Indiana Solid Waste District when they met last Monday.
According to the District’s website, as a result of growing landfills in Indiana, the 1991 State Legislature required each county to develop a plan to address its solid waste issues. Pulaski County officials teamed up with individuals from Benton, Carroll, Jasper, Newton and White Counties to work on a plan together and the district office was formed. Continue reading
The Pulaski County Commissioners are still looking for a Democrat to replace Jim Thompson on the county’s advisory plan commission. No recommendations had been received by Monday’s commissioners meeting.