The finishing touches are being put on Winamac’s water project. Town Manager Brad Zellers told the town council Monday that he expects the final bills to arrive by the end of the month.Continue reading
Electrical upgrades are coming to Decker Drive in Winamac. Electric Superintendent Doug Shorter told the town council Monday that power distribution is being changed from an overhead to an underground system.Continue reading
The Winamac Town Council has repealed an ordinance holding landlords responsible for utility bills, following a change in state law. In November, the council passed an ordinance allowing water and electric bills at rental properties to be put in the name of the landlord, due to concerns about renters leaving town with unpaid bills. But shortly after that, the state legislature passed House Enrolled Act 1347, which prohibits towns from doing that.Continue reading
The Town of Winamac will soon be taking over McKinley Memorial Gardens Cemetery. The town council voted Monday to accept the donation of the cemetery and associated records from the McKinley Cemetery Association.Continue reading
Winamac officials want to hear from residents about a potential future investment that would be utilized to commemorate lost loved ones.
During the last few Town Council meetings, members have been discussing the possibility of putting a columbarium in the Winamac Town Cemetery.Continue reading
The Winamac Town Council members considered a resolution related to the Town’s hazard mitigation plan when they met Monday night.Continue reading
The cost for the plotting the new ‘McFarland Addition’ of the Winamac Town Cemetery was presented to council members Monday night.Continue reading
The Winamac Town Council members were introduced to a new member of the Police Department when they met Monday night.Continue reading
Winamac Town Council members are expected to hear from Brian Gaillard about hazard mitigation when they meet tonight at 6 p.m. ET.Continue reading
Multiple recommendations from the Winamac Cemetery Committee came before Town Council members when they met this month.Continue reading
The Winamac Town Council considered three tax abatement renewals when members met last Monday.
One of the abatement renewals was for Standard Properties and the other two were for Standard Integrated Solutions. Town Manager Brad Zellers commented that everything appeared to be in order.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
An ordinance related to the use of the Winamac Utilities Complex came before council members at their meeting this week.
Clerk-Treasurer Melanie Berger explained that the ordinance was first enacted in January of 1996 and noted that a lot has changed since then.Continue reading
Since the Town of Winamac’s financial advisor recently went through a merger, an existing contract required an update.Continue reading
While the construction phase of Winamac’s lighting and sidewalk upgrade project is still a couple of years away, officials are already taking steps to address Indiana Department of Transportation requirements.Continue reading
The Winamac Town Council agreed to help pay for a necessary inspection on the Town’s footbridge when members met Monday night.Continue reading
Winamac Town Marshal Mark Hoffman presented a hire recommendation to Town Council members Monday night.Continue reading
Winamac Clerk-Treasurer Melanie Berger is expected to discuss a contract with Baker Tilly during tonight’s town council meeting.Continue reading
A multi-phase project that could include a splash pad, a pool, and a perimeter path was presented to Winamac officials and residents Wednesday afternoon.
Members of the Winamac Town Council and Park Board, as well as representatives from the Pool Committee and Pulaski County Wellness Center gathered at the Utilities Complex to hear a presentation from Engineer Jason Miller.Continue reading