The Friends of the Panhandle Pathway group will be seeking grant funding through the Governor’s Next Level Trails Program. Member Fred Kasten recently came before Winamac Town Council members, asking them to sign off on a Letter of Intent.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
Winamac Town Council members were presented with a report from the Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA) when they met last Monday.Continue reading
The Winamac Cemetery Committee was officially dissolved when Town Council Members met Monday night.
Clerk-Treasurer Melanie Berger presented members with some details surrounding the recommendation to dissolve the formal group.Continue reading
When the Winamac Town Council met on Monday, Electric Department Superintendent Doug Shorter informed them about an overdue system upgrade.Continue reading
The Winamac Town Council approved the purchase of a new dump truck at the recommendation of Water and Street Superintendent Jeremy Beckner when members met Monday night.
However, rather than buying the vehicle all at once, it will be paid for in two separate phases.Continue reading
The Winamac Town Council authorized the creation of a ‘DNR Grant Fund’ by passing an ordinance Monday night.Continue reading
Winamac officials are expected to hold a hearing over the 2020 budget when the Town Council meets tonight at 6 p.m. ET.
The council’s regular session will be held immediately following the adjournment of the hearing.Continue reading
A social media post that centered around an incident reportedly involving individuals from the Windy City Tours utilizing the Tippecanoe River was discussed during the Winamac Town Council’s August meeting.Continue reading
Winamac Town Manager Brad Zellers informed the town council about a recent enforcement effort conducted by a deputy marshal in the Police Department when members met last Monday.Continue reading
The Winamac Town Council passed an ordinance accepting a donation of land when members met earlier this month.
The property mentioned in the ordinance was donated by the McKinley Cemetery Association.Continue reading
The Winamac Town Council considered an ordinance which would amend the rules and regulations for the Town Cemetery when members met for their August meeting.Continue reading
The Winamac Town Council considered a job description for an Interim Wastewater Superintendent position as well as an associated resolution when members met for their August meeting.Continue reading
The Winamac Town Council passed an amended ordinance related to meter deposits for electric and water utilities when members met Monday night.Continue reading
The Winamac Police Department will be receiving some firearms training this month, according to Town Marshal Mark Hoffman.Continue reading
Winamac Town Council members approved a few different items related to the proposed downtown lighting and sidewalk upgrades when they met this week.Continue reading
Jumping from the swinging bridge in Pulaski County is a finable offense that local law enforcement officials are on the look out for.Continue reading
A discussion over the Town of Winamac’s 2020 budget is anticipated to occur during tonight’s Town Council meeting.Continue reading
Efforts continue to expand the green space at Veterans Memorial Park in Winamac. During last week’s park board meeting, board member and town manager Brad Zellers said there might be some money in the town’s curb and sidewalk budget to remove the remnants of a concrete ramp off of Washington Street.Continue reading
Money raised for the Winamac pool project will not be released to the town until the end of next year. Almost $150,000 has been raised for the effort, but the Winamac Town Council and Park Board have both decided to stop pursuing the project, mainly due to concerns that the town wouldn’t be able to afford the cost of running a pool.Continue reading