Having a healthy downtown that is thriving, and the efforts thereof, takes a great deal of consideration from the Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen.
With the holiday season approaching, the Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen has voted to cancel its Dec. 20 work session and Dec. 28 regular session.
The consideration of lowering the speed limit on Highway 31 South from 55 miles per hour to possibly 45 was discussed during the Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen’s work session this week.
Giles countians enjoy music, food, classic cars and games in the street at Saturdays on the Square last weekend. The monthly event features something for everyone and fun for all ages, as well as many businesses open late for your shopping pleasure. The next Saturdays on the Square event wil…
The Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted to transform Cave Springs Park into Cave Spring Heritage Plaza during its regular session today (Tuesday). Alderman Ricky Keith suggested the site as a memorial plaza to the city council during last week’s work session. He then presented it to th…
With the Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen’s recent approval of recognizing the 110th and 111th Infantry Regiments of the United States Colored Troops, locations for this memorial or monument and others that will be brought to the board will need to be determined.
After a lengthy discussion concerning fire contracts and mutual aid, the Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen determined a meeting specifically on that topic is needed.
While many may take the privacy of a public restroom for granted, others with disabilities do not have many options when needing to be changed when they and those who they are with decide to attend an event or enjoy a public outing.
While the city of Pulaski is expecting growth in upcoming years, those looking to relocate to a more rural area and expecting to work remotely may struggle to find the space/internet capabilities to do that.
Today (June 30) was the final day to pay 2019 Pulaski city taxes. Delinquent taxes will now be delivered to City Attorney Andy Hoover’s office where he will attempt to collect them for a period of one to two weeks.
The Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen have approved an ordinance change on how the city will deal with unsafe and dilapidated structures.
The Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen will next meet in regular session at noon Tuesday, April 27, at City Hall.
The Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen will vote on a change in ordinance for dilapidated houses at its April 27 regular meeting.
The dedication for the “Everywhere You Look, UT” mural was held April 16 at Giles County Furniture in Pulaski.
While multi-family residential use was previously permittable within the C1 district of downtown Pulaski, the Pulaski Regional Planning Commission voted to keep residents off the ground floor and limit residential living to the second floor and above.
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