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The Pulaski County Community Development Commission (CDC) was established on 19 December 1995 by a resolution of the County Commissioners. The CDC’s mission is to promote and improve the quality of economic development throughout Pulaski County in pursuit of excellence through the following endeavors:

  • Supporting the expansion and continued investment of Pulaski County businesses.
  • Recruiting new business and industry into Pulaski County.
  • Promoting tourism and the increase of transient spending in Pulaski County.
  • Developing and supporting business services such as workforce development, infrastructure, planning, financial programs, technology initiatives and entrepreneurial programs.
  • Conducting charitable and educational activities.

The CDC meets at 6:00p.m. ET on the first Tuesday of each month, excluding July and December. Most meetings are held at the Winamac Municipal Utilities Complex.

c/o CDC office

CDC Members
Rules pertaining to CDC membership, terms, and offices are established in the CDC By-laws.


  • President: Gregg Malott, at-large member
  • Vice-President: Annie Scholz, at-large member
  • Secretary: John Plowman, Winamac Town Council’s appointee
  • Membership Officer: Doug Roth, County Council’s appointee
  • Board Member: Lawrence Loehmer, Monterey Town Council’s appointee


Appointed members

  • Laura Wheeler, County Commissioners’ appointee
  • Aaron Paulsen, Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors
  • Darlene Mellon, Francesville Town Council’s appointee
  • Suzanna Wilcoxon, Medaryville Town Council
At-large members

  • Bill Champion
  • Ross Davis
  • Beth Grund
  • Doug Hoffman
  • Samantha Williams
  • Dave Zeltwanger

View the 2017 CDC meeting schedule and minutes.
View the CDC archives.

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