Pulaski County Commissioners had an easy day Thursday, handling just one main piece of business.


Pulaski County Commissioners had an easy day Thursday, handling just one main piece of business.
In question is who is responsible for repairs of Hart Drive. Resident Al Ellis came to the commission  Tuesday seeking answers, and help.
Eastern District Commissioner Bill Farnham said it was determined the road is private, and the county cannot help.
The issue is a riser standing above the road. Parts of the road have washed away, exposing the manhole cover and no longer making it flush with the road surface.
Though the county can’t take care of the problem, something Farnham said would be easy to fix, Farnham  offered to go check out the problem with Pulaski County Sewer District Chairman Gary Porter, as the line belongs to the Sewer District.
Farnham did just that, and reported Thursday that, “the road definitely needs to have some work,”?and “it just needs to be grated out and some gravel put back in.”?
While there is not much the county or Sewer District can do to help the road condition, Farnham said there is enough room for residents to drive around the cover.
Commissioners will meet again at 9 a.m. Monday in the courthouse.
On the agenda are several items, including payment of current bills; opening of lawn maintenance, rock and culvert, and prisoner meal bid; and accepting the certified unanimous petition for the Ehrhardt Transportation Development District.