Old Red Carpet Inn to be site of PSA’s newest convenience center
The Pulaski County Public Service Authority has purchased the old Red Carpet Inn property on Old Route 100 outside Pulaski for the site of its newest convenience center.
Jared Linkous, Executive Director of the PSA announced the move Monday night during the February meeting of the Pulaski County Board of Supervisors.
The old motel will be demolished by county crews and the site will be transformed into the PSA’s third conveniene center.
Like the centers in Dublin and Fairlawn, the new one on Old Route 100 will be available for PSA customers to bring their large items and brush.
The PSA is developing a new bar code system for their sites, which will allow only PSA customers access to the sites. The bar code will be on PSA customers’ bill.
You can see Linkous’ entire presentation to the board by viewing our recording of the meeting at this link: https://www.facebook.com/pcpatriot/videos/1376587283138037
His presentation begins around the 20:00 mark of the video.
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February 28, 2023 @ 9:01 am
sounds like they are gearing for what the town has how does a person get this bar code ?
February 28, 2023 @ 2:27 pm
“The bar code will be on PSA customers’ bill”
February 28, 2023 @ 3:03 pm
So if you don’t pay a trash bill. Then you can not use it? So if only paying for water you will not have a bar code on your bill? I pay for trash and water. Was asking for a friend.
alice b underwood
February 28, 2023 @ 5:59 pm
will the trash still be picked up weekly
February 28, 2023 @ 9:12 pm
Why would you put that at this location right next to the interstate what kind of statement does that say for Pulaski not a good highest and best use of the property!! Not happy about this,
March 1, 2023 @ 2:51 am
They said it would be on our bill
March 1, 2023 @ 4:19 pm
Hopefully there will be screening from the interstate,no matter what it’s used for,it would still look better than the mess that is currently there. Can’t be a worse eyesore that’s for certain. For the people that are concerned about how it looks,take a drive over the mountain out Robinson Tract or up Case Knife,,think this looks better?
March 2, 2023 @ 7:04 am
I agree. Why would they put it there. The land from the intersection of Rte 99 and 100 to Draper is great land for businesses or homes. Welcome to Pulaski-just take Exit 94. Does anyone know how that will effect homes nearby. I certainly don’t want to look at it.
March 3, 2023 @ 7:34 pm
Sad to see this torn down. I helped build this building, along with the Odels an the Taylor’s. I worked on the restaurant Carl Taylor was the Forman. I made two dollars an hour. On my last pay check I got a twenty five cent raise. This was around 1967 or1968 went back to schoolchildren