September 20, 2020

Fishers City Council Meeting – September 21, 2020

The September Fishers City Council Meeting will be held on Monday, September 21 at 7pm. Here’s a summary for your information and I encourage you to participate. Public Participation A video of the meeting will be broadcast live starting at 7pm on Monday, June 15, so you can watch from home. Fishers residents are welcomed to submit public comments electronically …

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July 18, 2020

Fishers City Council Meeting – July 20, 2020

July 20, 2020 City Council Meeting Update: Draft Meeting Minutes Audio of the Meeting Larry In Fishers IBJ The City Council meeting is on my 50th Birthday! The very first Community Update from the Fishers Health Department will take place on Monday, July 20 at 5:45pm. Attendees will include members of the Fishers City Council and the HSE Schools’ Board of …

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June 14, 2020

Fishers City Council Meeting – June 15, 2020

The June Fishers City Council Meeting will be held on Monday, June 15 at 7:00pm at a new location. The meeting will take place at Launch Fishers – 12175 Visionary Way, Fishers, instead of City Hall. I provide this summary for your information and as an encouragement for you to participate. Meeting Modifications On March 16, Governor Holcomb signed an Executive Order …

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May 16, 2020

Fishers City Council Meeting – May 18, 2020

Updates are designated in blue, 5/17/20 The May City Council meeting will be held on Monday, May 18 at 7:00pm. I provide this summary for your information and as an encouragement for you to participate! Meeting Modifications Your city government is still open and working for you. However, meetings can’t be held the way that we are used to, due …

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May 1, 2020

Cooperation is Messy

Each question I pose to our city government is always rooted in real concerns, usually brought to me by residents directly. That’s why it’s so disappointing when comments and questions I bring forth are dismissed as “political” or “divisive,” or when any conversation is quickly shut down with a “let’s just agree to disagree.” These replies aren’t meaningful responses to …

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April 29, 2020

First 100 Days

Dear Fishers neighbor, I was sworn in to represent you as an At-Large member of the Fishers City Council on January 21, 2020. Today, April 29, marks the first 100 days of my service and a good time to share an update with you. Throughout my campaign and the past three months, my priorities have not changed. I am here …

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April 23, 2020

Help Me Hold our Mayor Accountable

Tomorrow, just 24 hours after Mayor Fadness revealed his plan to establish a new city health department, the City Council will hold an emergency meeting to take a final vote on his plan. I learned of this plan for the first time when the public did this morning. My objective is to postpone this vote until the Mayor can clearly …

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April 19, 2020

Fishers City Council Meeting – April 20, 2020

UPDATE: Draft Meeting Minutes can be found here. The April City Council meeting will be held on Monday, April 20 at 5:30pm. This is a different start time than usual. There will again be meeting modifications but you can still participate in the meeting. Meeting Modifications Your city government is still open and working for you. However, meetings can’t be …

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March 21, 2020

Fishers City Council Meeting – March 23, 2020

The March City Council meeting will be held on Monday, March 23 at 7pm at Fishers City Hall – with some new modifications. First, I’ll explain the modifications and how you can participate in the meeting. Then, I’ll walk through the meeting agenda. Meeting Modifications  Your city government is still open and working for you. However, meetings can’t be held …

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February 19, 2020

City Council Meeting Improvements

Attending a public government meeting may not be high on anyone’s list. I’ve observed dozens of City Council meetings in Fishers over the years, and there are almost always rows of empty chairs. However, these meetings are an important opportunity for residents to have their voices heard and hold their elected officials (like me) accountable. As a newly elected city …

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