October 9, 2021

A Closed Door is a Power Play

There is a small club of Fishers power brokers who work behind closed doors to boost their influence. They believe that if they make their decisions in secret, no one can challenge them, and historically they have been right. I’m trying to change that. The reality is that as a member of the minority party on the Fishers City Council, …

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August 15, 2021

Fishers City Council Meeting – August 16, 2021

The August Fishers City Council Meeting will be held on Monday, August 16 at 7pm at City Hall.  I warmly encourage you to participate. CITY COUNCIL MEETING How to Observe and Participate in the City Council Meeting at City Hall. The meeting will be held in-person and will be open to in-person attendees. A video of the meeting will be broadcast …

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September 20, 2019

Fishers “Rubber Stamp” City Council

Our Fishers City Council makes final decisions on a variety of issues that impact all of us. Mayor Fadness and City Staff first provide a recommendation before each City Council vote is taken. It is the decision of each City Council member to vote Aye to approve the recommendation or Nay to oppose it. Here are the voting outcomes of …

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July 30, 2019

The Myth of Fishers Democrats

MYTH: There are very few Democrats who live in Fishers. FACT: There are many, many more than it may seem. I’ve heard the jokes too. How many Fishers Democrats does it take to screw in a lightbulb? All seven of them. When do Fishers Democrats hold their monthly meetings? As soon as the other one arrives. All the Fishers Democrats …

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July 20, 2019

Fishers City Council Needs Our Help

Our City Council’s job is to represent and serve all Fishers residents effectively. Yesterday, the Indianapolis City-County Council gave us another reminder that Fishers City Council isn’t representing and serving us as well as it should. These two disparate quotes demonstrate that servant-leadership is truly missing in Fishers. INDIANAPOLIS: “Our job, as I understand it, is to be representatives to …

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