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Casey L. Harvey

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EMC Insurance Companies

HQ Phone:  (515) 280-2511

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EMC Insurance Companies

717 Mulberry Street

Des Moines, Iowa,50306

United States

Company Description

Headquartered in Des Moines, Iowa, EMC Insurance Companies provides insurance coverage and services through 21 branch and service offices strategically located throughout the country. Our branch office structure allows us to fine-tune our marketing strategies,... more.

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City of Waukee


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www.desmoinesregister.com

Casey Harvey has asked many questions during his first few weeks on the Waukee City Council and is already earning praise for his homework.Before Harvey, who replaced former Councilman Jeff Mertz, began his term Jan. 1, he began his research.Bringing home stacks of papers that include council meeting packets and minutes, Harvey said he has spent nights and weekends reading and reviewing to better understand issues, ordinances and protocol.Councilman Don Bailey Jr. said Harvey's question and behind-the-scenes prep work are evidence that he is committed to wrapping his arms around the history of city issues.Harvey, who moved to Waukee 18 months ago and is a computer programmer for EMC Insurance in downtown Des Moines, said the main issue which drew him to take an active role in the community was the parks system."I am disappointed with the number of park locations and overall awareness of neighborhood parks.We need to ensure we are making space and planning for parks and taking care of the ones we have," Harvey said.Through his research, he said he found one issue consistently stands out: The struggle to gain support for connecting Alice's Road to the interstate to spur business growth must remain a priority."I think economic development continues to be the most important initiative as we are planning the city for growth and shaping how it will look.A lot of that rotates around Alice's Road and the possibility for an interchange," Harvey said.Advice comes free to Harvey and he admits he is happy to get all he can.City employees have told Harvey it takes three to six months to get up-to-speed on issues.I just want to be the best council member I can be," said Harvey, who pledged to bring fresh ideas to help the city grow responsibly.Remaining consistent with the goals the council has established over the years is key, he said, when he votes.To date, Harvey has attended two council meetings and one workshop.Casey Harvey, Waukee's newest councilman, and his wife, Sara, sit in the family room of their Waukee home.Casey moved to Waukee 18 month ago and became motivated to run after seeing a greater need for area parks.


www.desmoinesregister.com

Casey Harvey joined the council, replacing former Councilman Jeff Mertz.Harvey, a computer programmer for EMC Insurance in downtown Des Moines, has vowed to establish more neighborhood parks in town and help the city's business growth.


www.desmoinesregister.com

Casey Harvey 550 (35.62 percent)Casey Harvey and Darlene Stanton won four-year terms to the Waukee City Council with 550 and 671 votes, respectively.Stanton is an incumbent; Harvey, a newcomer to replace outgoing councilman Jeff Mertz.Harvey, a computer programmer for EMC Insurance in downtown Des Moines, reiterated his campaign pledge to establish more neighborhood parks in town and help the city's commercial growth.He promised to advocate for the planned Alice's Road extension to Interstate 80, a project city officials say will ease local traffic pressures and attract new businesses."I haven't had much time for it to sink in yet," Harvey said."I just hope people can trust me.I hope I can get the job done I said I would if elected."Peard, Stanton and Harvey will begin their terms Jan. 1.


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