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John M. Richwine

Commissioners

Madison County Council of Governments

HQ Phone:  (765) 641-9482

Email: j***@***.gov

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Madison County Council of Governments

16 E. 9Th St. Box 13

Anderson, Indiana,46016

United States

Company Description

The Madison County Council of Governments (MCCOG) is a cooperative, county-wide planning organization, funded in part by Alexandria, Anderson, Elwood, Pendleton, and Madison County, Indiana. Our charter agreement was signed in May 1969 in recognition of the ne...more

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Employment History

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County Commission


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WorkOne Central Indiana

Madison County Commissioner


North District

Representative


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heraldbulletin.com

Owens and Madison County Board of Commissioners President John Richwine, R-North District, voted for the new law; Jeff Hardin, D-Middle District, was not at Tuesday's commissioners meeting.


heraldbulletin.com

I learned a lot from her about how to deal with people," Richwine said.
Dillon entered politics in 1970, when she was approached by a Republican Party member and asked to run for justice of the peace in Richland Township, northeast of Anderson. She performed more than 200 marriages and oversaw several cases, all on the bottom floor of her home. She was the first and last justice of the peace in Richland Township. In 1976, she left the position to become a member of the Madison County Council, and she was council president for seven of the 17 years she served. In 1996, she was elected county auditor, a position she held until 2004. During the campaign, we pounded the pavement together and both won," Richwine said. "She was a lot of fun to work with. She'd work all day, then go home and bake something for people and bring it in to work the next day." Dillon, Richwine and then-commissioner Paul Wilson worked to bring an ethanol plant to the county, and also assisted in bringing the Nestle plant to Anderson. "She was a good public servant," Richwine said.


heraldbulletin.com

"Things here should just click right along like they normally do," said Madison County Board of Commissioners President John Richwine.


heraldbulletin.com

"Things here should just click right along like they normally do," said Madison County Board of Commissioners President John Richwine, R-North District.
"Things here should just click right along like they normally do," said Madison County Board of Commissioners President John Richwine.


heraldbulletin.com

Madison County Commissioners John Richwine and Steffanie Owens said they have not yet reviewed information regarding the new law.


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