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    Cicero, IN 46034

    317-984-4079

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    YOUR NEWLY ELECTED EXECUTIVE BOARD

      President, Wade Wiley     Vice President, Liz Nelson

               

    Secretary, Terri Milbank           Treasurer, Dan Strong

     

     

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    Cook files for Jackson

    Township Trustee

     

    Robyn Cook has filed and announced her candidacy for the office of Trustee for Jackson Township.Cook has served as clerk-treasurer   to   the Town of Atlanta for the last 18 years. She is an Indiana Accredited Municipal Clerk and Certified Municipal Clerk.She is highly qualified in government finance and administration. She  has  assisted  the Town of Atlanta  in  obtaining millions of dollars in grants, most recently a $1.7 million water works grant  which  will  fund  a major  infrastructure  project with no out-of-pocket expenses to the Town. Additionally, Cook annually co-chairs the Atlanta New Earth Festival, Hamilton County’s longest-running and largest festival which brings nearly 100,000 visitors to the community each year during the two-day event.

    One of the many  benefits Cook  can bring to the office of Trustee is an immediate taxpayer savings  by ending the outsourcing  of  many  of the  Jackson  Township Trustee  duties  which  are being  hired  out  to  other agencies,  costing  tens  of thousands of taxpayer dollars annually. Examples of Township Trustee duties currently being outsourced include: annual budget preparation and submission  to  the  Indiana Department of Local Government  Finance,  annual financial reports filed with the Indiana State Board of Accounts and payroll – just to name a few. Cook has  the  experience  and  knowledge  to perform those duties herself and to make better use of those  township  funds by using them to help the citizens who need them. Cook has a proven track record when it comes to fiscal responsibility, job qualifications, work ethic and transparency in government.

    Combined with her passion for public service and her dedication to all residents, her life of responsible public service has made her a respected leader in the community. Robyn Cook is the wife of Jai Cook and the mother of four daughters. She has lived in Jackson Township most of her life.She is an active member of Life Church Noblesville where she serves as a youth group leader in addition to serving as secretary to Life Church Motorcycle Ministry, a ministry she and her husband helped create.

     

     

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    As of January 2, 2018, Rusty Miller is the new president of the Cicero Town Council.

     

    The vote to decide that change in leadership was held at the end of 2017 because some council members had plans that conflicted with the first town council meeting of the year on Jan. 2. Miller’s vice president in 2018 is Chris Lutz. It has long been the practice of the Cicero Town Council to name a new president each year, though there is no official policy to that effect.

    Miller had attended Cicero Town Council meeting for several years before he ever ran for office. “I have been attending town council meeting for the past 10 years and was vice-president in 2017,” Miller said. “This is the end of my third year as a member of the council.”  Miller explained that the council president has no special statutory authoritative power over other council members, but the president is responsible for running meetings.

    Miller does expect to get more calls from citizens and organizations with concerns, which he will be responsible for replaying to the rest of the council and department heads. Speaking of outgoing president Chad Amos, Miller said, “Chad has done a stellar job running the presidency last year. I will continue to do the best I can for our community.” Cicero Town Council members serve four-year terms. Miller will not have to run for reelection until 2019 for the 2020-2024 term.

     

     
     

     

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  • Welcome to the Northern Hamilton County Chamber of Commerce

    We're glad you've come here to find out more about Arcadia, Atlanta, Cicero and Sheridan and the businesses that contribute to the economic vitality of the area.

    Northern Hamilton County is close enough to enjoy all the amenities of the larger cities in our great county, but we offer a simpler, more relaxed lifestyle in our small towns. You can still enjoy fine dining, great county and municipal parks, excellent schools and business-friendly downtowns. Look here for more information about chamber member businesses,
    more about our communities and schools and upcoming events.

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    CHAMBER BUSINESS OF THE MONTH

    Vibcon Corporation    

    COMING SOON

    YOU WILL HAVE A CHANCE TO HEAR MORE ABOUT THIS GREAT BUSINESS TUCKED AWAY IN ARCADIA AND MEET ROBIN ANDERSON, HER SON BRANDON AND JESSICA

    AT ONE OF OUR CHAMBER LUNCHEONS

     We here at the Chamber are so excited for what's to come in the near future for Vibcon

    Founded in 1982, Vibcon is a full line parts feeding company that excels in the design and manufacturing of highly effective solutions

    for our customer's most demanding applications.

    Vibcon Corporation     

     

     

    They serve a large variety of industries including, but not limited to:

    Medical/Dental, Military and Hunting Munitions, Semi-conductors, Plumbing, Lawn/Garden Products, Automotive/Transportation, Pharmaceutical/Bioscience Hardware, Packaging, Food Processing, Foundry, Paper/Packaging, Chemical Processing, Ceramics/Textiles, Parts/Warehousing, Agricultural Supplies (Seeds Chemicals, Crops)  and many more...

       Vibcon has built a reputation for devising and conceptualizing unique solutions to all of our customer's feeding and assembly needs.

    Incorporated originally by Dennis Haskett and Ron Walker, Vibcon was purchased in 2010 by Jeff Anderson and his family, who have had a presence in the industry going back nearly five decades to 1970. Jeff Anderson worked very hard to create a Legacy of honesty, integrity, and hard work that has continued to this day.

     In August of 2017, Jeff passed.  Before leaving us, he made sure that the Legacy he created would endure.  Robin Anderson, Jeff's wife, has devoted herself to continuing that Legacy as the CEO of the company.  Brandon Anderson, Jeff's son, has taken over as COO, and Jeff's Daughter, Jessica, is in charge of Vibcon's Human Resource department.

     Vibcon pride themselves on 8 Core Principles:

    • The ability to optimize processes on every level to achieve excellence
    • Striving for continuous improvement through ideas and creative suggestions
    • Providing our customer with the highest quality of workmanship, engineering, and value
    • Never forgetting that the true measure of quality is the customer's overall satisfaction
    • Generating an appropriate return on all opportunities of investment
    • Ensuring our application is the most cost effective and efficient solution for the customer
    • Promoting a safe and encouraging work environment for the enrichment of our employees
    • Having uncompromising integrity and pride in everything we put our hands and minds to

    Robin Anderson, Jeff's wife, has devoted herself to continuing that Legacy as the CEO of the company. Brandon Anderson, Jeff's son, has taken over as COO, and Jeff's Daughter, Jessica, is in charge of Vibcon's Human Resource department. Jeff's Family and the entire Staff have dedicated themselves to carrying out the Vibcon tradition.                                                                                                                      

    Looking to the future, they will continue to expand on it's capabilities, and strive toward a spirit of excellence for all of Vibcon's customers.

     

       

     

     

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