Whitestown holds town council meeting


Compiled by Anna Skinner

On July 14, the town of Whitestown held a town council meeting.

The next meeting will take place Aug. 11 at 7 p.m.

What happened: There was an official proclamation to Whitestown firefighter, Mitchell Sanders, for winning a silver medal at the World Police and Fire Games.

Why it matters: In Whitestown, July 14 will be declared as Mitchell Sanders Day.


What happened: A human relations and discrimination ordinance was declared.

Why it matters: The council passed the ordinance unanimously, which begins a human relations commission to help establish that nobody is discriminated against in the town of Whitestown.


What happened: The council approved a low bid for resurfacing Main Street.

Why it matters: Main Street will be repaved later this year. The low bid was approved for $240,295.

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