Tuesday, August 16, 2005

City of Fort Wayne Re-districting meeting

I really enjoyed attending this meeting. The meeting was very informative and very open to public input.

Basically the Sub Committee of The City Council of Fort Wayne wanted to question two State Senators (Long and Moses) to determine whether there is a realistic chance to get the State of Indiana to change the number of City Council districts in Fort Wayne.

To make a long story short, it does not look like it will happen.

So it looks like we will keep six Council districts + three at large seats.

So now the Committee will decide on an actual redistricting plan and map. You can get involved in this yourself by going to the City's website and making your own map. I did it and it took me about two hours. Go to <http://cityoffortwayne.org/council/residents_guide.htm>.

I expect the City will be posting my map along with three other maps in the next few days.

This Committee will be meeting the second Tuesday of each month. It meets in the Omni rooms at 4 PM in the City County Building.


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