Crothersville Town Council race Democrat Robert “Bob” Lyttle

Why did you decide to run for the Crothersville Town Council?

I have lived here several years of my life and would love to see the town prosper and grow.

What do you think you can bring to the town council?

I can listen to the people for changes they would like to see done and take it to the council.

What’s the most pressing issue facing the town at this time?

I will honestly say I do not know as of now, but if elected, I promise I will know them all and will work with the other council members to do what is right.

How you plan to address it?

I am just one-fifth of the council, and I cannot promise anything, but I do promise I will be fair to all who live in Crothersville.

How would you help the council be fiscally responsible with taxpayers’ money?

The council needs to spend taxpayers’ money responsibly and most of all in the departments in which it is needed the most.

Robert "Bob" Lyttle

Name: Robert “Bob” Lyttle

Age: 61

Occupation: I am currently semiretired and also serve as president of the Crothersville Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1083 Men’s Auxiliary

Education: Crothersville High School (1972); I went on to graduate from the Indiana Police Academy and was the youngest to serve on the Crothersville Police Department at age 19

Family: Wife of 35 years, Jo