Seymour mayor Craig Luedeman was elected vice president of the board of directors of Administrative Resources association on Jan. 9 during the board’s quarterly meeting at Columbus.
The association, which is owned by southern Indiana cities, provides assistance in the planning and financing of community and economic development projects.
“Over the years, ARa develops programs and acquires funds to improve our community infrastructure, preserve our downtown, and attract new industry to our community,” Luedeman said. “ARa is an effective and efficient way for cities to work together, and I am pleased to have been selected to serve as vice president.”
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