The Syracuse-Wawasee Chamber of Commerce work with elected officials and region partners on policy issues and initiatives that move our region forward. We know that our business voice and efforts are strongest when our members are involved. Your engagement with this tool and our other advocacy efforts means we can better shape the region’s business environment, ensuring a strong business environment.
Our focus on public policy supports the following: An environment where business can prosper; Talent development for the region’s workforce; Quality of life that attracts and retains residents and workers; and Collaboration that leads to economic prosperity in the Syracuse-Wawasee area.
In order to engage the business community in these efforts, the Chamber: Listens to members about their business needs; Provides members with information about legislation that could impact their businesses through our newsletter; Provide members with opportunities to meet and hear from elected officials; Monitor public policy activities and issues important to the business community; And provide representation at the local, state and federal levels with our elected officials.
|Larry J. Siegel||Ward 1||Town Councilman|
|Paul A. Stoelting||Ward 2||Town Councilman|
|Tom Hoover||Ward 3||Town Councilman|
|Larry Martindale||Ward 4||Town Councilman|
|Bill Musser||Ward 5||Town Councilman|
|Paula Kehr-Wicker||Town Clerk/Treasurer|
|Henry DeJulia||Town Manager|
|James Layne||Police Chief|
|Mickey Scott||Fire Chief, Syracuse -Turkey Creek Township Fire Territory|
|Rob Merchant||Public Works Director|
Where to vote in Turkey Creek Township
First Precinct – Syracuse Community Center, 1013 N Long Dr., Syracuse.
Second Precinct – Syracuse Community Center, 1013 N Long Dr., Syracuse.
Third Precinct – St. Andrews Methodist Church, 1413 N Long. Dr., Syracuse.
Fourth Precinct – Syracuse Community Center, 1013 N Long Dr., Syracuse.
Fifth Precinct – Syracuse Community Center, 1013 N Long Dr., Syracuse.
Sixth Precinct – Syracuse Community Center, 1013 N Long Dr., Syracuse.
To register to vote it is required that you be a US citizen, 18 years of age by the time of the general election, a resident of the township for at least 60 days and a resident of the precinct 30 days by the day of the fall general election. Applications are available at the Syracuse Library and the town clerk’s office. You must be registered at least 30 days prior to the election. Primary Election is held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in May of each year in which a general election is held, at which time state, county, city, town or township officials are elected. General Election is held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November following the Primary.
State & Federal Elected Officials
Indiana House of Representatives
Representative David Wolkins – District 18 800-382-9841
Representative Curt Nisly – District 22 800-382-9841
Senator Ryan Mishler – District 9 800-382-9467
Senator Blake Doriot – District 12 800-382-9467