The individual who holds the position of presiding officer on the Lake County Board of Commissioners, which consists of three people, will now help lead the organization that represents all of Indiana’s counties at the Statehouse.
Commissioner Mike Repay, who represents the Democratic Party in Hammond, has been appointed to the position of treasurer for the Association of Indiana Counties and will also serve on the board of directors for the organization.
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Repay stated that they were excited for them to have them back on the board, especially in such a crucial position. “I am excited to collaborate with AIC’s membership as well as the executive staff in order to advance the organization’s purpose.”
At the organization’s annual meeting in September, Repay won the position of treasurer and began serving in that capacity on November 1st. Before that, in 2013, he was a member of the company’s board of directors, and in 2017, he was a regional vice president.
During the annual session of the Indiana General Assembly that begins in January, the board of directors is responsible for setting the policies and legislative goals for AIC and working to pass those goals into state law.
The middle of Repay’s third four-year tenure as a member of the executive body of Lake County’s government, where he serves as the commissioner for District 3, which encompasses North Township, has arrived. As a former council member for Lake County, he was responsible for the administration of the county’s budget for a period of two years.