Huntington commish Wall is new VP for state commish association

Huntington County Commissioner Tom Wall has been elected 2020 vice president of the Indiana Association of County Commissioners (IACC) during their annual conference.

Vice President John Frey, Montgomery County commissioner, stated, “Wall will be a great spokesperson for their association and is very dedicated to improving local government.”

As vice president, Wall will represent the elected county commissioners in the 92 counties of Indiana. Wall will be vice president of the IACC’s board of directors, which determines policies and legislative goals for the association.

Kendell Culp, Jasper County commissioner, was elected president; Ryan Goodwin, Morgan County commissioner was elected treasurer; and Diana Biddle, Brown County commissioner, was elected secretary during the meeting as well.

The elections were held during the IACC’s 2019 Annual Conference, the largest gathering of county commissioners in the state. The three-day conference included several different workshops and breakout sessions that were designed specifically for county commissioners and their support staff. Commissioner Culp and others attended several training workshops concerning county related topics focusing on the conference theme “Sharing Solutions,” where they shared solutions in many areas of local government and focused on cyber security, wastewater planning, economic development, Indiana jails in distress, emergency preparedness and resiliency, road and bridge funding, road safety planning and more.