CITY-COUNTY COUNCILLOR

MICHAEL
MCQUILLEN

Community • Collaboration • Conservative

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Interview on City Council Chronicles

City-County Councillor Michael McQuillen was recently interviewed for the national podcast City Council Chronicles. Listen to the interview below.

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Upcoming Events
 

 
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ANNual Sargent Road Cleanup
April 28, 2018, 9 AM. meet at mud creek barn on 86th Street

This has been one long winter for all of us but it won't be long now until our beautiful corridor of Sargent Road is going to look like this once again.  Over the winter, littering has made our road look less than perfect and we would like to enlist your help on April 28th at 9:00 a.m. in picking up the trash along the road.  We will first meet at the Mud Creek Barn on 86th St. to learn where we can help.  We will have gloves, grabbers, and bright orange vests provided for our use and the Sargent Road corridor will have limited police protection.  In order for the full stretch to be cleaned up, we need many volunteers.  Won't you consider joining the Litterbusters for this important event?

 

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INDY GOP ROUNDTABLE BREAKFAST
may 16, 2018, 8 AM at Le peep castleton

Everyone is invited to this breakfast no matter where they live and at no cost other than whatever you wish to order to eat or drink – or nothing as you wish.

Our guest speaker will be State Senator & MCRCC Chairman Jim Merritt.

Jim Merritt is a Republican member of the Indiana Senate, representing the 31st District since 1997. He was first elected to the Indiana Senate in 1990. He was reelected to the state Senate in 2010, defeating then-Marion County Sheriff Frank J. Anderson.

Sen. Merritt received his bachelor of arts in political science from Indiana University in 1981. Professionally, Sen. Merritt is vice president of corporate affairs for the Indiana Railroad Company. He is married and has two daughters and one son.

 
 

About Mike

Learn more about the life-long resident of Indianapolis and City-County Council Minority Leader.

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