Mayor Emily Styron and Town Council announce 2021 board/commission/committee appointments

Press Release: 2/10/21 Amanda Vela


Mayor Styron has announced eight new appointments and the Zionsville Town Council has announced six new
appointments to Town of Zionsville boards/commissions/committees. These individuals give their time and expertise for
the benefit of the community.
When making appointments, one of Mayor Emily Styron’s priorities was to include more women and add more diversity
to these Town roles. Through the recently formed Use of Force Review Board, the Zionsville Community Enrichment
Grant Committee and the Pedestrian Mobility Advisory Committee, we have the most diverse group of citizens
participating in municipal government policy and programs. “We recognize that diversity within our town’s boards,
commissions and committees is critical to ensure Town policies and programs serve people of every race, ethnicity,
gender, sexual orientation, religion and ability,” Mayor Emily Styron said.
All appointments are for one-year terms with the exception of: Park Board (four-year term for Town Council
appointments; one-year term for Mayoral appointments), the Park and Road Impact Fee Review Board (five-year term),
the Plan Commission (four-year term), the Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Library Board (four-year term), the Board of
Zoning Appeals (four-year term) and the Board of Police Commissioners (three-year term after initial term).

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Mayoral new appointments:

• Chris Lake to the Plan Commission
• Chris Lake to the Board of Zoning Appeals
• Amanda Cecil to the Economic Development Commission
• Jacklyn Spillane to the Community Development Corporation
• Janet Campbell Baker, Jennifer Cross and Wendy Schrepferman to the Zionsville Community Enrichment Grant
Committee
• Kenneth Johnson to the Use of Force Board*
Mayoral re-appointments:
• Mary Grabianowski to the Plan Commission
• John Stehr to the Park Board
• Colleen Hittle, Cindy Madrick and Kate Swanson to the Redevelopment Commission
• Tammy Kelly, Ericka Pickell and Ben Worrell to the Community Development Corporation
• Patricia McCarthy to the Non-Discriminatory Practices Review Committee
• Pauline Coderre, Molly Hanlon, Chris Lake, Lance Lantz, Monisha Mitchell, Sarah Moore, Bethany Narkiewicz,
Chad Smith and Deb Weidner to the Pedestrian Mobility Advisory Committee
Town Council new appointments:
• Mark McDonald and Quincy Cunningham to the Pathway Committee
• Michael Rinebold to the Union Township Building Corporation
• Scott Condes and Ed Thomas to the Zionsville Community Enrichment Committee
• Craig Melton to the Boone EDC
Town Council re-appointments:
• Steve Mundy to the Board of Zoning Appeals
• John Salewicz to the Park Board
• Kent Esra and Sanjay Patel to the Redevelopment Commission
• Bob Kuzman and Mark Plassman to the Economic Development Commission
• Larry Jones, Aaron Walton and Paul Watson to the Zionsville Municipal Building Corporation
• Sean McHale, Larry Jones and Craig Melton to the Zionsville-Eagle Township Municipal Building Corporation
• M.J. Deras, Justin Hage and Craig Melton (Town Council ex-officio) to the Pathway Committee
• Steve Lonn, Rob French and George Tikijian to the Zionsville Town Hall Building Corporation
• Brad Burk (Town Council ex-officio), Tom Casalini, Mervyn Cohen, Greta Sanderson and Nancy Tikijian to PZAZ
• Craig Olsinski as Town Prosecutor
• Emily Styron to MPO Policy Committee
• Lance Lantz to MPO Technical Committee
• Brad Burk to Water Advisory Board
• Jason Plunkett to Boone County Solid Waste Management District Board
• Michael Billig, Tom Casalini, Steve Freeland, Steve Herron, Carol Mullet, David Rausch, Todd Rottmann and Cara
Weber to the Architectural Review Committee
• Charles Naber and Bryan Traylor to the Union Township Building Corporation
• Molly Hanlon to the Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Library Board
• Brad Burk, Josh Garrett, Craig Melton and Johnny Vargo to the Non-Discriminatory Practices Review Committee
• Emily Styron to the Boone EDC
• Lance Lantz to the White River Alliance Board
*The Use of Force Review Board includes three members of the Zionsville Police Department (Captain Marius Klykken, Lt.
Drake Sterling and Det. Joshua Samuelson) and two civilian members (Kenneth Johnson, appointed by Mayor Emily
Styron and Monisha Mitchell, appointed by the Board of Police Commissioners).
*Safety Board members to be announced.

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