Peter J. Visclosky
HAMMOND | U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky, D-Ind., urged Purdue University Calumet graduates Tuesday, Dec. 17 afternoon “to consider using your enhanced talents to make our region a better place to work and live.”
GARY | The Gary Chamber of Commerce will hold its Annual Membership Meeting on Monday, May 13, at 11:30 a.m. at the Steel City Buffet & Grill, 411 East 5th Avenue, Gary. The guest speaker will be Honorable Peter J. Visclosky, Congressman, State of Indiana.
MUNSTER | Join Congressman Peter J. Visclosky, the Munster Town Council, Munster Clerk-Treasurer Dave Shafer, Munster Town Manager Tom DeGiulio, and Energy Systems Group President Greg Collins to commemorate the groundbreaking of the Town of Munster Centennial Park Landfill Gas to Energy Pro…
REGIONAL INITIATIVE TO COMBAT LACK OF DATA AND PANDEMIC THREAT ASSESSMENT AND TROUBLING STATEWIDE STATISTICS ON QUALITY OF LIFE DATA
Late September was a busy time for the One Region team with the annual meeting at the Radisson featuring keynote speaker Governor Mitch Daniels as well as U.S. Congressman Peter J. Visclosky on the dais before 650 attendees at the event.
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