The ignored but essential service of feeding, sheltering and burying Northwest Indiana's neediest township residents is being thrust into public over its cost to region taxpayers.
BOONE TOWNSHIP | Knowing when dangerous weather was bearing down on township residents was helpful, but the emergency notification system didn't help when other emergencies occurred.
Russell Franzman, republican candidate for Boone Twp. Trustee.
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