WARSAW — Jerry Frush, is running for re-election to serve a third term on the Warsaw Common Council for district 4.
“I have lived in the Warsaw area all of my life and inside the city limits for almost 60 years,” said Frush. “I retired a few years ago and after doing a few things around the house my wife and I decided that I needed something else to keep me busy. At that time Jerry Patterson was our councilman and he decided not to run again so after some thought I ran and was elected. It has been very rewarding as I have been able to help the people of Warsaw and help our city grow.”
Frush is also well-known for his long-time involvement with the Kosciusko County Historical Society. He notes that both his parents and his grandparents were also involved with the society as his family has lived in Kosciusko County since 1838.
“Most of the district I represent is in the older part of the city and has some of the older sewer lines that are over 100 years old and was in need of repair or replacing and I have been on the council that has been very active in getting this important work done and we will be working this during the next few years,” said Frush. “Also, the North Buffalo Street project is underway and will be very beneficial to our city.”
If re-elected, Frush noted that his main goal is, “seeing that the work that has been started is completed.”