WARSAW — Mike Klondaris, Republican, is seeking re-election for the District 3 seat on Warsaw Common Council.
“After consulting family, friends and community members, I have decided to seek another term representing and serving the people of the third district in the city of Warsaw,” said Klondaris. “I want to continue working towards our goals, which is built largely on our comprehensive city plan providing for a sustainable business environment in a rapidly growing Warsaw that provides opportunities for all our citizens.”
If re-elected, this will be the Warsaw native’s third term.
“We have been very busy laying the foundation for tomorrow and doing the groundwork for our community’s growth for the next 50 years,” said Klondaris. “The growth we are currently experiencing as a community is no accident. It’s taken a lot of hard work by elected officials, civic-minded business leaders as well as city department heads and employees.”
“I encourage people to do their homework in looking at the progress and growth Warsaw is experiencing and to look past the negative noise on social media,” said Klondaris. “If you look around and observe, you’ll find a local government that is delivering results with sound investment strategies built on integrity that’s going to carry us forward into a very promising future.”
So far, Klondaris is the only candidate to file for the District 3 seat. Candidates have until Feb. 8 to file their candidacy paperwork.
“It has been an honor and a true privilege to serve the people of the 3rd district these past seven years. Every issue I’ve studied and weighed, and every vote I’ve cast, I’ve done so with the people in mind,” said Klondaris.