Posted Nov 23, 2023 Updated: Nov 22, 2023 @ 3:54 PM
During the Syracuse Town Council’s regular meeting Tuesday night, Nov. 21, Town Attorney Jay Rigdon asked the council if they received and approved a letter he intends to send to the public access counselor regarding a open door violation complaint.
Erin Rowland Jones, executive director of Court Appointed Special Advocates, was in attendance as Cindy Kaiser, president of the Syracuse Town Council, read a proclamation declaring April National Child Abuse Prevention Month.
Posted Mar 15, 2022 Updated: Mar 15, 2022 @ 3:10 PM
Turkey Creek fire advisory and township boards Monday, March 14, passed two appropriation requests from Fire Chief Mickey Scott. The township board also passed two resolutions to button up administrative details for the fire territory.
Cindy Kaiser, who spent 39 years in the education sector, will now be a part of town government. Kaiser was elected during a Republican town caucus Monday evening, Sept. 20, by three Syracuse town precinct committeemen and one town vice precinct committeeman. She will serve the remaining term of Tom Hoover on the Syracuse Town Council.
Cindy Kaiser, a long-time Syracuse resident, has filed to fill the District 3 position on the Syracuse Town Council recently vacated by Tom Hoover. Hoover recently resigned from the Syracuse Town Council since he moved into a new home just outside the Syracuse Town limits.
Posted Jun 13, 2018 Updated: Jun 13, 2018 @ 8:07 AM
SYRACUSE — On the same night Cindy Kaiser was honored due to her retirement as Milford School principal, Dr. Stephen Troyer was named as her replacement and given approval by the Wawasee school board during its regular monthly meeting Tuesday, June 12, in Syracuse. Troyer, chosen from among …Read More
Posted Jan 31, 2018 Updated: Jan 31, 2018 @ 8:39 AM
MILFORD — The Kosciusko County Spelling Bee kicked off at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 30, at Milford School. A total of 21 student finalists, 17 fifth- and sixth-graders and four seventh- and eighth-graders, competed for the two $2,500 Richard R. Long scholarships and the title of spelling bee champion.