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IACT announces Annual Award winners.

In its 28th year, the Indiana Association of Cities and Towns (IACT) Annual Awards program recognizes communities and individuals in municipal government for excellence and outstanding achievement. A 12-member panel of judges selected this year's winners from a competitive field of nominees from around the state.

This year's IACT Annual Award winners are:

Community Achievement Award

Under 10,000 City of Mitchell for The Mitchell

Memorial Park Under 30,000 City of Peru for The Peru Depot Under 60,000 Town of Fishers for the Neighborhood

Matching Grant Program Over 100,000 City of Indianapolis for the Pogues Run Multi-Purpose Project

Local Government Cooperation Award:

City of Delphi for Wabash & Erie Canal Interpretive & Conference Center

Financial Management Award

Sharon Howell, Clerk-Treasurer Town of Avon

Larry A. Conrad Civic Service Award

David Nowels, Kendallville (awarded posthumously)

Ivan H. Brinegar Municipal Management Award

Harold "Pee Wee" Lakeman

Russell G. Lloyd Distinguished Service Award

Marilyn Morrison, Clerk-Treasurer, City of Warren

Details: For more information on the 2004 IACT Annual Award winners, please contact Brandon Cockrum, Member Services Coordinator, Indiana Association of Cities and Towns at 317-237-6200 ext. 235 or via e-mail at bcockrum@citiesandtownsorg.
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Title Annotation:Indiana Association of Cities and Towns
Author:de Kervor, Dylan Nicole
Publication:Nation's Cities Weekly
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1U3IN
Date:Feb 7, 2005
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