Opioid Crisis

Opioid Crisis

This deadly drug abuse problem is a huge threat to our community. While there is no easy solution, it is crucial to take steps toward overcoming the barriers to recovery. Joe has consistently supported awareness and education programs during his administration, and he...

Our Aging Infrastructure

The above are the cover and one page of the plans from 1899 of Warsaw’s current sewage system. The most fiscally challenging issue our community faces is its aging utility infrastructure. Joe wants to focus on the expansion of our sewage treatment plant and...

Improving Quality Of Life In Our City

Warsaw is competing with warmer climates, mountainous scenery, and sandy beaches to attract a qualified, stable workforce in this community. One critical point of Joe’s plan is to highlight community assets in order to improve the quality of life in Warsaw and make it...

Keeping Services High and Tax Rates Low

Joe’s team has been diligent about keeping costs down by leveraging public funds, sharing interdepartmental resources, and utilizing consultants to project future needs and maximize the power of the public’s tax dollars. Keeping taxes low while still ensuring quality...

U.S. 30 Congestion

Traffic safety along U.S. 30 is a primary concern for people in our community. More than 25,000 cars pass through local sections of the highway every day, and truck traffic continues to increase. U.S. 30 is an economic engine for Warsaw, but its regional connectivity...

Strengthening Our Workforce

The orthopedic and surrounding industries have spurred significant growth in the Warsaw economy over past years. While the opportunities created by this growth have been beneficial for Warsaw, there is also an unprecedented demand for a skilled workforce. Attracting...