Logan County Mayors Offer Support to Indian Lake


The Logan County Mayors Association met in a quarterly session Wednesday evening in Rushsylvania.

Several elected officials or their offices were also in attendance.

The mayors overwhelmingly expressed their support for the Indian Lake region, offering support, services, and prayers for the area.

West Liberty Mayor, Brad Hudson, reported that his village is buzzing with activity. Their splash pad is set to open in the coming weeks, their Fire Sales will go on as tradition, and planning for the annual Labor Day Festival has begun. He went on to note that as of recently, their Police Department is now fully staffed.

Dan Robinson, Quincy Mayor, says that they are working on putting together a Fire District for the Quincy/DeGraff area. He also said that many people within the village are cleaning up their properties and renovating them.

Bellefontaine Mayor, Dave Crissman, talked with the group about how the devastation at Indian Lake has made his city take a look at their safety and disaster protocols. They are working to make sure their plan is organized and well thought out.

Elaine Fagan Moore, from Lakeview, thanked the group for their support in the wake of the tragic March tornado. She gave a recap of the first few days and extended heartfelt thanks for the use of resources.

Rushsylvania Mayor, Jason Miller, says that the village is working on some animal zoning issues and he is asking his residents to be good neighbors. He went on to say that he is thankful that so many people in the village want to be involved. Updates are coming to the ballparks soon, including an improved and remodeled concession stand.

Several elected officials offered the mayor’s support and gave quick updates.

The Mayors are set to meet again later this summer.