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Republican Andy Bozak files for Burns Harbor Town Council

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Andy Bozak is the first Republican candidate to file for Burns Harbor Town Council for the upcoming November 3 local elections after filing paperwork on Tuesday.

Bozak, who is a current member of both the Burns Harbor Planning Commission and Park Board, is running on a platform of responsible growth in the Burns Harbor community through careful spending and financially sound investments, ensuring Burns Harbor remains a safe, prosperous town for future generations. He also promises to be a reliable advocate for the parks, infrastructure, and services provided by the Town of Burns Harbor.

Among the goals Bozak would like to accomplish on the Burns Harbor Town Council are bringing in a small grocery store and the creation of a downtown area. Additionally, he is interested in finding a way to connect Burns Harbor; which is divided by Ind. 149 and U.S. 20, making the town difficult for bike riders and pedestrians to navigate.

In addition to serving on the Planning Commission and Park Board, Bozak is also the Treasurer of State Park Little League, the manager of his children’s two Little League baseball teams, and a representative on the Shared Ethics Committee for Lake, Porter, and LaPorte Counties.

Bozak is a parishioner at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Chesterton. With his wife Roseann, they have three children: Ayden (7), Ava (6), and Abriella (2). He has been a resident of the Duneland community for 18 years.

Bozak’s campaign chairman and treasurer will be local political activist Kevin Tracy.



Posted 4/23/2015