City Boards

The State of Indiana legislature directs cities to establish executive departments that are necessary to efficiently perform administrative functions. The City of Monticello has three appointed boards and one Union Township Trustee, all who assist in conducting municipal business.

The chief administrative appointed agency is the Monticello Board of Public Works and Safety. Appointed by Mayor Ken Houston, this board approves orders or contracts for public works, pays bills and purchases equipment and supplies. The MRC/EDC oversee issues dealing with industrial development and tax increment financing districts. The Union Township Trustee's chief duty is to oversee poor relief funds and providing help to needy families.

There are three boards that function within the City of Monticello:

The Monticello Board of Public Works & Safety

Members: Mayor Ken Houston, Grace Oilar, and Andy Harmon.
When: Meet the third Monday of each month
Where: Municipal Center, Council Room
Time: 5:30PM

About Board of Works member Grace Oilar

Grace is a lifetime resident of White County. She is married to Robert(red) Oilar. They have 5 children, 16 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. Grace is retired from White County Sherriff Department as Clerical Administrator after 30 years of service. Grace served as Monticello City Councilman-at-Large for 25 years.

About Board of Works member Andy Harmon

Andy is maried to Linda and they have three daughters; Angela, Teresa, and Monica. Andy is owner and principal of the Harmon Insurance Agency, Inc.  He is a member of the White County Tax Abatement Board, and a member of the Kiwanis Club for the past 42 years. He is currently the Kiwanis treasurer. Andy is serving his first term as a member of the Board of Works.

Board of Public Works & Safety Minutes

To review current minutes, click on a title to review.  To review archived minutes, click the year (or plus sign) and select the title.

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The Monticello City Parks Board

Members: President Bruce Lyons, Vice President Rebecca Guinnup, Secretary Cindy Isom,  Bill Griffin, Chris McWhirter

The Parks Board oversees the seven city parks:

The Monticello Redevelopment Commission

Bill Cheever, President
Dr. William Misenheimer, Vice-President
Dan Oldencamp, Secretary
Mark Gamble, Treasurer
Susan Mrzlack, ADHOC Member
Mayor Ken Houston, Member
Rachel Cote, Member

The Monticello Redevelopment Commission was established after the April 1974 tornado. The MRC was the key agency in the rebuilding of our city.
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